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Buzz Off to Help Kids With Cancer

One Mission founder Ashley Haseotes talks about what the little things mean to the family of a child battling cancer and how the Buzz Off for Kids With Cancer at Lincoln Financial Field can help those families... »

Group Hopes Video Helps Cage-Free Egg Push

An animal welfare group said it hopes undercover video filmed inside a farm showing how poorly hens are treated will get more U.S. food sellers behind cage-free eggs. »


Conjoined Twins Surgically Separated in Texas

Surgery at a South Texas hospital has separated two 10-month-old sisters born conjoined below the waist. Driscoll Children's Hospital spokesman Jeff Salzgeber says the hourslong operation began Tuesday... »


Bill That Would Limit Pa. Abortions Left in Limbo

A legislative proposal to place new limits on abortion in the state was left in limbo Monday after Republican House leaders pulled it from a final vote amid a veto warning from the Democratic governor. »


Philly Schools Get Closer to Carrying Overdose Antidote

The application process has begun for allowing the heroin antidote Narcan in Pennsylvania schools and it is supported by Gov.Tom Wolf. »

Napster Co-Founder Gives $250M to Cancer Research

A project to speed development of cancer-fighting drugs that harness the immune system has academic and drug industry researchers collaborating and sharing their findings like never before. The newly created... »


NBC10 @ Issue: What Is HIPAA?

HIPAA is meant to protect patients' rights. Citizen's Council for Health Freedom president Twila Brase talks about why her group is urging people not to sign HIPAA forms. »


Zika Concerns Spreading Across US

Zika-carrying mosquitoes have been reported in 30 states including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. »

Study: More Women Enroll in Del. Medicaid Than Men

Recent data shows that women outnumber men 2 to 1 in new Delaware Medicaid enrollees. »