Allegheny General Hospital
Who would have thought that a high school freshman would get hit with bunions? It’s a condition a local orthopedist is seeing in younger patients.
A woman is in the hospital after her vehicle hit a building Monday night.
Natlie Groves doesn’t feel well. She’s battling the flu. Her mom turned to over-the-counter medicines for relief, but was concerned about the ingredients in all the different options.
A 70-year-old woman hit by a vehicle outside a McDonald’s in East Liberty last week has died.
The Food and Drug Administration is requiring the makers of Ambien and similar sleeping pills to lower the doses of their drugs.
A man accidentally shot his son in the shoulder while attempting to thwart a supposed car thief.
Cerebral venous thrombosis is a condition that affects five in a million adults each year. Hillary Clinton is one of them. But she’s not the most typical patient.
Police are still trying to piece together exactly what happened when a young man was wounded during a shootout in McKees Rocks Tuesday evening.
Police are investigating after a man was shot and wounded while riding in a car in McKees Rocks on Tuesday evening. The shooting took place around 8 p.m. on Amelia Street near the corner of Chartiers Avenue by the Bottom Dollar grocery store.
Dr. Gerald Pifer is joined by Doctors Jose Oliva and Kusum Tom from the AGH Liver Transplant program.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to Dr Andrew Sahud, Chief of Infection Prevention at AGH, about what superbugs are and how they are trying to stop them.
A man is accused of leading police on a high-speed chase and assaulting several officers in Sewickley Saturday night.
Will a daily baby aspirin keep the brain young in old age? A study of older Swedish women suggests there may be something to that.
This week on Medical Frontiers, Dr. Gerald Pifer and Dr. Ashis Tayal, Allegheny General Hospital stroke neurologist and director of the AGH Stroke Center, talk about strokes.
Authorities have identified a woman killed in a car crash Sunday morning.