'It's Going To Be A Marathon, Not A Sprint': 6-Year-Old Boy Living With AFM Facing Long Road To RecoveryInstead of playing sports like a lot of 6-year-old boys, Bryson Ackermann is going to weekly therapy sessions, trying to get his life back.
How Much Video Game Time Is Too Much? Ways Parents Can Combat Their Child's 'Fortnite' AddictionParents across the country are complaining that Fortnite and other video games have taken over their children's lives to the point that some have become addicted.
New Knee Device Helping Patients With Intermediate OsteoarthritisThere's a new treatment option for knee pain sufferers who don't want to go under the knife for a replacement.
KDKA Investigates: CBD Oil Supporters Are Believers Despite A Lack Of ProofCBD Oil is growing in popularity. People who use it, swear by it. But critics say it amounts to nothing more than snake oil.
Could WVU's New Micropellet Injection Offer Sciatica Patients Some Relief?If you've ever dealt with back pain, specifically sciatica, you know it's not fun. Some local doctors are trying out a new option to treat it, using a common medicine for blood pressure, but putting a unique twist on it.
WVU Researchers Working On Treatment To Help Reverse Effects Of Alzheimer's DiseaseSome exciting work is underway at West Virginia University that could be the key to battling it.
'There's Signs In Handwriting That Will Make Me Scared': Expert Says Handwriting Examination An Important Part Of 'Threat Analysis'How we write is very telling, and it could actually be a warning sign that something more sinister is lurking.
Does It Really Do That? Collar PressWhat if a device could do some of your ironing for you while your clothes dry? That's exactly what the maker of the Collar Press claims it can do.
Better Business Bureau Issues Warning About 6 Common Holiday ScamsWith the holiday shopping season upon us, there are many deals to be had. While you're trying to save money, scammers are hoping to cash in on everyone's love of a good deal.
New Topical Treatment For Skin Spots Showing Positive ResultsThe rough, raised, gray or brown spots are called seborrheic keratoses, more commonly known as wisdom spots, they are hereditary and benign, but they can be irritating.
UPMC Children's Hospital Researchers Working On 'Groundbreaking' Procedure To Cure DiabetesThirty million Americans are living with diabetes and hoping someday to be cured. That day could come sooner than expected, thanks to a team of researchers at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
New Treatment Offers Hope For Those Suffering From Excessive SweatingIdentical twins Jocelyn and Haley Lehotsky have the same embarrassing problem -- they sweat too much.