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Spraying for Mosquitoes in Montco

A Pennsylvania Health Department will spray for mosquitoes in parts of Cheltenham Township where testing has found mosquitoes carrying the West Nile Virus. »

Citing Hacking Risk, FDA Says Hospira Pump Shouldn't Be Used

The Food and Drug Administration said Friday it's the first time it has warned caregivers to stop using a product because of a cybersecurity risk. It comes at a time of rising concerns about breaches of products... »


Sewage in Storm Drain Closes Jersey Shore Beach

A section of the beach in Ocean City, New Jersey was closed Thursday because of some sewage that got into a storm drain. »


Popular Jersey Shore Beaches Reopen After Ocean Water Concerns

North Carolina and Pennsylvania avenue beaches in Atlantic City reopened Thursday after ocean water concerns. »

Pioneer of In Vitro Fertilization Dies

Dr. Howard Jones, who pioneered in vitro fertilization in the United States, died Friday at a Virginia hospital surrounded by family. Eastern Virginia Medical School said Jones died of respiratory failure. »


Camden Looks to Keep Swimmers Safe in the Heat

Friday marked day four of a heat wave and people are turning to pools to get relief from the sweltering heat. NBC10's Cydney Long reports Camden's pools are taking extra precautions to keep swimmers safe. »

Bucks County Researchers On Hunt for Hepatitis B Cure

A Canadian drug company with research facilities in Bucks County expects to begin human testing of four potential hepatitis B treatments during the first half of next year. »


Years After Sandy It Still Takes Toll on Mental Health

A new study says the lingering effects of Superstorm Sandy are taking a toll on the mental health of New Jersey residents impacted by the storm. »

New Whole Foods Coming to Chester County

A new Whole Foods Market is coming to Exton, Pennsylvania. »

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