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CA's 1st Surgeon General: Screen Every Student for Trauma

CA's 1st Surgeon General: Screen Every Student for Trauma

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has an ambitious dream: screen every student for childhood trauma before entering school. "A school nurse would also get a note from a physician that says: 'Here is the care plan... »

NY Is 1st State to Require Tampon Ingredients Be Disclosed

NY Is 1st State to Require Tampon Ingredients Be Disclosed

New York will become the first state to require the disclosure of ingredients in tampons and other menstrual products. The law was signed Friday by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who said menstrual products... »

Judge Will Halt Lawsuits Against Purdue Pharma, Its Owners

Judge Will Halt Lawsuits Against Purdue Pharma, Its Owners

A judge is pushing for a settlement of more than 2,600 lawsuits facing OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma with a decision Friday to pause litigation against the company and members of the wealthy Sackler family that... »

NJ Vaping Victim Urges Others to Stop
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NJ Vaping Victim Urges Others to Stop

A New Jersey woman who spent weeks in the hospital with acute respiratory failure is doing what she can to get others to stop vaping. NBC New York’s Pat Battle reports. »

Conversation Is 'On the Table' in Philly
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Conversation Is 'On the Table' in Philly

Philadelphians are being encouraged to host breakfast, lunch or dinner to discuss the priorities in your community with those around you. the hope of On the Table Philly is to create a better community. »

California to Be First State to Require Abortion Meds at Public Colleges

California to Be First State to Require Abortion Meds at Public Colleges

California will be the first state to require abortion medication on college campuses under a law signed Friday by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. The law takes effect in 2023 and only applies to the 34 campuses... »

Airport Passengers May Have Been Exposed to Measles Oct 2, 3

Airport Passengers May Have Been Exposed to Measles Oct 2, 3

Anyone who visited certain terminals at the Philadelphia International Airport on Oct. 2 and 3 may have been exposed to measles, state health officials warned Friday. »

Fired EPA Experts Release Independent Air Pollution Report

Fired EPA Experts Release Independent Air Pollution Report

Nearly one year ago, the Trump administration fired a panel of scientific experts who assisted the Environmental Protection Agency in its review of air quality standards for particulate matter, NBC News... »

NJ Nurses Gave Out Benadryl to 'Lighten the Workload': Suit

NJ Nurses Gave Out Benadryl to 'Lighten the Workload': Suit

Nurses working at Monmounth Medical Center gave Benadryl to patients to "lighten the workload," a lawsuit alleges. The plaintiff, Patricia Moran, is a nurse with 31 years of experience at the New Jersey... »

Christiana Care Kicks Off Flu Shot Campaign
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Christiana Care Kicks Off Flu Shot Campaign

With flu season expected to be severe this year, Christiana Care gave flu shots to thousands of employees as they kicked off an important campaign. NBC10's Erin Coleman has the story. »

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