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Time Magazine’s cover shocker has just about everyone talking.
Two people were hospitalized after being struck by an out-of-control car on a Camden County street early Monday morning.
Authorities in Camden are investigating a shooting that happened early Friday afternoon.
There’s a new bill that will be introduced in Trenton that would require health care providers to conduct a more thorough cardiac screening for student athletes and medical professionals are counting on parents to help too.
When a child develops a fever, it’s only natural for their parent or caregiver to become concerned, but when should you really worry?
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and two experienced Cooper University Hospital physicians coached other Cooper healthcare professionals on how to spot child abuse as well as domestic violence.
The driver of a school bus in Cumberland County was flown to an area hospital after a multi-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon.
There is a new warning for people in the Delaware Valley. It’s expected to be a really bad year for Lyme disease. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on how to protect yourself.
A driver was taken to the hospital after the car they were driving overturned in Camden County early Monday morning.
Four people have been arrested in connection to the brutal beating and stabbing of a cab driver in Burlington County early Monday morning.
A police officer was injured Saturday morning after his vehicle collided with an SUV in Camden County.
A 31-year-old man is in critical condition at an area hospital after being shot multiple times while sitting in a vehicle in Camden on Saturday.
Authorities are investigating the cause of a two-alarm fire in Camden that sent three people to the hospital Friday morning.
A motorcyclist is recovering at an area hospital after an accident along Interstate 295 Friday morning.
There are mounting questions following two deaths at the Philadelphia Marathon Sunday. They’re suspected to be cardiac related. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is On Your Side with more.