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Visually-Impaired Dancers Learn 'Romeo And Juliet' With Pennsylvania BalletThe Associated Services for the Blind is holding a special 5-week ballet class in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Ballet.
Drug-Resistant Salmonella From Chicken Sickens Nearly 100 In 29 States, Including Delaware, Pennsylvania, New JerseyAt least 92 people in 29 states have been infected with a strain of multidrug-resistant salmonella after coming into contact with a variety of raw chicken products, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday.
Whole Foods Salads With Chicken Recalled Due To Salmonella, Listeria RiskReady-to-eat salads with chickens are being recalled due to a corn ingredient that may have been contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria bacteria. 
Sudden Cardiac Death Study Hopes To Solve Commonly Misdiagnosed DiseaseSudden cardiac death kills more than 325,000 people a year in the U.S., many of which are young and healthy.
New Artificial Intelligence Colonoscopy Aims To Catch 20 Percent More Abnormalities Than Traditional TestingThe system uses an algorithm that analyzes 98 images per second to find polyps and even tissue that could become one.
McDonald's, Burger King Among Nearly Two Dozen Burger Chains Given 'F' Over AntibioticsThe scores were published Wednesday in a report called "Chain Reaction IV: Burger Edition."
Kerri Hanlon: Adapting To Life “It’s not just adaptive yoga. It’s adaptive life.”
Researchers Study Vaccine To Target Aggressive Form Of Breast CancerA team of researchers are studying a new anti-cancer vaccine that would help the body resist the return of an aggressive form of breast cancer.
CHOP Patients Treated To Special Wheelchair Costumes, Halloween PartyCHOP patients were treated to a surprise Halloween party and special costumes for children in wheelchairs.
Blind Boy's Vision Improving After New Gene Therapy TreatmentA four-year-old Oregon boy is seeing for the first time thanks to a new gene therapy treatment.
Americans Expected To Live Longer By 2040, Says StudyThe average life span in the U.S. was 78.7 years in 2016, but the study suggests Americans will live to be 79.8 years in 2040.
Survey: Roughly 74 Percent Of Americans Show Up To Work TiredThe report looked at workers and found most are worn out and drained, that often results in sloppy work and health problems.