Jennifer Hoeft is no stranger to breast cancer.
With pool season kicking off this weekend, experts say it’s a good time to remind everyone about sun safety.
People will try all kinds of things on their skin for acne, spots, rashes and stings.
To treat depression, people usually take pills.
Millions of Americans take medication to keep the cholesterol in check.
Cheryl Begg struggled her whole life with reflux, a condition where stomach acid flows back into her swallowing tube, or esophagus.
Having this disease isn’t necessarily painful, but taking good care of yourself when you have it is.
Computers, tablets, cell phones – is all this focusing on tiny electronic devices taking a toll on our childrens’ eyes?
Which is worse for your DNA – being sleep-deprived or shifting your sleep?
When the smallest and sickest of premature babies needs lifesaving breast milk, where can he turn to?
How’s your thinking after a bad night’s sleep?
For a toddler, the lights, sounds and swipes on a smart phone or tablet can be too cool to resist.
During a cold snap, heart attacks go up.
Susan Talbert does not have breast cancer, but she is at high risk of getting the disease.
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.