Kidsburgh: “First Row” Program Getting Girls Active, Teaching Them TeamworkA local program called "First Row" gives girls in Pittsburgh Public Schools the opportunity to row on a team at no cost, using money from grants and private donors.
Kidsburgh: Volunteers Build Hazelwood Playground Designed For Imaginative PlayTwo-hundred volunteers rolled up their sleeves and got to work building a brand new playground in Hazelwood over the weekend, and it only took a few hours.
Kidsburgh: “Just Between Friends” Consignment Sale Returns To PittsburghFall can get really expensive for families with back to school shopping, new sports equipment, then Halloween, not to mention Christmas!
McCutchen Surprises Young Fans At Beechwood ElementaryA little girl got a big surprise at school Wednesday when a special visitor from the Pittsburgh Pirats walked into her classroom.
Kidsburgh Ranks Top 10 Fall Activities For Family FunKidsburgh is an online resource for all things kids, from babies to teenagers.
Are Cellphones To Blame For Certain Skin Issues?Have you ever thought about just how dirty your phone is? As it turns out, our phones could be causing major skin issues.
New Cellulite Treatment Procedure Showing Promising ResultsNearly 85 percent of women have cellulite, but a new procedure called Cellfina is showing positive results.
New Procedure Claims To 'Melt' Fat Straight Off The BodyResearchers have found a new enzyme that works by dissolving the connections between fat cells, breaking them up.
Angie's List: Proper Deck Maintenance TipsIf kept in good condition and treated properly, a deck can last 20 years or more. After just a couple years, they can start to look weathered if not taken care of properly.
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.
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.
Cross Country Women's Motorcycle Ride Rolls Into LatrobeOne hundred years ago, two sisters rode across the country on motorcycles to prove they, and all women, could do whatever they wanted. This month, a group is re-tracing their route.