Pirates' Taillon On Discovering CancerThe Pittsburgh Pirates' Jameson Taillon joined Chris Mack and Jack Zduriencik to discuss the start and the process of returning from what some would consider catastrophic.
Nutritionist's Treatment Helping Patients Live Free Of Food AllergiesA nutritionist in Boston says she's figured out a way to help kids live food allergy-free, and she's hoping her treatment spreads nationwide.
Toomey Noncommittal But Upbeat About Senate Health Care BillPennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey is praising the health care bill written by himself and his fellow Republicans in the U.S. Senate, but isn't saying whether he'd vote for it.
Having Trouble Sleeping? New Therapy Suggests Less Is MoreFor those tortured by sleepless nights, there's a new therapy that uses the motto - if you want to sleep more, try sleeping less.
Tick That Triggers Red Meat Allergy Spreading Across U.S.The tick species is most present in the southeastern U.S., but lately has been spreading north up the East Coast and into the Midwest.
Reaction In Carmichaels Mixed To Approval Of Medical Marijuana FacilityOne of three new medical marijuana farms in our region will soon be springing up in Carmichaels, Greene County.
3 Western Pa. Businesses Receive Medical Marijuana PermitsThe Pennsylvania Department of Health issued 12 permits to grow and process medical marijuana Monday afternoon.
New Cancer Treatment Uses Patient's Immune System To Fight DiseaseScientists are reporting unprecedented success with a new type of cancer treatment. It uses the patient’s own immune system to fight the disease.
Report: Coconut Oil As Bad For Heart As Butter, Beef FatA recent health advisory says coconut oil is as bad as butter when it comes to saturated fat, despite previous beliefs about its health benefits.
Allegheny Health Network To Build New Cancer CenterAllegheny Health Network has announced plans to spend $200 million to build a new academic and research cancer center.
Study: Vaping Just As Harmful As SmokingIf you’re thinking electronic cigarettes are healthier than tobacco cigarettes, researchers say think again.
Could Listening To 'Pink Noise' During Sleep Improve Memory?Researchers are paying closer attention to the type of noise and how this affects sleep and memory.

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