'Killer Heels' Cause More Than Just PainAny heel-obsessed woman has uttered the phrase: "beauty is pain."
Can Tonics And Elixirs Boost Wellness?The notion of drinking tonics or elixirs for what ails you might sound old world, but these days it’s part of a new trend to get and stay healthy.
Awake Surgeries Offer Quicker, Cheaper Option For PatientsDo you need surgery for something simple, but have been putting it off because you don't want to be put under? There's a new solution.
2 Women Caught Up In 'Sweetheart Scam' Share Story To Help OthersThe FBI says in 2015, Americans lost nearly $200 million to so-called "sweetheart scams."
Experts Help Pet Owners Pick Right Food For Furry FriendsThere are more than 1,000 pet food brands on the market, with as many as 5,000 different recipes, so which is the right one for your pet?
Have Spring Allergies? Act Now To Reduce EffectsIf spring allergies are affecting you already, there are things you can do to nip them in the bud.
'We Have Such A Beautiful City': Pittsburgh Police Chief Doubles As PhotographerPittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert watches over the Steel City in more ways than one.
Researchers Working On Vaccine For Those With Celiac DiseaseResearchers, including some in Pittsburgh, may have discovered what causes celiac disease, a condition that makes people sensitive to gluten.
'Sleeping Beauty Syndrome' Is Rare But Very Real DisorderDoctors diagnosed a young woman with a rare sleeping condition. It’s commonly called Sleeping Beauty Syndrome.
Man Honors Late Mother’s Love For Bon Jovi, Gives Away Concert Tickets To Cancer SurvivorMike Shaffer, of Latrobe, says his mother was a big Bon Jovi fan, but she died of breast cancer before she ever had a chance to see the band play live.
Cancer Patients Forced To Wait Months For Compassionate Allowance BenefitsThousands are facing a long waiting period and may not survive to collect their Social Security disability benefits.
New Research Finds Possible Link Between Sinus Problems & DepressionNew research suggests that chronic sinus problems may be linked to depression.

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