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New Research Shows Teenagers That Regularly Eat Breakfast Perform Better In SchoolA new study from the Cleveland Clinic has found that teenagers that regularly eat breakfast see improvement in their grades.
New Procedure Reduces Pain With Knee ReplacementsCindy McCoy's knees were worn out: "I was falling constantly. I probably fell four or five times at work."
Intermittent Fasting A Trendy New Way To Diet, But Researchers Say More Studies Need To Be DoneThis year, a lot of people are talking about and trying intermittent fasting as an option to lose weight.
Study: Keeping A Plant On Your Desk At Work Can Reduce StressTough day at work? A recent study shows that keeping a plant on your desk could help reduce said stress.
Telehealth Technology Virtually Linking Patients And DoctorsThe city of Pittsburgh is known for its yellow bridges, flashy Super Bowl rings and salads with french fries, but now its also leading the way in a new form of medicine: Telehealth.
Partial E-Cigarette 'Flavor Ban' Goes In Effect Today Across United StatesA number of flavored vaping products being taken off the US market starting today.
Health Dept.: 2 Additional Flu-Related Deaths In Allegheny CountyTwo more people have died of complications from the flu in Allegheny County.
Local Doctors Offer Alternative Treatment For Pancreatic CancerJackie Lapisardi was one of the lucky ones.
World Cancer Day Marks 20th AnniversaryWorld Cancer Day has been recognized every Feb. 4 since the start of the millennium.
FDA Approves First Drug To Treat Peanut Allergies In ChildrenThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first drug to treat peanut allergies in children, following an advisory committee vote of approval in September.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler Alan Faneca And Wife Julie Trying To Raise Awareness Of Postpartum DepressionAlan Faneca and his wife, Julie, are opening up about a time when their family suffered in silence.
Debate Rages On As Air Quality In Region Ranks Among The Worst In The NationMany take the air we breathe here in Pittsburgh for granted, but suddenly it's become the topic of major debate.