COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: St. Clair Hospital Installs Coronavirus 'Inactivating Technology'To keep the air clean, hospitals use positive pressure in some places to keep microbes from getting in, and negative pressure in other places to clear them out.
'Overloaded The System': People Are Waiting Longer For Coronavirus Test Results Due To Increased DemandWith increased demand for testing, the wait times for results are increasing, too.
Coronavirus Coverage: A Clue In The Heart May Help Researchers Predict Who Will Have A Harder Time With COVID-19There is a certain set of people who have a harder time with the coronavirus and it has to do with their hearts.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Reopening Businesses Face Risk Of Legionnaires' DiseaseAs businesses reopen, could another type of lung infection surface?
Around The Table: Answering Questions About Coronavirus With Dr. MariaKDKA answers viewer questions about the coronavirus.
Doctors At West Virginia University Trying To Change How Addiction Is Treated By Using Deep Brain StimulationDoctors are testing to see if deep brain stimulation is an effective treatment for addiction.
To Help Save Lives, Medical Professionals Use Life-Like Patient Simulator That Bleeds, Cries And SpeaksMedical professionals are taking advantage of a life-like pediatric simulator.
New Study Shows Lyme Disease Can Be Found In City ParksA new study shows ticks can be found in city parks.
App Helps People Navigate Dangerous AllergiesA new app is helping shoppers with food allergies.
Hybrid Ear Implant Offers Better Hearing ExperienceGoing out with friends is usually fun, but for Jon Adler it was torture.
Ebola Primer: How It Works And How It Spreads Ebola is a rare viral illness -- and now the CDC has diagnosed a case in the United States.
Cancer Researcher Stumbles Upon Concussion Treatment London Glenn, 13, had the football.
3-D Mammograms Could Make Catching Cancer A Bit Easier Jennifer Hoeft is no stranger to breast cancer.
Expert Explains How To Recognize Melanoma And Prevent ItWith pool season kicking off this weekend, experts say it’s a good time to remind everyone about sun safety.
Doctor Breaks Down Pros And Cons Of DIY DermatologyPeople will try all kinds of things on their skin for acne, spots, rashes and stings.