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Typically, doctors see no cases of respiratory syncytial virus, common in children, at this time of year. But cases are rising in the U.S. now.
1 month agoListen 1:40
Last year, Rickia Young was driving past protests against police violence, when police assaulted and detained her. The city settled for $2 million.
1 month ago
The Biden administration proposed rules requiring nursing homes taking Medicare and Medicaid to vaccinate workers. Medicaid is the primary payer for care.
2 months agoListen 1:26
Employers typically resisted alternatives for workers with disabilities. But the pandemic turned the idea from special accommodation into everyday practice.
2 months agoListen 11:29
Researchers who worked with the city to organize it say the sweepstakes incentive program in June did not make a significant difference.
2 months agoListen 1:33
The Bucks County Health Department said it was changing course because local hospitals said any pediatric COVID-19 cases could stress the system.
2 months ago
SEPTA and the union that represents thousands of transit workers has begun negotiating a new contract. The union is asking for hazard pay and higher wages.
2 months ago
Known for his criminal justice work in the community, Wayne Jacobs is asking for help.
3 months ago
NASA's rovers are labs on wheels, doing work on Mars, while being directed by scientists and engineers here on earth. How do they repair rovers from millions of miles away?
4 months agoListen 8:30
There will be three drawings in June and July, with the first one on June 21. There is a total of $400,000 in giveaways, including cash prizes.
5 months ago
Births are a high-risk, low-return part of the health business. The city’s hospitals rallied together a decade ago. Is a new challenge ahead?
5 months agoListen 20:58