It's a small recall, but wrong drug could be in the bottle.
Doesn't even require surgery.
Who's a better role model for young girls?
Local dietitian says moderation and variety are key to healthy living.
It's now considered a "regional" illness.
Gene therapy could make immune system resist HIV.
Will it protect you from germs and disease?
May compare with heart disease and cancer in the number of deaths.
People who eat a lot of animal protein may not live as long.
Bare-bones health plans may be offered longer.
Can make you more likely to have a heart attack.
Mix together honey, ginger, lemon, and water.
Doctors at Pitt and Temple are enrolling patients.
FDA allows a generic.
You have until the end of the month to have insurance!
Also treats rosacea and dark circles under the eyes.
Nurses sign a new 3 year contract with UPMC Altoona.
Nearly 30 million Americans, half of them children, are affected.
Maker says it's quicker and more effective.
Procedure may affect baby's metabolism.
Feds say application process is complete. Asks public to comment.
It's a simple blood test.
40 groups ask FDA to rescind drug's approval.
Pitt researchers say it's very different than most common type.
Penn State researchers have the answer.
They can be sold as tobacco or medicine.
Lets patients avoid multiple colonoscopies.
College of Medicine announces its first physician assistant class.
Obama administration also wants to ditch soda ads.
It's being called polio-like.
Zohydro may be 10 times stronger than hydrocodone.
Researchers will tackle Parkinson's and traumatic brain injury.
Study involves moms who took acetaminophen.
Some patients can avoid risky surgery and taking meds.
Local doc says so.
What parents should look for.
It helps them learn how to eat.
Maternity patients will be referred to DuBois beginning in April.
It's the case here in Pa. and across the nation.
Local representative says it's costing people jobs and health coverage.
Area schools get digital screening machines.
In a small study, it put 88% of patients into remission.
Governor proposes alternative to Medicaid expansion.
Will support request for Medicaid Waiver
It fixes the heart.
Families flocking to Colorado for "Charlotte's Web" strain.
It may relieve anxiety, but side-effects are worrisome.
Hundreds are competing.
Epilepsy and migraine medicine may help drinkers who can't or won't quit.
Medical tests spot the 3 stages.
HPV survives hand sanitizers and hospital sterilization.
The number of cases seems to have peaked.
Designed to reduce weight and lower blood sugar.
Freeze your fat away.
It opens up their airways.
Gives women more information on test.
Researchers trying to help kids with severe peanut sensitivity.
They'll help you live longer.
Docs with cell phones can make immediate diagnoses.
They're asking CVS not to sell them.
Pharmacy chain planning to phase out tobacco.
Asteroid field is really thousands of breast cancer samples....
Are they safer than tobacco? Can they help you kick the habit?
Researchers say it's 80% accurate.
Blood pressure problems can start in young adults.
Every county in Pa. offers help for addicts and their families.
Changing it could help you lose weight.
Amputee controls prosthetic leg with his mind.
Pennsylvania researchers training dogs for early detection.
If you have flu symptoms please don't visit patients!
New treatment designed to block pain.
State Health Department encouraging smoking bans.
They both got the most recent cruise illness.
Local patients stand up and walk a few hours after surgery
Obesity can start in kindergarten.
It's one of the most common causes of food poisoning in the United States
The cure may be in the ribs.
15 deaths occurred in last one-week reporting period.
A new study tells what works, what doesn't.
Doctors are testing new technology.
Restless nights affect the immune system.
One study says it may prevent 100,000 cases of breast cancer.
It may prevent a problem that threatens the life of both mother and baby.
Statewide group endorses Pa. Senate bill.
Some doctors say there's a new, better medical tool.
If you need extra help, find out how to choose a light box.
Consumer Reports is targeting Pepsi One.
New criteria may reduce number of diagnoses.
Stem cell transplants for patients with no matching donors.
Ruling affects which kids can remain on CHIP.
It involves inflating a balloon in your stomach.
It kills an estimated 20,000 residents a year.
Study looks at all drug approvals between 2005 and 2012.
UVA light may be lower blood pressure.
Happier older people live longer.
More fatal ODs from prescriptions than from heroin and cocaine.
Vitamin relieved patients' pain.
Researchers say they may be able to custom-make what people need.
May eventually be used for macular degeneration.
State house votes to test for more disorders.