Allegheny General Hospital
Robotic surgery has been used to remove kidneys, do hysterectomies and prostate surgery. Doctors at Allegheny General Hospital have added another organ – the heart.
Do you ever have trouble falling asleep at night? A lot of people do; and because of that, there are more and more sleep aid products on the market. There are different types of pills, but it’s a new sleep aiding drink that’s gaining attention.
Police tell KDKA-TV the van driver crossed into opposing traffic and struck a tree before the van rolled over on Honor Street in Long Branch Borough.
Have you or someone you know been told you need a knee replacement, but you just can’t go through with it? You’re thinking, I’m too young and these things only last 10 or 15 years, and I don’t want to go through that kind of major surgery twice.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering making some common prescription medicines non-prescription. These would include drugs for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, certain infections, migraines, asthma and allergies.
Have you heard of the “Salt and Ice Challenge?” Chances are your kids have. Once again, social media sites like YouTube and Facebook have popularized a dangerous new game that’s drawing alarm from parents and medical experts.
Some medical specialty groups are saying you should be asking your doctor if some common tests and procedures are really necessary.
There are nearly 4.5 million pregnancies in the United States every year. An estimated 500,000 of them end in miscarriage.
A daily regimen of aspirin is known to help battle heart disease, but a new study suggests it may help prevent and fight cancer as well.
If you were about to have a heart attack, is there a way to know? Local doctors are exploring this possibility for people with known heart vessel disease. They are looking at whether an investigational implanted device could signal an alert.
If your nose is running and you think you have a cold, you may actually have something else.
A 63-year-old man recently became the first Pittsburgh recipient of the new generation of artificial hearts.
We’ve all heard about kids developing allergies – but adults? Doctors are seeing it more and more: adults who were never allergic to anything suddenly developing them.
One in five antibiotic prescriptions in the U.S. are for sinus infections.
Life-changing advances in medicine are all around us in Pittsburgh. But sometimes it’s difficult to put a face on the subject of organ and tissue donation. KDKA’s Rick Dayton introduces us to a high school football coach – and heart transplant recipient – who is making it his mission to change that.
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