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University Hospital female surgeons have added their own photo to the online collection mimicking a recent cover of The New Yorker. [Read More]
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The million-acre Pinelands can do a number on people allergic to pine pollen - and that's starting early this year. [Read More]
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Teens with autism often decide - for whatever reason - to avoid getting a driver's license, a new study shows. [Read More]
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Her daughter recently left a drug treatment program before completion, causing her mother to fear the worst. [Read More]
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The couple was charged with indiscriminately prescribing addictive pain pills, along with tax evasion after a DEA investigation. [Read More]
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The new estimate also indicates men are more likely than women to be infected wiht the sexually transmitted HPV virus. [Read More]
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Babies born downwind of a Lehigh Valley power plant had an increased risk of being underweight, say Lehigh Univ. researchers. [Read More]
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Babies born downwind of a coal-fired power plant in neighboring Pennsylvania had an increased risk of being underweight, say Lehigh researchers. [Read More]
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Thirteen lots of the pens are being recalled because they may fail to dispense the emergency medicine as intended. [Read More]
A North Carolina man who attended The Pingry School tells of an incident when the teacher now accused of molesting students had a close call... [Read More]
The report commissioned by the prestigious prep school falls short in failing to hold school officials responsible for ongoing abuse in the 1970s, alleged victims... [Read More]
An investigation into sexual abuse accusations against a former Pingry School teacher also turned up complaints against two others from that era. [Read More]
The average wait time in a New Jersey doctor's office is getting better - but only by a mere seven seconds. [Read More]
The New England Compounding Center was at the core of a 2012 outbreak of meningitis that was ultimately traced back to tainted steroid injections. [Read More]
A section of the proposed Obamacare replacement bill that attempts to reduce funding for all abortions might not fly in New Jersey if passed. That's... [Read More]
New Jersey, along with the rest of the nation, has seen fewer babies die of illness - even as the number of accidental deaths rises. [Read More]
The medication is already being used to treat a very different illness, but has shown promise for battling a form of cancer that strikes... [Read More]
The bill has "far too many unknowns," said the New Jersey Hospital Association. [Read More]
which are popular as an alternative to peanut butter - may still be on school shelves, feds warn. [Read More]
GOP lawmakers have tried to fashion a bill that retains the parts of Obamacare voters like, while pruning other parts. [Read More]
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