Thousands of gamers wearing the Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality headset got more than they bargained for—an itchy facial rash.
An Arizona man had the plague and didn’t know it for a month—despite multiple visits to the hospital.
Spinal success: A new study shows the potential of a patient’s own stem cells in improving symptoms of some spinal cord injuries.
Rude awakening: a new study shows that rudeness can lead to medical mistakes in the emergency room.
PennDOT started keeping records on Pennsylvania road accidents in 1935 and last year’s figures almost set a record.
Feel the burn: sunscreen that is supposed to protect you from cancer may actually cause it.
Pregnant women who have migraines are at greater risk for complications, according to a new study.
When a surgical team amputated the wrong leg on a man in Austria, it prompted an in-depth look at surgical errors.
A tragic accident has left one Philadelphia construction worker dead and another injured, after a drilling rig fell onto a site.
Sometimes victims of crime are also the victims of inadequate security…meaning a property owner could be held responsible.
Kids have been known to sneak onto a property for swim in a pool or a jump on a trampoline. If they get hurt – even if trespassing – the property owner is responsible.
HSN is ironing out a fix for clothing steamers that pose a serious burn risk to customers.
Robotic technology has improved safety at two recent commercial construction projects.
“Nuclear” trucking accident verdicts –those totaling $10 million or more - are on the rise.
Several people were injured today when a car crashed into the outdoor area of a restaurant today in Philadelphia.