Medical Students Volunteer To Play Music For PatientsAmong the beep of monitors at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital is the sound of music.
Service Union Targets McDonald's, UPMC With Wage RalliesThe Service Employees International Union is targeting McDonald's restaurants and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center with marches demanding a $15 minimum wage and union representation.
Fourth Open Enrollment Period Opens Under Affordable Health Care ActThe fourth open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act began Tuesday.
UPMC-Developed Fiber Tracking Technology Being Called Life-Changing For Cancer PatientsThanks to cutting edge technology developed at Pitt and UPMC, patients from around the world are now coming to Pittsburgh for life-saving brain surgery and treatments.
Autopsy: Patient Died From Mold Linked To Other DeathsAn autopsy report for a transplant patient who contracted a fungal infection while at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center indicates he suffered from the same type of mold linked to other deaths.
Some Area Hospitals Receive Below Average Ranks In New ReportThe Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released new ratings for local hospitals and several received below average marks.
Local Doctor: Eating Seeds To Get High Could Be FatalA dangerous trend has resurfaced. Across the country, teens and young adults are eating seeds to get high.
Allegheny Co. Board Of Health To Vote On Making HPV Vaccine MandatoryA panel of doctors at UPMC say the HPV vaccine should become mandatory.
Deep Brain Stimulation Could Help Patients With Severe OCDFor some people with obsessive-compulsive disorder, sometimes medication and therapy aren't enough to keep their obsessive behaviors in check.
Women Experiencing Hair Loss Due To Pulling Hair Back While ExercisingMore and more women are noticing they are losing their hair and it could be because of something they are doing when they exercise.
Transplant Patient Who Contracted Fungal Infection At UPMC Hospital DiesAnother UPMC transplant patient has died.
Pittsburgh To Begin Using 'Life-Saving' Smartphone AppThe city and county want to improve the area's life-saving abilities with a smartphone app.