Latest News and Information To Keep Your Family Healthy

Seton Hall, Hospital Plan to Build Medical School

Seton Hall University and the parent company of Hackensack University Medical Center are planning to build a private medical school that could open in 2017. »

Horse Group May Reject Clones: Appeals Court

The United States' pre-eminent quarter horse organization may refuse to register cloned animals, an appeals court ruled Wednesday in a case brought by two Texas ranchers. »


Cleanup for School with Sick Students

A third of the students at Nazareth Academy Graduate School have come down with flu-like symptoms prompting the school to close so specialists can disinfect. »


Help the Red Cross, Donate Blood

January is National Blood Donor Month and NBC10 sat down with Guy Triano, the Donor Recruitment Director from the local chapter of the Red Cross for information on how you can help. »


Flu Deaths Double in Delaware

Two more people recently died from the flu to bring the death total in Delaware to 13 people so far this flu season. »


RSV Virus Spreading in Children, Older Adults

The flu isn't the only virus making people sick in our area right now. Several hospitals tell us they are seeing an uptick in RSV, a virus hitting children and older adults. »

FDA Approves Pacemaker for Controlling Appetite

Federal regulators have approved an appetite-suppressing implant designed to treat obesity by zapping nerves that connect the stomach and the brain. The Maestro Rechargeable System uses electrodes implanted... »


Annual Safety Fair for Patients at Local Medical Center

Kids in Camden got a visit from a superhero to help them stay healthy at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center during its annual safety fair. »

Jersey City Launching New Emergency Response Technology

Jersey City officials are launching a community response system that will use technology to provide immediate help for people suffering medical emergencies. »

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