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Singer Sara Bareilles Praises Elementary School Raising Money To Battle CancerNearly every student at Amosland Elementary School helped make a video dubbed over the Sara Bareilles song "Brave."
Crawling Newest Fitness Fad At Gyms Across CountryOne the newest fitness fads may look better suited for a toddler than an adult.
Jury Hands Down $20 Million Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson Over Woman's Vaginal Mesh Implant InjuriesPeggy Engleman had the device implanted in her in 2007 in an effort to relieve stress urinary incontinence.
Christie: 'We Are Acting As If' Drug Addiction Is Not A DiseaseChristie told more than 1,000 attendees at the meeting sponsored by the New Jersey Prevention Network that part of the opioid problem stems from an inaccurate perception.
People With Autism Often Struggle With Other Health ConditionsA new report has been released on how and why people with autism often struggle with other health conditions.
New Survey Finds 65 Percent Of Us Are Losing Sleep For The Same ReasonAre you staring at the ceiling night after night worrying about money? A new survey says you have a lot of company these days.
Smartphone Technology Puts A Heart Monitor At Your FingertipsA handful of apps and devices are highly sophisticated and even approved by the FDA for medical use. Now smartphone technology puts a heart monitor right at a patients fingertips.
Hope For Preemies As Researchers At CHOP Create Artificial WombResearchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies — and remarkable animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind watery incubation so closely mimics mom that it just might work.
This Exercise Could Give You More Energy Than Coffee, Study ShowsA new study shows a ten minute, regular-paced trip up and down the stairs provides more of a boost than half a cup of coffee or a whole can of soda.
Organ Donation Takes Spotlight At Ceremony At Temple HospitalThe month of April is National Donate Life Month -- and on Monday there was a special event to honor that at Temple University Hospital.
New Technology Helping Surgeons Personalize Hip ReplacementsNew technology is helping surgeons personalize hip replacement surgery for the first time.
First Malaria Vaccine To Be Widely Tested In Africa Next YearThe World Health Organization announced Monday that it has the go-ahead to try the first malaria vaccine in the field in real-world settings next year.

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