Emergency care for heart attacks is getting a new focus.
If you had a heart attack at work, would your co-workers know what to do?
The Washington County coroner has determined that a Taser played no role in the death of a former police chief in Rankin last year.
The Parkway East, Monroeville, three miles from the Rodi Road exit, where a woman found herself walking a few weeks ago.
Former Sopranos cast member Joe Gannascoli who played Vito on the show rembers James Gandolfini on The Fan Morning Show.
A renowned UPMC doctor was poisoned with cyanide, and now the FBI is helping in the investigation.
Someone is allegedly using Facebook to exploit a local police officer’s recent heart attack.
Pittsburgh police officials say an officer was taken to the hospital this afternoon after he appeared to suffer a heart attack while in his cruiser.
On this edition of Medical Frontiers, Dr. Pifer is joined by West Penn System Cardiologists Dr. George Gabriel and Dr. Travis Wilson.
A local contractor was known for helping friends in need, but when a major heart attack struck down his home renovation plans, he learned the truth of that old adage: “what goes around comes around.”
While Washington County investigators say a former Rankin Police chief’s death appears to be from natural causes, former Allegheny County Coroner Dr. Cyril Wecht says police use of a Taser did not directly cause his death.
The former Rankin police chief died Friday after an apparent heart attack, while in police custody following an altercation with his estranged wife and her male companion.
The sun was shining brightly through the stained glass window at the Mazzocco family home in Fayette County Thursday afternoon. But something is amiss; a two by four holds the front door in place. The door frame is shattered and the family is planning a funeral.
After a traumatic event, some people have trouble sleeping, feelings of anger and heightened alertness. If this persists, it could be post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Symptoms of PTSD can affect as many as 1 in 8 people who survive.
KDKA AM’s Shelley Duffy talks about a study by local cardiologist Dr Tony Ferrah that could lead to a way to predict heart attacks.