Dr. Maria Simbra
Cutting-edge technology is making surgeries safer for patients and easier for doctors.
Study: More Than One-Third Of U.S. Adults Use Prescription Drugs With Depression, Suicide As Potential Side Effects
A new study suggests more than a third of American adults take prescription medications that have depression listed as a potential side effect.
Every year, thousands of Americans get pancreatitis. It’s painful and potentially life-threatening, but now, a tiny breakthrough is providing big relief.
While there is no cure, a different kind of treatment for Parkinson’s disease is showing promise.
When cancer forms in places like the abdomen, it can be hard to target the treatment. But, there is an approach that can fight it.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first new class of migraine drugs to stop headaches before they even start.
Robotic Guide Dogs To Medical Testing: Hundreds Of Young Scientists Compete In Science & Engineering Fair
From all over the world, 1,800 young scientists have come to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Morning sickness during pregnancy is no joke, but now there’s a new and simple way to prevent it.
Traditionally, doctors have looked at where a cancer is coming from to target therapy. But, a new approach has come about in the last few years with medicines called immunotherapy.
Because depression can foreshadow dementia, researchers at UPMC are looking for 300 participants willing to make a two-year commitment to a study on brain structure and function along with blood tests and physical and mental challenges
Having a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit can put a lot of stress on parents, but some generous donations have helped bring some much-needed relief for families.
It’s a condition most people have never heard of, but it’s at epidemic proportions nationwide.
Pain while walking and cramping in your legs could be a sign of a pretty serious condition, but there could be a relatively simple solution to fix it.
If you’ve managed to escape the flu so far, there’s one thing you can do to increase your chances of preventing yourself from getting sick.
A study, including more than 6,000 healthy women in their first pregnancy at 41 hospitals across the United States, including Magee-Womens Hospital, looked at the outcomes of inducing labor as opposed to letting it happen on its own.