'You Have More Fun': Growing Number Of People Taking Part In Sober RevolutionIt's a trend that sprouted from "dry January" when people stop drinking for a month after the holiday season.
CDC: Deadly, Multistate Outbreak Of Listeria Infections Linked To Packaged Hard-Boiled EggsThe peeled eggs were packaged in plastic pails by Almark Foods in Gainesville, Georgia, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Franklin Learning Center In Spring Garden Temporarily Shutting Down Due To Asbestos ConcernsThis is at least the fourth Philadelphia school building to shut down this year because of asbestos.
'Parents Call The Shots': Hundreds Gather For Hearing On Repealing Religious Exemption To Childhood Vaccinations In New JerseyIt's a controversial issue and everyone wants their voice to be heard as advocates for and against the bill showed up in force.
Rowan University Community, Health Care Workers Come Together To Address Mental Health CrisisAt least three confirmed suicides and several more student deaths have taken place this semester alone, according to the university.
Pennsylvania Health Officials Warn Of Widespread Flu Activity, Including 5 DeathsSo far this flu season, five Pennsylvania residents have died and there are more than 2,600 confirmed cases of the flu.
Rowan University Students Demand Better Mental Health Services On Campus After Recent Deaths Of Three ClassmatesAfter the recent deaths of three classmates, Rowan students say there are not enough counselors on campus.
CDC: Winter Flu Season Off To Earliest Start In More Than 15 YearsNew numbers released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show the flu is spreading fast.
Cancer Screen Week: Too Many Americans Skipping Out On Life-Saving ScreeningsUnfortunately, many people don't get screened -- a big part of why more than 600,000 people are expected to die from cancer this year.
Study Finds Spike In Cellphone-Linked Face InjuriesAdd facial cuts, bruises and fractures to the risks from cellphones and carelessly using them.
Scientists Want To Test Once-A-Month Birth Control On Humans Following Successful Testing On PigsScientists say they have made a breakthrough on developing a contraceptive pill that only needs to be taken once a month.
Sicknesses Caused By E. Coli Outbreak Connected To Romaine Lettuce Growing In Pennsylvania, New JerseyIf you don't know where your lettuce came from, you should throw it out.
'There's Something In The Water': Baby Business Booming Among Nurses At Einstein Medical Center MontgomeryThere have been 15 nurses who work in labor and delivery at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery who've recently given birth.
New Jersey Hospital Researchers Believe Some Women With Breast Cancer Can Skip SurgeryResearchers think some women can have just chemo and radiation and skip surgery.
EXCLUSIVE: EPA To Do Additional Environmental Testing After Flood Of Health Concerns Raised By Norwood ResidentsThere are lingering community health concerns in one Delaware County town.