This season’s high weed pollen count is making some allergy sufferers miserable.
Should you consider tuition insurance so that you can be reimbursed if your child has to leave before the end of the year?
When you buy something with a lifetime warranty, you might expect it’s going to last a lifetime, but customers and retailers don’t always agree on the definition of “lifetime.”
Vinyl flooring is long-lasting and inexpensive, but there have been a lot of questions lately about the safety of it.
Americans eat a lot of ground beef. Last year, we bought more than 2 billion pounds of it in supermarkets and big-box stores. But that hamburger you’re grilling could contain harmful bacteria, and unless you cook it thoroughly, it could make you sick.
Parkinson’s disease robs people of their mobility. Now, a new therapy offered at a local hospital is helping them get some of that mobility back.
You see protein touted on all kinds of products these days. It’s being added to everything from tortilla chips to English muffins to breakfast cereal.
If you need a dehumidifier, now is a good time to buy one. The new federal energy standards mean dehumidifiers use a lot less energy than they used to.
New heart devices usually need to be tested on real people before going to market, but a Massachusetts company has developed one-of-a-kind virtual technology which may be a game-changer.
A Pennsylvania couple is looking for someone new to live in a home movie fans associate with grisly death.
The FDA is looking into a new drug being called the “female Viagra,” but one local doctor says it’s not something all women should be excited about.
Robocalls are a nuisance. Even the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has said, “Telephone companies can and in fact should offer consumers robocall-blocking tools.”
For breast cancer survivors, there’s always a fear that the cancer will return. Many of them take medicine, sometimes for years, that helps prevent recurrence; but that medicine also carries risks for other problems.
Quenching your thirst has become complicated. Many drinks claim health benefits, such as replenishing electrolytes and boosting your vitamin intake. Consumer Reports looked at 20 beverages to help you decide which ones to sip and which to skip.
A lot of people have sleep apnea. CPAP machines help treat it, but many people find them bulky and annoying.
Seeking answers for his annual Winter Weather Forecast, KDKA Chief Meteorologist Jeff Verszyla went to Gobblers Knob to get the final word from the world’s foremost furry prognosticator!
Gather up those antiques, heirlooms and collectibles and bring them down to the Senator John Heinz History Center on Sunday, Aug. 17 for the Seventh Annual Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures event!
Ahead of the Seventh Annual Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures event at the Senator John Heinz History Center, we’re looking back at some of the best moments from past events.
Actor Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band performed at Stage AE on Friday, Aug. 9, 2013, to raise money to build a “smart house” for Sgt. Doug Vitale, a local Marine who was severely injured while serving in Afghanistan.
Infomercials and advertisements claim their products make life easier. KDKA-TV’s Jennifer Antkowiak puts these claims to the test.