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.
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.
American Eagle's Aerie Teams With Texas Company To Offer Adaptive Clothing LineIf you've shopped online lately, you may have seen a new clothing line at Pittsburgh-based "Aerie by American Eagle."
Local Elementary School Using Smart Thermometer To Track IllnessesStuffy noses and stomach aches are common symptoms in elementary schools this time of year, but what if there was a tool that could help track those illnesses?
Local Doctors Offer Alternative Treatment For Pancreatic CancerJackie Lapisardi was one of the lucky ones.
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.
Doctors Hoping Pill Form Of ALS Drug Will Be Less Intense Treatment For PatientsDoctors are trying to make an FDA-approved drug treatment for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS, much less intense for both patients and caregivers.
Doctors Studying New Device That Helps Regulate Blood Pressure, Heart RateA new kind of stimulator, called Barostim, is helping heart patients.
'They Inspire Me More Than They Know': La Roche University Students Give Unique Living Arrangements A Try In Exchange For Free RentSome La Roche University students are enjoying unique living arrangements in exchange for free rent.
Pittsburgh Connections Abound At Grammy AwardsAll the stars were out for music’s biggest night on Sunday, and some of them have Pittsburgh connections.
WVU Doctors Hoping To Make Heart Health Testing Easier With MagnetocardiographyWith so many heart tests available, from EKGs to stress tests and nuclear studies and echocardiograms to heart MRIs, is there a smarter way to figure who needs which test?
LOOKING BACK: Pittsburgh News Year In Review 2019Before we turn the calendar to 2020 and start a brand new decade, let’s take a look back at the five biggest stories in Pittsburgh over the past year.
KDKA Survey: Nearly 70 Percent Of Parents Say Their Children Are BulliedWe've seen a lot of cases of bullying in the news in the last couple weeks. Despite all of the anti-bullying lessons at schools, it's not going away.
Company Aims To Change Classrooms Into Fortresses With Bullet-Resistant DoorsImagine there was a gunman inside your child's school and a door was the only thing between him and your kid. Round after round, he shoots, but can't get in.
Deck The Halls: Growing Number Of People Turning To Professional Decorators For The HolidaysIf you don’t want to deck the halls yourself, there are a growing number of professional decorators who will do the “decking” for you.