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More Second-Trimester Abortions Occurred Under Texas Law

More Second-Trimester Abortions Occurred Under Texas Law

A preliminary review of statistics released by the Department of State Health Services in Texas shows a 27 percent increase in abortions after 12 weeks, NBC News reported. The numbers appear to oppose the 2013... »

NIH Funds Study of Zika Infections in US Olympic Athletes

NIH Funds Study of Zika Infections in US Olympic Athletes

Researchers will study some U.S. athletes for Zika during the summer Olympics and Paralympics in Brazil, to better understand how the virus infects. The National Institutes of Health announced the study... »

Hold the Burgers: Meatless July 4 Grilling Ideas

Hold the Burgers: Meatless July 4 Grilling Ideas

The Fourth of July barbecue doesn't always have to be about hot dogs and burgers. The holiday is a great excuse to fire up the grill and throw on some tasty veggies that will make you forget about the standard... »

Obama Says He Expects Congress to Move on Zika Virus

Obama Says He Expects Congress to Move on Zika Virus

About $25 million was dispensed by federal health officials Friday to help states at risk from Zika defend against its spread — cash taken from other programs because Congress has not approved fresh funding... »

Red Cross in Urgent Need of Blood Donations
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Red Cross in Urgent Need of Blood Donations

Guy Triano, donor recruitment director for the American Red Cross, stopped by NBC10 to discuss the need for blood and platelet donations. »

FDA Approves 1st Dissolving Stent for US Patients
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FDA Approves 1st Dissolving Stent for US Patients

A slowly dissolving medical implant for treating clogged arteries has won approval from the Food and Drug Administration. The agency approved the Absorb stent Tuesday for patients with coronary artery disease... »

Boy, 11, Can See for First Time in Years
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Boy, 11, Can See for First Time in Years

Eleven-year-old Matthew Blake, of Plainville, Connecticut, has endured partial blindness for half his young life, but the miracle his family hoped for happened this weekend, a few days after he went through... »

Health Officials Widen Flour Recall After 4 More People Get Sick

Health Officials Widen Flour Recall After 4 More People Get Sick

Federal health officials on Friday widened an already big recall of flour after four more people got sick from food poisoning linked to the flour, NBC News reports. No one has died or developed the most... »

Zika Concerns in Delaware
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Zika Concerns in Delaware

There are two new Zika cases in Delaware. Two men tested positive after traveling recently. The news comes as the state prepares to intensify its fight against mosquitoes that transmit the virus. »