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Lace Up Your Running Shoes for Cancer Research
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Lace Up Your Running Shoes for Cancer Research

It's time for the annual Rock N Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon and you can help the American Association for Cancer Research's team. »

Clinton to Release Additional Medical Details
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Clinton to Release Additional Medical Details

Hillary Clinton's campaign said Monday it will be releasing additional medical information about the Democratic presidential nominee in the next few days after her abrupt departure from a 9/11 anniversary... »

Is New Jersey Prepared for Zika?

Is New Jersey Prepared for Zika?

The trucks drive through New Jersey towns at night, fogging neighborhoods with pesticide to kill a minuscule, and potentially deadly, insect. »

Vaccination Critic Faces Possible Medical Board Discipline

Vaccination Critic Faces Possible Medical Board Discipline

An Orange County pediatrician and outspoken critic of mandatory vaccinations faces possible discipline by California's medical board. »

Study Details Sugar Industry Attempt to Shape Science

Study Details Sugar Industry Attempt to Shape Science

The sugar industry began funding research that cast doubt on sugar's role in heart disease — in part by pointing the finger at fat — as early as the 1960s, according to an analysis of newly uncovered... »

Philly & Thomas Jefferson Universities Set to Merge

Philly & Thomas Jefferson Universities Set to Merge

Two Philadelphia universities — one specializing in health care and the other in design — have agreed to merge. »

Builder Named for $350M South Jersey Hospital Project

Builder Named for $350M South Jersey Hospital Project

Inspira Health Network has hired Skanska USA to build its new $350 million Gloucester County hospital. »

Checking Out: Drug Users Take Advantage of Public Libraries

Checking Out: Drug Users Take Advantage of Public Libraries

The same qualities that make libraries ideal for studying and reading — unfettered public access, quiet corners and nooks, minimal interaction with other people — also make them appealing places to shoot... »

Study: Don't Trust That Five Second Rule

Study: Don't Trust That Five Second Rule

It might be time to reconsider the five-second rule when thinking about eating food that has fallen on the floor. »