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Pick the Right Backpack for Your Kid

Dr. John Spallino from the Laser Spine Institute shows parents what to look for when picking a backpack for their kid. »


Back to School Health Tips

Renee Chenault-Fattah interviews nurse practitioner Cheryl Fattibene about health tips before your kids head back to school. »

Whole Foods Lied About Sugar in Yogurt: Lawsuit

Whole Foods Market may be forced to pay $3.5 million if accusations that it falsely advertised the sugar content on its store brand yogurt prove to be true. »

Eating More Salt Is Okay, New Study Finds

A new study suggests that it's safe for healthy people to eat about twice as much salt as currently recommended, despite federal guidelines that warn otherwise, NBC News reported. »

Slum Residents Loot Ebola Clinic in Liberia

Residents of a large slum looted an Ebola quarantine center in Liberia's capital on Saturday, raising fears that stolen items, which are likely infected with the virus, will spread Ebola throughout the city,... »

Liberia Overwhelmed by Ebola, Opens 2nd Center in Capital

Liberian authorities opened a second Ebola treatment center in the country's capital after the first became overwhelmed by patients, Assistant Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah said. »

Christie's Goals for Cleaner Beaches

Gov. Chris Christie will take a walk along the Asbury Park boardwalk. »

MRSA Breaks Out Among Firefighter Trainees in New York

A handful of probationary firefighters training on New York's Randall's Island have contracted the antibiotic-resistant bacteria, officials confirm. A type of staph infection, MRSA can spread quickly in... »

Penn's Massive Hospital Tower Moving Closer to Reality

The University of Pennsylvania Health System is moving forward with the construction of a new hospital tower that would cost, according to sources, an estimated $1.5 billion and be built in phases over... »

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