David Larson, 65, was first diagnosed with borderline high blood pressure, or pre-hypertension, in his mid-20s.
A new study says signs of which children are at risk for childhood obesity can be detected earlier than some may think.
It’s January. We live in Pittsburgh and it’s cold. Do we really get to complain?
AGH received grant money to conduct a study to find the cause of increase asthma in children in the Pittsburgh area.
How’s your thinking after a bad night’s sleep?
You or someone you know may claim to be able to predict the weather based on joint paint. So, can your joints actually forecast the weather?
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.
A new survey finds Pennsylvania’s public school districts are nearly three times more likely than three years ago to charge students to participate in sports.
Jo Cummings, 36, is hearing the heartbeat of her first child after struggling to get pregnant for 3-and-a-half-years.
A large new study from the American Cancer Society finds walking an hour a day could significantly reduce an older woman’s chances of getting breast cancer.
A new study finds many wine-drinkers pour about 12-percent more than a normal serving and don’t realize it.
NASA is looking for a few good volunteers.
Most food products have a date stamped on the package, but does it mean anything?
If you prefer to yell at your teenager, rather than physically punish them, you still may be doing more harm than good.
There’s an old saying that goes “You are what you eat,” but a new study out of Europe that looks at NFL football says that depending on whether your team wins or loses, it may determine what you eat.