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Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story

Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story
Published: 04/26/17

Panel eyes role of exercise in preventing cancer

A state panel charged with helping find ways to reduce cancer rates in Delaware is looking at the role physical activity plays in preventing the disease
Published: 04/25/17
How your selfie could affect your life insurance

How your selfie could affect your life insurance

A company has developed facial analytics technology to help estimate life expectancy by analyzing your face from a photo you upload online. That could help insurers reduce your wait for life insurance coverage and boost their sales
Published: 04/20/17

Norfolk public schools losing students, funding

Norfolk's public schools are projected to get about $13 million less in state funding compared to a decade ago
Published: 04/17/17

California child vaccination rate climbs following new law

California's school vaccination rate rose in the first year that the state required almost all public schoolchildren to get immunizations
Updated one month ago

Editorials from around Pennsylvania

Editorials from around Pennsylvania
Updated one month ago
Executions in China said to outpace world despite decline

Executions in China said to outpace world despite decline

China's use of the death penalty remains shrouded in secrecy and outpaces the rest of the world combined, activists say, even after the nation's execution rate fell sharply in recent years
Updated one month ago
New Mexico to require officers to carry overdose antidote

New Mexico to require officers to carry overdose antidote

New Mexico has become the first state to require all local and state law enforcement agencies to provide officers with antidote kits as the state works to curb deaths from opioid and heroin overdoses
Updated one month ago
More births expected for Muslims than Christians worldwide

More births expected for Muslims than Christians worldwide

Christianity remains the world's largest religion, but a Muslim baby boom will narrow the gap between the two major faiths
Updated one month ago
Largely white opioid epidemic highlights black frustration

Largely white opioid epidemic highlights black frustration

Of all deaths in 2015 from opioid and heroin overdoses in Tennessee and nationwide, about 90 percent of the people were white
Updated one month ago