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.
New HeartFlow Test Helping To Diagnose, Treat Heart DiseaseHeart disease can sometimes be difficult to diagnose, especially if a stress test comes back normal, but a new test is helping to change that.
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.
New Rapid Flu Test Much Faster, Much More AccurateA new kind of rapid flu test is fast, easy and 99 percent accurate.
New Shock Treatment Showing Promise For COPD PatientsA new treatment for a common lung problem is showing promise for some patients.
Common Blood Pressure Medicine Linked To Skin CancerResearchers have found a connection between a common medicine for high blood pressure and a certain type of cancer.
CDC: Cancer Projected To Be Top Cause Of Death Within 2 YearsThe CDC projects cancer will overtake heart attacks as the number one killer within two years.
New Program Helping Doctors Pinpoint Source Of Patients’ Breathing ProblemsA new program at UPMC is now helping patients find out what's causing their undiagnosed breathing troubles, and making sure they get the right treatment.
First U.S. Patient To Get New ALS Drug Passes Away, Still Fighting To Help OthersRene Fogarty made medical history as the first person in North America to receive Radicava. Sadly, the treatment ended up not working for him.
Study: Heart Attack Risk Increases When Temperature Drops Below Freezing Is there such thing as heart attack season? To look at this with more detail, researchers did a study in Sweden, where medical records are kept systematically.
Migraines, Severe Headaches Could Signal More Serious Blood Vessel ProblemMigraines can be debilitating, but sometimes, severe headaches can signal a more serious problem.