Residents of Allegheny County have twice the cancer risk of those living in surrounding counties, according to a study from the Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
Jo Cummings, 36, is hearing the heartbeat of her first child after struggling to get pregnant for 3-and-a-half-years.
A recent study says both work equally well.
Grandmother, wife and artist Joan Esposito has breast cancer — a specific kind called “HER-2 positive.”
Acetaminophen, known commonly by brand name Tylenol, is in more than just Tylenol. It’s in NyQuil, Robitussin, Excedrin products and many others.
This high school freshman is in marching band. She rides horses and dances — she also has allergies and asthma.
With fall right around the corner, flu shots are too.
People ride the bus, go to the game and eat with strangers – so how about going to the doctor with a group of strangers?
Last summer, Sharon Herring-Turner had cancer removed from her breast, along with 25 lymph nodes under her arm.
“She was on swim team, marching band, always active, rifle team, she did a lot of things,” says Maureen Onder about her daughter.
At first, Hannah Grubow didn’t even know she had acid reflux. She had none of the classic symptoms like heartburn, belching and nausea.
At one point, Kathleen McGinnis’ knee pain was so bad that every movement was excruciating.
Think March is too late for the flu? One pediatrician has still been seeing many infected patients.
Lifelong hockey player Josh Singleton died in 2003 as he was coming up the steps at home — a sudden cardiac death.
Calories are determined in a lab by how much energy it takes to burn up a food, with a calculator, adding up grams of carbohydrate, protein and fat.