People who get migraines know they can be debilitating.
For those times when you can’t plug in, Consumer Reports checked out some smart new ways to keep your phone alive.
Traveling with your pets can be a challenge.
Generic medications used to be a no-brainer because they were a sure way to save on prescription costs.
Camp is over. The trip to the beach is done. Are your kids saying they’re bored yet? In less than a month, most kids will be back in school. Until then, here’s something to keep them entertained — Geocaching.
Experts are warning Android phone users about a security issue. It’s called Fake ID, and could allow malicious apps to access the other programs on your phone.
Nightmares, we all have them occasionally, but why? What causes them? Are there ways to stop them? Do spicy foods play a role? What about the temperature of the room you sleep in?
The Turbo Jet is supposed to turn any garden hose into a power washer. The commercial shows it being used to clean all the kinds of things, but Does It Really Do That?
Move over iPhone and Android. There’s a new smartphone out there.
All those sports drinks kids are downing to keep themselves hydrated are ruining their teeth. Dentists are seeing serious tooth and mouth problems at much younger ages
A new app developed in Pittsburgh eliminates the wait at restaurants that don’t take reservations.
What a local doctor does after he delivers a baby is attracting attention across the nation.
At the pool, kids splash and sputter.
Niacin, which is vitamin B3, has been prescribed for years to people with high cholesterol because it lowers the bad LDL (low density lipoproteins) and raises the good HDL (high density lipoproteins).
There are more than three million kids who play soccer in the United States, and 44,000 in the Pittsburgh region. That’s a lot of children on the soccer field, and many kids and parents are unaware of a danger on the field — soccer goals tipping over.
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.
Ever wonder if any of that stuff that you’ve tucked away in your basement or attic is a valuable antique? Head down to the Heinz History Center from noon until 4pm on July 17th to find out as we tape another season of “Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures.” Here’s a look at some of the most valuable items uncovered over the last two seasons!