Study: Prices Of More Than 400 Drugs Have Skyrocketed In Past Few YearsMuch has been made recently about the astronomical price-hike on EpiPens, but that’s not the only prescription that’s gone up in price recently. The price on hundreds of drugs has skyrocketed without much notice.
Third Week Of September Notoriously Becoming Known As “Asthma Peak Week”In schools and homes across America, the third week of September is notoriously known as "peak week."
Expert: Children's Glasses Should Be Checked Once Per YearWhen it comes to glasses, one thing is always clear - one size does not fit all. That's especially true for kids.
New Study Examines MRI Safety During PregnancyA new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association looked at the safety of magnetic resonance imaging during pregnancy.
Allergist Offers Alternatives, Advice To Those In Sticker Shock Over EpiPen PricesMylan Pharmaceuticals has been in the spotlight lately for hiking the price of a life-saving allergy medicine, but even with a reduced price, EpiPens still cost hundreds of dollars.
Eye Mites, Spread From Pets To Owners, Can Cause Serious DamageThey are commonly known as "eye mites," and they can cause serious damage, but a simple procedure can get rid of them.
Consumer Reports Explores Cheaper EpiPen AlternativeThe price ­of a lifesaving EpiPen has skyrocketed, and that’s putting people with severe allergic reactions at risk.
Pa. Launching Drug Database To Prevent Prescription Painkiller AbusePennsylvania is launching a new database to make it harder to go from doctor to doctor to get prescription painkillers.
South Hills’ St. Clair Hospital Teams Up With Mayo ClinicBringing a world of medicine to its patients, St. Clair Hospital in the South Hills is partnering with the Mayo Clinic.
Home Of Hope Helping Breast Cancer Patients During Difficult TimeA breast cancer diagnosis is devastating at any age, but for younger women, it's especially difficult - dealing with treatments and keeping up with normal, everyday stresses.
New Study Finds Certain Video Games May Be Effective In Warding Off DementiaA new study finds video games might just be the key to preventing dementia.
Back-To-School Time Can Be Trying For Students With Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseFor some college students with an embarrassing condition, heading back to class is not always an exciting time.

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