Burnout from the pandemic has caused a critical shortage of healthcare workers in the U.S. as hospital emergency departments are dealing with record numbers of patients.
Philadelphia is gripped by crime, and in the latest horrific incident, a young Filipino attorney was murdered over the weekend.
A recent study had researchers seeking to determine what impact COVID-19 has on pregnancy.
Highway signs meant to increase awareness of deadly crashes could be distracting drivers to the point where there are actually more crashes.
A new article claims that over one million people are harmed each year due to medical errors at U.S. hospitals.
A New Jersey-based company has recalled a hoverboard that continues to move even when the rider is not actively controlling it.
Two managers at a Bucks County nursing home were charged for failing to report three separate instances of sexual abuse committed by a resident against other residents.
After a Philadelphia bouncer is charged with murder, a closer look is taken at brute force from nightclub security officers.
The spring season brings construction work to Pennsylvania roadways...and almost constant danger for workers.
The majority of long-haul trucks may soon be self-driving, with 18-wheelers in development and smaller self-driving trucks already on U.S. roadways.
A new study took a deeper look at the severity of the psychological morbidity of adults with traumatic spinal cord injuries.
A Tennessee nurse was convicted of gross neglect of an impaired adult and negligent homicide for administering a fatal dose of medication to a patient.
A new study revealed that vaginal birth after a Caesarean section face increased risks of injury.
Reports from both the U.S. Department of Transportation and PennDOT show an alarming trend.
A recent report detailed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted availability and wait times for emergency services.