Study: Majority Of Melanomas Come From New MolesWhen it comes to skin cancer, melanoma is less common than other types, but it’s much more aggressive. That’s why it’s important to keep an eye on your skin, especially when you see a new mole form.
Doctors Expecting Worse Than Normal Flu Season In U.S.Flu trackers watch what's happening on the other side of the world to figure out which flu strains to expect and what kind of flu season to brace for.
Vaginal Ring Could Become First HIV Prevention Product For WomenThe first HIV prevention product for women is on the horizon.
Sleep Disorder Can Cause Bizarre, Terrifying Behavior In PatientsREM sleep behavior disorder, which causes bizarre and terrifying behavior, can be quite serious for those who suffer from it.
Researchers Developing Blood Test To Diagnose Alzheimer's DiseaseMore than five million people in the U.S. suffer from Alzheimer's, the most common form of dementia.
Poison Control Seeing Increase In Calls About Over-The-Counter SupplementsThere are a growing number of calls to poison control centers nationwide, because of something you probably have in your home and think is totally safe - over-the-counter supplements.
New Tool Helps Detect Skin Cancer, Improves Identification AccuracyHas skin cancer finally met its match? There's a new tool to help identify skin cancer.
Protect Your Eyes: Officials Offer Tips To Safely View Eclipse If you're watching the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, be sure to protect your eyes.
Pittsburgh Man Is First U.S. Patient To Receive New ALS DrugThe FDA just approved a new drug for ALS, and the first person in the United States to get it was right here in Pittsburgh.
Patch Offers Diabetics Discrete, Easy Option For Insulin DeliveryThere’s a new option for diabetics who have to give themselves insulin shots every day, and it’s a lot easier to use.
Brain Disease Seen In Most Football Players In Large ReportA study from Boston University is the largest looking at a potential link between brain trauma from football and CTE.
Researchers: Salmonella Strain Could Hold Key To Beating CancerSalmonella, bacteria typically blamed for serious food poisoning, is now being used to fight cancer.

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