A new study shows that more police officers were killed in the line of duty in 2011 nationwide than in years past, and it’s something Western Pennsylvanians know all too well.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks to Stephen Herzenberg, economist and executive director of Keystone Research Center.
Mike Pintek talks to Lisa Willig, Norwin School District’s Repsonce to Intruction and Intervention Coordinator.
According to a new report by the Trust for America’s Health, Pennsylvania is among those states ranked highest in obesity. Out of 50 states and the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania ranks as 19th on the list of the most obese states.
uquesne University is hosting a conference to question whether environmental toxins affect human neuro-development.
Environmental Working Group research claims that three out of five sunscreens fail to protect your skin from certain ultraviolet rays. But what do local doctors say?
University of Pittsburgh researchers announced today they are looking for parent volunteers for a new study to look at potential triggers for autism.
Researchers at Pitt are looking for volunteers for an autism study.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is out with a new report showing the driver death rates for each model of vehicle on the road.
A report analyzing the cause of sex abuse by clergy is stirring up controversy.
Losing weight is a tough challenge for many of us and that’s why a study done at Carnegie Mellon University is attracting a lot of attention. Researchers believe they’ve found a way to help you eat less and it’s kind of surprising. It has to do with the power of the mind.
New research reveals that Vitamin D may help protect women from a leading cause of blindness, macular degeneration.
Seemingly harmless baby powder, in this case to keep sensitive areas dry, is linked to an increased cancer risk.
People recently diagnosed with a Stage I or II colon cancer and interested in the study should contact AGH at 412.359.6464. A list of other sites in North America that are participating in the study […]
If you’re in the mood for love, you may not want to jump into things with wild abandon. A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that getting a bit more healthy is advisable before straining your heart.