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Will Allergy Sufferers Have to Pay More for Medication?

Millions of allergy sufferers could soon be paying much more to get the shots they need if a government group convinces congress to sign with them. NBC10's Denise Nakano explains. »

New Heart Program Leader for Main Line Health

Main Line Health named Dr. William Gray as its new chief of its cardiovascular disease division. He was also appointed as the first president of the Lankenau Heart Institute. »


Prozac Tested on Unborn Babies With Down Syndrome

A University of Texas Southwestern study will see if giving unborn babies with Down syndrome Prozac in the womb will help improve brain functioning. Dr. Carol Tamminga, who is leading the study at UTSW,... »


Therapy Dogs to Comfort Airport Passengers

A local airport is bringing in four-legged volunteers to help make traveling a little less stressful. »

Non-Opioid Pain Drug Taken Into Testing

Recro Pharma Inc. Initiated its second phase-III clinical study in as many weeks for its lead new pain drug candidate. »

Philly Gets New Health Commissioner

Thomas Farley, the former New York City health commissioner who targeted smoking and sodium during his tenure there, has been appointed Philadelphia's new health commissioner. »


Zika Outbreak Leads to Concerns in the U.S.

After a Zika outbreak many people are concerned about traveling and the effects this virus can have. NBC10’s Cydney Long reports after she took some of the concerns and fears many people are having to top... »

Britain Approves Controversial Gene-Editing Technique

Britain's fertility regulator has approved a scientist's application to edit the human genetic code using a new technique that some fear crosses too many ethical boundaries. In a statement Monday, the Human... »


First Case of Zika Virus Confirmed in Massachusetts

State officials have confirmed the first Massachusetts Zika virus case. »