Allegheny County Health Department
Despite assembling an arsenal of pesticides and putting bait traps everywhere, roaches keep invading some homes in a Highland Park neighborhood.
The Allegheny County Health Department is getting involved to spread the word about the flu shot.
The Allegheny County Health Department has released its schedule for flu shots this fall.
Dr. Ron Voorhees, the acting director of the Allegheny County Health Department, stood outside his office with a bottle of pop in his hand to show us how drink sizes have gotten bigger over the years.
The arrival of cooler temperatures means that flu season is approaching.
The arrival of cooler temperatures means that flu season is just around the corner.
The Allegheny County Health Department has issued what it terms a “rare public-health notice” following a local man’s death from bacterial meningitis.
The Meadowcrest Nursing Center is a quiet extended care facility off of Braun Road in Bethel Park. Residents and staff, however, have been shaken by the news that a resident was recently diagnosed with Tuberculosis.
The Allegheny County Health Department is seeing samples of the highest number of mosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus since they began tracking the disease a decade ago.
The Allegheny County Health Department and Department of Environmental Protection will spray for mosquitoes Tuesday evening in some neighborhoods.
Canada geese are everywhere you look along the North Shore, but it’s what they’re leaving behind that’s a problem. The City of Pittsburgh and the Stadium and Exhibition Authority say they vacuum and flush as often as three times as week trying to stay on top of the poop.
The Allegheny County Health Department and Whole Foods Market have issued a recall for some cheese over listeria concerns.
The Three Rivers Arts festival is known for its food. While the experience is not quite the same as sitting down in your favorite restaurant, food vendors still have to uphold the same strict health standards.
City of Pittsburgh Animal Control reports the first case of rabies in the city in 10 or possibly even 15 years.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Dr. Bruce Dixon, who finally speaks out publicly about his firing.