With at-home testing becoming scarce, how can we know how long to isolate, when to test, and what our risks are with COVID-19? KDKA's John Shumway has answers.
Vaccination Concerns (Pt. 2)With at-home testing becoming scarce, how can we know how long to isolate, when to test, and what our risks are with COVID-19? KDKA's John Shumway has answers.
Vaccination Concerns (Pt. 1)As we continue to see COVID-19 cases rise amid the Omicron variant, Dr. David Agus tells KDKA's John Shumway that without the vaccines, we'd be in a much worse place.
CGI Tech Center: Tone And SculptPTL's Mikey Hood has a look at a new health app -- Tone & Sculpt!
New Pure Barre Studio Opens DowntownPTL's Daisy Jade visits the new Pure Barre studio downtown for a workout!
US Blood Supply At A Dangerously Low LevelThe nation's blood supply is dangerously low, prompting the Red Cross to announce a national blood crisis for the first time; KDKA's Briana Smith reports.
Pitt Opens New Semester With Remote LearningDue to the surge in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant, the University of Pittsburgh has opened their spring semester with remote learning.
Setting Resolutions And Sticking To ThemSports psychologist Dr. Aimee Kimball, of KPEX Consulting, looks at what we can learn from professional athletes when setting New Year's resolutions.
Eye On Health: New Year's ResolutionsPTL's Daisy Jade talks with Dr. Anthony Mannarino, the Chair of the AHN Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Institute, talks about setting New Year's resolutions.
UPMC Children's Opens 2nd COVID UnitAs COVID-19 cases among children surge, UPMC Children's Hospital has made the decision to open a second COVID-19 unit. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has the latest.
Doctors Concerned Over 'Flurona' Double InfectionsAn increase in children and adults testing positive for both COVID-19 and the flu is raising concerns among medical professionals. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the details.
CDC, FDA Update COVID-19 Booster Shot InformationThe FDA has expanded the emergency use authorization for Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine boosters to children ages 12 to 15.
FDA Expands Pfizer Boosters For Kids As Young As 12The FDA is expanding Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for U.S. children as young as 12 as the Omicron variant spreads.
Tech Center: FitOn AppIn this week's CGI Tech Report, PTL's Mikey Hood has a closer look at the new FitOn app!
Transformation Tuesday: Realistic New Year's ResolutionsWellness and weight loss coach Jackie Hale has some tips on setting reachable health goals in the New Year.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Updates COVID-19 CasesThe Allegheny County Health Department has updated the number of COVID-19 cases recorded during the Christmas holiday.
Eye On Health: Pediatric COVID-19 VaccinesPTL's Heather Abraham talks with Dr. Joe Aracri, the chair of AHN's Pediatric Institute, about COVID-19 vaccines for kids.
Ask Dr. G: Holiday Season UncertaintyWe're chatting with resiliency expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa about how to approach getting out this holiday season amid new COVID-19 concerns.
Alzheimer's Association 'Time To Talk' CampaignDiane Powell, of the Black Women for Positive Change group, stops by with more information and her her own family's personal journey with Alzheimer's disease.
Local Public Health Officials Encouraging 16-Year-Olds And 17-Year-Olds To Get Booster ShotThe state department of health is encouraging 16 and 17-year-olds to get a COVID-19 vaccine booster.
Eye On Health: ACA Open EnrollmentPTL's David Highfield is talking with Highmark's Bill Tuthill about finding the right healthcare plan during ACA Open Enrollment.
Dr. Marlene Boas: Finding Joy In Life Year RoundCertified life coach Dr. Marlene Boas has some advice on how to find the joy in life, not just during the holiday season, but all year round!
Transformation Tuesday: Stress Reducing FoodsWellness coach Jackie Hale has a look at some stress reducing foods for the busy holiday season in this Transformation Tuesday!
CDC Says HIV Rates DroppingOn World AIDS Day, the CDC says that HIV rates in adult white males have dropped.
Uncertainty Surrounds New Omicron Variant: 'We Don't Have Answers Yet'News of the new omicron variant comes as crushing disappointment to those of us who had hoped the pandemic would lift after the delta surge was over. And while the concerns are great, so is the uncertainty; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.