Dr. Maria Simbra

2 Cases Of Whooping Cough Found At Beaver Co. Elementary SchoolsA Moon Township pediatric practice is getting lots of calls from concerned parents.
Proper Use Of Wipes Kills Germs, Improper Use Could Spread ThemThe every day household disinfecting wipes -- easy to grab, easy to use. But does wiping really disinfect?
At-Home Colon Cancer Screening Offers Possible Alternative To ColonoscopyGetting a colonoscopy as a screening test for cancer, for some people, can be a dreaded ordeal.
A Possible Cure For Peanut Allergies Beginning In PittsburghHowever, local doctors and patients now are working on something that could be the first real cure for peanut allergies.
State Departments Propose New Immunization RegulationsThe State Departments of Health and Education have proposed new regulations that would impact all school kids.
Doctors Exploring How Some Medications Can Treat Seemingly Unrelated AilmentsWhile people usually reach for a medication meant to treat one specific ailment, many medications can do double duty and treat symptoms that initially seem unrelated.
New Device Claims To Ease Pain Without Pills, SurgeryThere’s a new device that claims to ease your pain with no pills and no surgery. But does it provide nothing more than temporary relief?
New Information On Due Date Tests And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome RevealedNew tests are becoming available for expecting mothers that may help doctors find a better due date.
Two Hip Surgeries At Once Allows Local Woman To Walk The Next Day Because of severe arthritis on both sides, rather than prolonging her recovery with two separate surgeries, her doctor offered the option of replacing both hips at once.
New Technology Now Allowing Pathologists To Diagnose Cancer EasierIn this digitized world, pathologists now share slides in an instant electronically.
Heart-Lung Machine Providing Life-Saving Treatment To Severely IllA machine created to help with heart surgeries is quickly becoming used for a lot more. In fact, a local woman says it single-handedly saved her life.
American Cancer Society Says Start Mammograms At 45, Not 40The American Cancer Society is revising its advice on when women should start getting mammograms and how often.
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