Hand Sanitizer Exposures On Rise; Mother Warns Other Parents After Kindergartener Collapses From Alcohol PoisoningA Moon Township mother has a warning for every parent out there about hand sanitizer.
Pittsburgh Poison Center Expands Phone Lines To Cover COVID-19 QuestionsAs more variant cases are being found across the nation, people are looking for more information on how it will impact them.
'Mr. Yuk' Sticker Turns 50 Years Old This WeekWe want to wish a happy birthday to Pittsburgh icon "Mr. Yuk."
Benadryl Challenge: Doctors Warn New Social Media Trend Is Potentially Dangerous To ChildrenParents be warned: there is a new challenge on social media that could be dangerous for children.
UPMC Doctor Advises Against Taking Hydroxychloroquine After Pres. Donald Trump Announces He's Using The Controversial Drug As Coronavirus ProtectionA Pittsburgh doctor recommends not taking hydroxychloroquine after Pres. Donald Trump said he is using the medication as protection against the coronavirus.
'Extremely Dangerous': Health Officials And Doctors Warn People Not To Inject Or Ingest Disinfectants To Treat CoronavirusPresident Trump is pushing back over criticism that he questioned if doctors could inject patients with disinfectant to help those with coronavirus.
'Mr. Yuk' Sticker Creator Honored By City Of PittsburghThe creator of the famous "Mr. Yuk" warning stickers was honored by the City of Pittsburgh.
Not So Child-Proof: Report Shows Thousands Of Children Annually End Up In The ER After Getting Into MedsA new report shows that thousands of children each year are sent to the emergency room after they accidentally get into medications at home.
Local Doctor: Eating Seeds To Get High Could Be FatalA dangerous trend has resurfaced. Across the country, teens and young adults are eating seeds to get high.
Local Kids Sickened After Eating Laundry Detergent PacketsLaundry detergent packets might be a great alternative to the messes caused by liquid detergents, but children have been eating them and getting sick. Ten kids from our area have eaten the packets, according to Ed Krenzelok from the Pittsburgh Poison Center.