New Device Helps Parents Easily Monitor Body TemperaturesIs it a challenge to take your child's temperature?
Young Athletes Struggle With Overuse InjuriesOveruse or repetitive trauma injuries are half of all pediatric sports-related injuries.
Diagnosing And Treating Gestational DiabetesWhen a pregnant woman is told she has gestational diabetes, it may have been a problem for some time already.
Doctor Returns To Pittsburgh After Trip To Brazil To Study Zika VirusDr. Ernesto Marques at the Pitt Center for Vaccine Research recently traveled to Brazil to study Zika.
Doctors Exploring Ways To Treat Nagging Shoulder PainShoulder pain comes in many forms. It can be sharp, or dull and nagging. But, there are ways to get relief.
New Clinical Trial Giving Patients With Meniscus Injuries HopePeople of all ages suffer from chronic knee pain due to meniscus injuries.
Local Doctor’s Study Examines Whether Allergy & Asthma Drugs Stunt Growth In KidsCould allergy and asthma drugs stunt growth?
Low-Risk Treatment For Kids Suffering From EczemaA new treatment is providing relief to children suffering from eczema.
Vaccine Expert: Pulling “Vaxxed” From Tribeca Film Festival Is Honorable Thing To DoDr. Paul Offit, of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, is a renowned vaccine expert.
Managing Mosquitoes Amid Zika Virus ConcernsThe mosquito that carries the Zika virus is a problem in Brazil.
New Study Shows Seasonal Effects On SkinThe official start of spring is just a few days away and that's good for a lot of things, including your skin.
Gov. Wolf's Cancer To Be Treated With Radioactive SeedsIn a radio interview, 67-year-old Gov. Tom Wolf has announced his treatment for prostate cancer.

More From CBS Pittsburgh

Bringing You The Best in Sports Talk Radio
New Podcast Network

Listen Live