Malachi Hemphil from Georgio accidentally shoots himself while on Instagram live.
Under new regulation, employers will have to send in a detailed report every time a worker is severely injured due to a workplace accident.
In a recent CDC report, researchers found that one in 25 drivers got behind the wheel despite being sleep deprived.
In 2012-2013, there were 5.77 million A&E attendances in England that were preceded by an inability to get a timely GP appointment, according to a new study.
A new federal report calculated that one in 10 American adults die prematurely each year due to excessive drinking.
According to a new study, researchers found that with targeted brain training, adolescents' cognitive performance can improve months to years after suffering from traumatic brain injuries.
A new study reported that pregnant women have a greater risk of getting into serious traffic crashes.
A new study outlined how distracted teen drivers pose a threat to public safety.
In a new study, researchers reported that drivers are distracted roughly 10 percent of the time.
A 72-year-old French woman punctured her small intestine after accidentally swallowing a Christmas cake decoration.
This will make Ghanaians think twice before using the public restroom. A snake bit a man's penis as he was relieving himself in a public toilet.
An Indiana hunter who was injured recently, got to decide himself if he wanted to live or die. The avid outdoorsman was severely injured in a hunting accident on Saturday.
Now there's another reason to work out the kinks in your marriage. A new study reveals that divorced people are significantly more likely to die from preventable accidents than their married counterparts.
A new report found that children have been making homemade blowguns and accidentally inhaling the darts.
A forensic report following the death of 23 school children that died in India after eating lunch provided by the school, was due to a "highly toxic" concentrated form of insecticide that was in the oil, a forensic report and police said.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.