“Today we feel like one big army devoted to one fight. Today it feels like maybe, just maybe, we can keep up.”
A physician from San Francisco, Rosny Daniel, attended a conference for ER doctors in New York City. Two days later, he tested positive for the coronavirus, suggesting that dozens of frontline health care workers could have been exposed.
Urgent care and ERs were seeing patients with injuries from Bird and Lime scooters, but no one knew just how common it was — until now.
Instant noodles and microwavable soups may be delicious, but new research shows that they also cause serious burns in thousands of children every year.
Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis conducted studies using psychoactive drugs on “agitated” patients without their consent.
Marquez, who also appeared in Melrose Place and Stand and Deliver, died of gunshot wounds after she pointed what was thought to be a handgun at officers, police said.
Police will not be filing any criminal charges against the students who made disturbing racist threats in a leaked group chat, according to Haywood County Schools' superintendent.
Eight more men joined ER actor Anthony Edwards to allege that Broadway producer Gary Goddard sexually assaulted them when they were adolescents.