People may know their blood type, but they may not think about associated patterns of disease.
Predicting how prostate cancer will progress has been much like flipping a coin. But a local discovery could change that.
Not getting enough oxygen or blood flow to the brain of a premature baby can have long-lasting impact on strength, intellect and behavior.
It’s called exfoliation syndrome. While it may sound like something having to do with your skin, it’s actually a dangerous eye condition.
A new study suggests that children who have autism may have more synapses in their brain than other kids.
New research shows there may be something addictive about UV radiation.
A new study says Pittsburgh is the second most “unhappiest” city in the United States.
Sleep apnea has been linked to heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and obesity. Now, add hearing loss to the list.
A survey of the financial condition of Pennsylvania’s public schools shows a discouraging pattern of property-tax increases, cutbacks in school programs and employee layoffs.
While you may think jaywalking is more the rule than the exception here, Pittsburgh has actually walked its way to becoming the second safest pedestrian metro area.
Millions of Americans take medication to keep the cholesterol in check.
A new study finds there could be a simple way young adults can preserve their memory and thinking skills as they grow older – more cardio.
Cheryl Begg struggled her whole life with reflux, a condition where stomach acid flows back into her swallowing tube, or esophagus.
Who is more worried about Alzheimer’s disease? Men or women?
David Larson, 65, was first diagnosed with borderline high blood pressure, or pre-hypertension, in his mid-20s.