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Too Much Folic Acid Linked to Higher Risk of Autism: Study

For decades, pregnant women and women who may become pregnant have been advised to take folic acid to help prevent certain birth defects. But a new study suggests it may be possible to get too much of a... »

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3-D Printing Helps Those Needing Hair Prosthetics

Louise Damiano Gavigno has a disorder which causes her to pull her hair out, but thanks to 3-D technology hair loss is not an issue anymore for her and thousands of others with trichotillomania and other... »

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New Jersey Using Fish to Fight Mosquitoes

Concerns over the spread of the Zika virus has municipalities all over the country taking extra precautions to control the mosquito population. And in Gloucester County, New Jersey, officials are hoping to stop... »

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Cancer Who? Giving Support to Those Battling Cancer

Team Overtime founder and president Al Harris talks about how cancer has impacted his family and inspired him to provide support though the Cancer Who? group. Click here to take part in Cancer Who? Weekend. »

Chimp Attack Victim: Face Transplant a 'Success' Despite Setback

The Connecticut woman who underwent a face transplant five years ago after being disfigured by a chimpanzee attack in February 2009 said she's come a long way in her recovery and hopes to one day ride horses... »

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County Battles Mosquitoes With Thousands of Zika-Fighting Fish

More than 10,000 fish are set to be released into New Jersey retention basins this week as a way to combat disease carrying mosquitoes. »

Congress to Vote on Athlete Opioid Bill Named for Montco Man

The John Thomas Decker Act, named for a Montgomery County native who became addicted to prescription painkillers after a sports injury, will be up for a vote before the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday. »

Bullying Is a Public Health Problem: Report

Bullying is a "serious public health problem," and should no longer be dismissed as merely a matter of kids being kids, a leading panel of experts warned Tuesday. "Its prevalence perpetuates its normalization. »

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Bucks Co. Restores Temporary Homes for Monarch Butterflies

A 10,000 grant is being used to make the journey of the Monarch butterfly a little easier. »