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Governor Cuomo Targets Youth Smoking

02.20.14 | Sarah Harnisch

New York governor Andrew Cuomo is targeting teen smoking. On Wednesday, Cuomo announced a 9 million dollar grant to be dolled out to 25 groups across the state to help curb youth smoking. Organizations that want the cash have until next Tuesday to ...

Reproductive Education Changes With Public Sentiment

05.24.12 | Jeremy Miller

          An abstinence-based sex-education curriculum has been approved by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  Baptist Press says Heritage Keepers was found to be effective in ...

New Study: Violence Affects DNA In Children

04.24.12 | Jeremy Miller

A new study suggests that violence has a damaging effect on the DNA of children.  Researchers say it can cause changes that are similar to seven-to-ten years of premature aging.  Scientists measured cellular aging by looking at the ends ...

How To Handle Healthcare Reform Act?

03.30.12 | Jeremy Miller

The fate of the healthcare law will likely be decided today by the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court.  The nine justices will meet to share their opinions on the case after three days of oral arguments on the matter.  Each will be ...

Wegman's Issues Massive Recall

02.03.12 | Jeremy Miller

Hard-Cooked Egg Products Found To Be Contaminated

Environmental Accident In Pennsylvania

02.03.12 | Jeremy Miller

Sewage Leaked Into Susquehanna River Tributary

Caffeine Inhaler Coming To New York

12.22.11 |

New Product Has One Senator Concerned

Study On Premature Births Released

12.22.11 | Jeremy Miller

Girl Preemies Have Better Survival Rate

Drug Company Seeking Plan B Approval

12.12.11 | Jeremy Miller

Company Invited To Re-Apply For Approval To Market "Morning After Pill"

Are We Over-medicating Our Kids?

11.08.11 | Jeremy Miller

Study: Antibiotics Prescribed Too Frequently