New Eczema Treatment Could Be Alternative Option To Steroid CreamsFor the first time in decades, there's a new treatment for eczema that's showing promise.
Pittsburgh VA’s New Director Says Staff Is Focused On Better Care, Meeting Vets’ NeedsThe Veterans Administration hospital in Pittsburgh is trying to change a bad image.
Breakthrough Stem Cell Treatment Gives Stroke Victims Stunning RecoveryThe road to recovery for stroke victims can often be long and difficult, but some patients are now seeing incredible recoveries thanks to a new kind of stem cell treatment.
Overdose Epidemic Has State Cracking Down, Pharmacists Now Asking For IDIf you’ve been to the pharmacy lately, you were probably asked to show your driver's license.
Exploring Pros & Cons Of New Type 2 Diabetes DrugsThere are three new drugs for type 2 diabetes. and they work differently than previous diabetes medications.
Study: Fracking May Worsen Asthma In Children And AdultsFracking may worsen asthma in children and adults who live near oil and gas drilling sites according to a new Pennsylvania study.
Young Woman Inspiring Others To Give Back As She Waits For Lung TransplantA local college student, in the fight of her life for the second time, is hoping to make a difference while she waits for a double lung transplant, a surgery that she desperately needs.
Local Doctor: Eating Seeds To Get High Could Be FatalA dangerous trend has resurfaced. Across the country, teens and young adults are eating seeds to get high.
Consumer Reports Investigates Sky-High Drug PricesThe problem of rising prescription drug prices is rampant.
Certain Over-The-Counter Medications Could Increase Risk Of DementiaThere is growing evidence to suggest the long-term use of some very common over-the-counter medicines — from pain relievers, cold and allergy treatments, even some sleep aids — may increase your risk of dementia.
Local Woman Receives New Dissolvable Heart Stent Days After FDA ApprovalJust days after the FDA approved a new dissolvable heart stent; the first local patient has received one.
Study: Excessive TV Watching Can Stunt Bone Growth In KidsWe often hear that long periods in front of the television can be bad for kids, but a new study says it could have a negative effect on their bones as well.

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