Can weather be a worker safety issue? Some in the construction industry think so.
The popular “Boppy” baby pillow is being recalled due to risk of suffocation.
Calling their company hotline before calling 911, and other things truckers may do after an accident to protect themselves from lawsuits.
Road rage is on the rise, and Pennsylvania is one of the states most affected.
The CPAP machine that’s supposed to help you breathe could secretly be causing you injury.
Just plane pandemonium: the Federal Aviation Administration has seen an unprecedented rise in unruly passengers.
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.