Dr. Maria Simbra
You or someone you know may claim to be able to predict the weather based on joint paint. So, can your joints actually forecast the weather?
Rosemary Stockinger sees a dermatologist to treat the red blotches on her face.
Janet Ghise’s 14-year-old dog, Maggie, died unexpectedly at a kennel while she was on vacation. The Bethel Park native was devastated at the loss of her pet.
For some people, hip or knee surgery are inevitable. A local doctor is making the process a lot less painful using what you might call a special pain cocktail and his patients swear by it.
We’ve all seen them; maybe you use them, those blood pressure machines in drugs stores or supermarkets. But how accurate are the readings they give you?
Is it nutty to think nuts could be linked to longer life? A study in the New England Journal of Medicine says the idea might not be so cracked up.
As we get closer and closer to winter, you might be thinking about ways to reduce allergens in your home.
New guidelines out today could put many more people on cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Spencer Levin, 9, sees his allergist once a month to get shots to help his hay fever.
Emergency care for heart attacks is getting a new focus.
There are so many different flu shot options this year, do you know which one might be best for you?
Public defender Rebecca Hudock had just turned 30 when she found breast cancer.
Strokes are becoming more common among those you wouldn’t expect: young people.
New research suggests sugar is bad for your brain, specifically your memory.
Sixteen states passed legislation this year making epinephrine available in school in case a child has a severe allergic reaction. This now brings the total to 27 states.