COVID-19 is exacerbating the opioid epidemic. Arrest is not the answer. Prosecution is not the answer. We need to do better.
Inmates sue Allegheny County Jail, alleging inadequate mental health care and ‘dehumanizing’ conditions
The lawsuit contends that jail staff have used tasers, pepper spray, and restraint chains for inmates requesting mental health care.
A physician testifying before a House panel Monday as part of a “fact-finding mission” on gender-affirming care was disqualified by a judge earlier this year as an expert on trans health care.
Even indirect exposure to the terrorist attacks of September 11 has left profound and deep impact on those too young to remember a world before that.
As of Sept. 8, Temple had 283 active cases among students and employees, according to the student newspaper, The Temple News.
I'm a cancer-parent. My child is a cancer-survivor. I want more stories like mine to be the norm, and so should you.
Steroids have not been shown to benefit asymptomatic patients with COVID-19 or patients with mild disease without pulmonary problems based on the data we’ve seen so far.
Philadelphia's gay residents, like the rest of us, are learning to maintain a socially distanced social life.
An official says Pa's goal is to expand choice for disabled individuals. And they're working hard all the time to make it happen.
The new guidelines will allow what the state calls “compassionate caregivers” – oftentimes friends or family members – to visit nursing home residents if the caregiver has tested negative for COVID-19 in the last seven days, state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said.