A child has been rushed to the hospital after a near-drowning in a bathtub at a residence in Pittsburgh’s Hill District.
An infant was rushed to Children’s Hospital from the Hill District Thursday evening after the mother found the child unresponsive.
In the Old West, an outbreak of Hoof and Mouth Disease struck fear into the hearts of cattle drivers. The viral infection could cause cows to go lame or worse. Not to be confused with that serious disease. There is another uncomfortable, yet benign infection called Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease.
A 13-year-old boy has been transported to Children’s Hospital after being involved in some type of fall in Glassport.
Dozens of neighbors placed luminaries in their front yards in McCandless after sunset Friday in memory of the boy who died earlier this week from his injuries in a backyard zip lining accident.
For a kid, it doesn’t get much better than a thrill ride on a zip line. There is some danger with the aerial rope slides, but usually it’s a low risk.
Far from screaming coaches and roaring crowds, Steelers veteran Brett Keisel savors the silence of the old fishing hole.
The Mario Lemieux Foundation and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh have teamed up to announce a new youth lymphoma center.
A local teen was honored Saturday by Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto for her continued efforts to find a cure for arthritis.
Being discharge from the hospital or rehab is normally a time of celebration, but a local family says their 15-year-old son – who was badly injured in a car accident last fall – is not medically ready to go home yet.
The excitement, the smiles — the reactions were absolutely priceless.
Before there were antibiotics, people died from infections all the time.
Even though the Kiski Valley Titans had to play without teammate Nick Snyder, he was on everyone’s mind. In fact, the team dedicated Friday night’s game in South Park to Snyder.
A Westmoreland County man was arrested last month after allegedly assaulting a 4-month-old child.
Twenty-four people were injured during Wednesday’s stabbings at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, but less than half remain in the hospital.