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Study Links Peanut Exposure to Allergy

A new study argues that the key to preventing peanut allergies in children may lie in early and regular exposure to the food, The Associated Press reported. Researchers tracked 640 children under age 1 who were... »

New Task Force to Combat Bed Bugs in Philly

In an effort to control its bed bug infestation problem, the city created a task force compiled of realtors, the Streets and Health Departments, landlords and others. »

Killer Virus Discovered in Kansas

Scientists have stumbled upon a never-before-seen virus that apparently killed a man in Kansas last year, NBC News reported Friday. »


Princeton Bans Students, Faculty

Following a measles case at the University, Princeton is banning some students and faculty members unless they've been vaccinated for the highly contagious virus. »


Princeton Measles Case Confirmed

A suspected case of measles at Princeton University has been confirmed. The Department of Health made the announcement Monday. It's the second confirmed case of measles in New Jersey in 2015. »


2 New Flu Deaths in Delaware

The state of Delaware reports two more people have died of the flu, bringing the season's total so far to 23 fatalities. »


New Sterilization Rules Combat "Superbug" Infections: Doctors

New procedures for cleaning a medical device used in some exams will prevent the "superbug" from spreading to anyone else after it led to two deaths and six other infections, doctors and administrators at Ronald... »

NJ Lawmakers Consider Mandating Hospital Nurse-to-Patient Ratios

New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure to regulate the minimum "nurse-to-patient" ratio at hospitals in the state. »


ER Doctor's Cold Warning

The bitter cold weather can really take its toll on people's health. NBC10's Doug Shimell talked to an emergency room doctor who says that even breathing in the frigid air can be dangerous. »

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