Pittsburgh seems to always be on the cutting edge of new technology in medicine.
It’s the flu season — so maybe it’s no surprise one particular pharmaceutical drug is in high demand — Tamiflu.
If you look in the medicine cabinet, chances are you will find some expired medications.
A new generation of diagnostic tools may soon be able to sniff out all sorts of diseases using your breath, including various cancers, liver disease, kidney failure, diabetes, asthma and tuberculosis.
The nation’s largest pharmacy benefit manager, Express Scripts, is dramatically scaling back its coverage of compounded medications, saying most of the custom-mixed medicines are ineffective or overpriced.
Before there were antibiotics, people died from infections all the time.
The two artists will perform their duet “Medicine” live during the 49th annual ACM Awards this Sunday.
For type 2 diabetes, how about a shot that’s just once a week? The FDA is considering a medicine that would be a weekly shot. And it’s not insulin.
If your child had the flu, would she be able to get early treatment with the medicine Tamiflu?
It’s being called the first of its kind.
It’s been said that too much medicine creates strains of drug-resistant bacteria. However, it’s not just a problem for people. It’s a problem for pets, too.
Spring allergies are in full bloom and you may already be taking medicines to prevent or treat symptoms. But is there anything else you can take?
Getting stuck at the allergist?
Many Americans grappling with the high cost of medicine may be putting themselves in harm’s way, according to the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to CMU robotics professor Howie Choset about how his snake robots are revolutionizing medicine- and everything else.