Deep in the Loyalsock State Forest, where no cell phone signal reaches, the sounds of rushing waterfalls and forest birds are suddenly interrupted by the sound of a helicopter.
Paul Zeph of the Pennsylvania Audubon Society says the noise could be related to gas drilling. Drillers will often drop
More people seem to be ditching office chairs in favor of standing desks. A recent article in the New Yorker even tackled the trend of treadmill desks.
A mounting body of research suggests that sitting is bad for you —
One in five juvenile offenders in Pennsylvania commits another crime within two years of leaving the justice system — that's according to a new report from the state's Juvenile Court Judges' Commission. It's the first
Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Temple University Hospital, Hahnemann University Hospital and Delaware County Memorial Hospital are on a list of medical centers with the highest billing rates in the nation.
Frustrated by state agencies’ inaction, a coalition of conservation organizations wants regulatory officials to require that cooling towers be built to reduce massive fish kills at two big power plants in New Jersey and a
Guests: Gavin Schmidt, Anthony Leiserowitz
Last week carbon dioxide in the atmosphere reached record levels — 400 parts per million, according to a monitoring station in Hawaii. Never in human history have carbon dioxide concentrations been that high. Scientists have
GUEST: JEREMY SCAHILL
Much of the Obama Administration’s national security policy relies on the work of the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) and the CIA’s Special Activities Division. According to our guest JEREMY SCAHILL, National Security Correspondent for The Nation,
Parenting is not for the faint of heart. Daily demands add up and can be stressful and unnerving. For parents who’ve been diagnosed with a mental illness, life’s ordinary challenges and daily activities can feel extraordinary—and this can affect the