Pitt Study: More TV Watched, More Likely To Get Injured, ObeseIf you watch a lot of TV, you’re more likely to get injured, or become obese according to a new University of Pittsburgh study.
10-Year Study Finds Link Between Viagra And MelanomaWe all know about the importance of sunscreen in preventing skin cancer.
Debunking SPF: Study Shows Most Don't Understand Sun ProtectionFor years now, when it comes to sunscreen, we have been told to choose one that has the best SPF for us – the higher the number, the better the protection.
New Study Looks At Treating Appendicitis With AntibioticsFor years, we've thought the only way to treat appendicitis was to remove the appendix. Well, what if you could treat it simply with antibiotics?
Study Shows Mouth Exercises Could Decrease SnoringTo stop snoring, could a strong tongue be the secret?
Study Testing New Breast Cancer TreatmentWife, mother, and grandmother Carol Glock always made sure she got her yearly mammograms, which had all been fine. Her first awareness of a problem was at home.
Study: Pittsburgh Drivers Spend Nearly 3 Days Stuck In Traffic Per YearAccording to a new study, Pittsburgh drivers spend nearly three-full days a year stuck in traffic.
AAA Study: Distracted Driving Getting Worse, Especially Among Young DriversWith all the school programs and laws, you'd think distracted driving would be on the decline, but a new AAA study says it's getting worse, especially among young drivers.
FDA Study Finds Little Evidence Of Antibiotics In MilkIn an encouraging development for consumers worried about antibiotics in their milk, a new Food and Drug Administration study showed little evidence of drug contamination after surveying almost 2,000 dairy farms.
Pitt Researchers Studying How To Keep Back Pain From Becoming Long-Term ProblemJust about everyone has back pain at some point in their life.
Australian Study Shows Anger Increases Risk Of Heart AttackTwo new studies are highlighting some factors that may increase a person’s risk of developing certain cardiovascular issues.
Yale’s Canine Cognition Center Studying The Minds Of Man’s Best FriendHave you ever wondered what your dog is thinking?