Local Researcher Studying Ways To Extend The Lives Of PetsIs there a way to help your dog or cat live longer? And not just longer, but also with a better quality of life?
"Connor's Cure" Raising Money For Pediatric Brain, Spinal Cancer A local child's brave battle against cancer inspired a new charity, with some professional wrestling star power behind it.
Former Pittsburgher Was Researcher In New Bestseller On "Zodiac Killer" A new book just out on California’s infamous Zodiac Killer is on the New York Times Bestseller List.
Research: Autism Set In Motion Before BirthNew research points to autism being set in motion even before birth.
Johns Hopkins Teaming Up With Allegheny Health NetworkThe statistics are stunning: 44 percent of American women will develop a life-threatening cancer in their lifetime.
Could The "Instagram Diet" Help You Shed Pounds?Just a picture of a decadent dessert or an enticing entrée can make our mouths water.
Thousands "Step Out" To Raise Money For Diabetes ResearchThousands were out on the North Shore Sunday for the annual “Step Out” walk to stop diabetes.
Can Sprite Cure A Hangover?
New Study Says Omega-3 Benefits To Memory May Be OverratedFoods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids are supposed to have many health benefits, especially for your heart and brain. But a new study suggests the benefits for your memory might be a bit overrated.
Budget Cuts Threaten Local Energy LabThe National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), with two big facilities in South Park and Morgantown, is not well-known, but -- working with local universities -- it's America's fossil fuel research lab.
New Study Focuses On Autism, Development Of Language SkillsNiko Stevens loves playing with his big brother, Shawn. Niko is 3. He is autistic and doesn't speak.
New Study Focuses On Light Drinking During PregnancyNew research suggests that light drinking during pregnancy may not be harmful to the child later on in life.
Study: 75% Of Packaged Food For Toddlers Has Too Much SaltThree new studies about salt were presented Thursday at a meeting of the American Heart Association. One shows that most packaged food for toddlers contain more than the recommended amount.
Researchers: BPA May Increase Chance Of Childhood AsthmaLike many moms, Laura Lieb worries about how chemicals in cans and plastics could affect her 3-year-old. She takes steps to avoid one in particular - bisphenol a, also known as BPA.