Ongoing COVID-19 coverage is presented in part by Transforming Health — a project examining the future of health in America and in Central Pennsylvania. Transforming Health is an educational partnership of WITF, WellSpan Health and Capital BlueCross.
Pennsylvania is seeing an upswing in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, likely due to several factors
By Anne Danahy
Titled The Instructor and written by George Fisher, which Farrell said was a pseudonym, the textbook was a catch-all manual that included plenty of useful information for the average person.
By Emily Feng and Manuela Lopez Restrepo/NPR
Privacy experts fear that pregnancies could be surveilled and the data shared with police or sold to vigilantes.
By Maryclaire Dale/ The Associated Press
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Shortages of nurses, doctors and other qualified workers was a challenge before the coronavirus strained hospitals, however, the virus accelerated the need for action, as burned-out nurses fled intensive care units flooded with COVID-19 patients.
The return of masking in schools is not nearly as widespread as earlier in the pandemic, particularly as the public’s worries over the virus have ebbed.
By Steve LeBlanc and Mike Catalini/The Associated Press
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Overturning Roe v. Wade could have implications for more than access to abortion; it could open the door to restrictions on other types of reproductive health care.
By Sarah McCammon/ NPR
Pennsylvania crisis intervention centers are facing a staffing shortage at a time when demand is expected to increase.
In many parts of the U.S., case numbers are going up, and much of that increase is being driven by subvariants of the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
By Adrian Florido, Courtney Dorning and Elena Burnett/ NPR
Thirty states and Washington, D.C. have either implemented or are in the process of implementing sexual assault kit tracking systems.
A Yardley couple is suing Bucks County and 10 county jail employees over what they allege were civil rights violations against their daughter, 29-year-old Kim Stringer.
The long dispute between the city of Philadelphia and police officers who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 is over.
By Alan Yu/WHYY
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