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Some High School Football Teams Using Inadequate Helmets

University research suggests certain helmets that high schoolers in the Philadelphia region are wearing put children at a higher risk for a concussion. For more than a month, the NBC10 Investigators have... »

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NJ School Nurses Might Now Treat Allergic Reactions

A state Senate committee on Thursday advanced a bill that seeks to address the growing number of school-age children with food allergies. »

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STD Screenings Inside Philadelphia Public Schools

Every year Cherie Walker Baban and the Philadelphia Department of Health take sample cups and condoms into Philadelphia classrooms to test for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. NBC10's Mitch Blacher went inside the... »

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The Sweet Side of Growing Beets

One nice thing about growing beets: You can eat them fresh for much of the year. »

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Delaware Kitten Tests Positive for Rabies

State health officials warned residents in a Delaware community to be aware of a group of potentially rabid cats in their neighborhood. »

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NJ Lawmakers Approve Assisted-Suicide Bill

The New Jersey Assembly passed a bill Thursday that would allow physicians to prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill patients, an issue that dives deeply into philosophical issues and could become a test... »

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Why Your Health Insurance May Cost More, Cover Less

Many workers will soon find that their health insurance costs more and covers less next year, and that employers have taken a sharper interest in their well-being. Here's the reason behind that trend and the... »

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"Today I Am Healthy": Ebola-Free NYC Doc Leaves Hospital

Doctor Craig Spencer, the first and only person to be diagnosed with Ebola in New York City, was released from Bellevue Hospital Center Tuesday as the mayor declared both him and the city free of the potentially... »

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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... »

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