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Clinic Didn't Help Joan Rivers Fast Enough: Probe

The Manhattan clinic where Joan Rivers went into hypoxic arrest during a medical procedure over the summer violated a number of federal Medicare regulations, including failing to intervene quickly enough when... »

NYC Doctor Free of Ebola, Will Leave Hospital

Dr. Craig Spencer, the physician being treated for Ebola at Bellevue Hospital, is now free of the virus and will be released from the hospital on Tuesday, sources told NBC 4 New York. Spencer's expected release... »

Del. Mental-Health Division in Good Shape

Delaware health officials say the state's mental-health division is in good shape despite the surprise resignation of the division's director last month. »

Rare Disease Leaves Teen Unable to Eat

For the last two years, Sara Gebert hasn't been able to eat. That's because the 19-year-old from Hunderton, New Jersey, has a rare and incurable medical condition called Chronic Intestinal Psuedo Obstruction... »

Philly Not a Great Place for Veterans: Study

Philadelphia isn't the best place for those who served our country, according to a new study. »


Classroom Turns Break Time Into 'Bounce Time'

A third grade classroom in Texas replaced their desk chairs with bouncing balls and the teacher who made the change says the out-of-the-box approach is helping his students learn. »

Settlement Over Faulty Implants Tops $1 Billion

Medical device manufacturer Howmedica Osteonics Corp. of Mahwah, New Jersey, has agreed to pay more than $1 billion to thousands of patients who received faulty hip implants. »


Delco Teen Bullied Over Shaved Head

A Ridley Township girl was bullied by classmates when she shaved her head in honor of her grandmother who was recently diagnosed with cancer. »

What Caused Schuylkill River Sheen?

The United States Coast Guard claimed the sheen was caused by runoff from a water main break along 28th Street in Grays Ferry. »

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