Thousands were out on the North Shore Sunday for the annual “Step Out” walk to stop diabetes.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The best cure for a hangover is… Sprite! That is according to a study published in the Journal “Food and Function.” Chinese researchers looked at 57 drinks, including herbal infusions, tea, and […]
Foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids are supposed to have many health benefits, especially for your heart and brain. But a new study suggests the benefits for your memory might be a bit overrated.
The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), with two big facilities in South Park and Morgantown, is not well-known, but — working with local universities — it’s America’s fossil fuel research lab.
Niko Stevens loves playing with his big brother, Shawn. Niko is 3. He is autistic and doesn’t speak.
New research suggests that light drinking during pregnancy may not be harmful to the child later on in life.
Three new studies about salt were presented Thursday at a meeting of the American Heart Association. One shows that most packaged food for toddlers contain more than the recommended amount.
Like many moms, Laura Lieb worries about how chemicals in cans and plastics could affect her 3-year-old. She takes steps to avoid one in particular – bisphenol a, also known as BPA.
Like many Americans, Patrick Overking had so much back pain, he couldn’t walk.
A large new study in the “Journal of the American Medical Association” looked at 85,000 children in Norway.
Osteoarthritis affects about 27 million Americans, mostly in their knees. Now, a new study shows certain types of exercise can have big benefits.
Carie Capossela took the drug Tamoxifen for five years after she was diagnosed with breast cancer at 33. She is now 44.
New research reveals that Vitamin D may help protect women from a leading cause of blindness, macular degeneration.
You’ve got five free minutes, but 10 things that need to get done immediately. So, what do you do? Most people in that situation try to perfect the art of multi-tasking. We’re all doing it more than ever, but research indicates we might not really be getting ahead.