Dr. Maria Simbra
There’s a new, non-invasive way to test for diabetes and it can actually predict who might be at greater risk of getting it.
Are you tired of all the sneezing and watery eyes? Now, there’s a new, less time-consuming way to treat allergies.
What if you could vaccinate your pets against Lyme disease? But, if there’s a vaccine for them, why is there not one for humans?
We all know about the importance of sunscreen in preventing skin cancer.
When it comes to winter versus summer, which do you like better?
The Allegheny County Health Department announced the number of Lyme Disease cases has nearly doubled over the last decade.
While pollen allergies have subsided, a different allergy has kicked up.
We’ve all seen dispensers with hand sanitizer in public places. But what if there were sunscreen dispensers? A recent addition to a local park might be a game-changer in preventing skin cancer.
Those plump, round insects seem to be everywhere these days. They’re called billbugs, beetles, and weevils. But don’t call them ticks, because they’re not.
For years now, when it comes to sunscreen, we have been told to choose one that has the best SPF for us – the higher the number, the better the protection.
For years, we’ve thought the only way to treat appendicitis was to remove the appendix. Well, what if you could treat it simply with antibiotics?
The FBI is now investigating Johnson & Johnson over a device used to treat thousands of women for a common problem.
With more attention being paid to Lyme disease, the State Department of Health released some alarming new statistics today.
For people whose cancer has stopped responding to standard therapy and are out of treatment options, a new trial is starting soon called the NCI-MATCH trial.
Nails on a chalkboard is a sound that just about everybody hates. But what if almost every sound you heard made you angry or anxious?