FDA-Approved Implant Helping Patients Battle Opioid AddictionRecently, the FDA approved an implant that delivers a slow, but steady dose of buprenorphine over six months. It's called a Probuphine implant.
New Treatment Offers Hope For Owners Of Pets With CancerThe Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center is one of just five PetCure Oncology sites in the United States.
New Device Helping Diabetics Track Blood Sugar Without FingersticksNew mom Samantha Loshelder has Type 1 diabetes. Her pancreas has stopped making insulin, a hormone needed for processing sugar.
Sinus 'Balloon' Promises Better Breathing, Fewer Sinus InfectionsFor many people, the symptoms of sinusitis are familiar.
Picture Perfect: Best Places To Get Your Photos PrintedPrinting your pictures is easier and faster than ever before, but not all processing is created equal.
Little-Known & Treatable Brain Condition Mimics Alzheimer'sDoctors say thousands of patients have been misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, or Alzheimer’s when they actually have a very treatable condition.
2 Moms Create ‘Flexable’ Way To Find Last-Minute Child CareTwo moms created a special website because of their own frustrations and needs for flexible child care.
Does It Really Do That? Sani SticksSani Sticks claim to release natural enzymes in order to to keep your pipes and lines clear. But, does it really do that?
Consumer Warning: Personal Data Found On Used PhonesThere’s an important consumer alert out for anyone who owns a cell phone.
Early Exposure Could Lead To Increased Asthma RiskWhen it comes to asthma risk, some things that affect you when you're just a baby may play a part.
Hidden Freebies Made Public: Special Services Most Customers Don't Know ExistWhen Emily Costantino, of Monongahela, signed up for Amazon Prime, she only had one thought in mind, she told KDKA money editor Jon Delano.
Cold Cap Treatment Could Help Prevent Hair Loss During ChemotherapySome breast cancer patients are turning to cooling caps during chemotherapy to hopefully limit hair loss.