PSU study looks at how people react to daily stress.
Philly and Pittsburgh facilities in top 12.
Hand Surgeon is president-elect.
Area workers vie for bragging rights and prizes.
It's like a pacemaker for the brain.
J.C. Blair adds MRI services in State College.
Young heart survivors gather to raise awareness and research money.
Surgery rose dramatically in the under 64 crowd.
New medicine may help patients with both.
Local woman says a long course of antibiotics helped, but it's not the recommended treatment.
Nurses, families can help prevent delirium in older hospital patients.
FDA ready to review little pink pill.
Geriatric expert explains how to handle it.
Pitt researchers look at birth weights in southwestern Pa.
New study on how newborns are affected.
Exposure in boys associated with hyperactivity, impulsivity.
Aims to protect federal subsidies for residents enrolled in ACA.
Patients get tummy tucks, arm lifts, and thigh lifts to look better.
It's called the first breakthrough since the 1970's.
Local doctor offers new procedure.
Dementia experts talk about do's and don'ts for Alzheimer treatment
State-of-the-art way to protect young pitchers.
People more likely to react to red or black inks.
New program offered for local women.
New treatment for blown Achilles tendon.
Even mild disease can lead to fractures.
Pa. residents urged to protect against Lyme disease.
Penn State researcher part of international study.
Some VA Medical Centers say yoga relieves pain and stress.
Local elementary school holds walk-a-thon for 2nd grader.
Paraplegic excited about new technology.
It's your deodorant, lotion, food, beer and more...
Pitt study focused on southwestern Pa.
Organ combination is rare.
Researchers believe it could prevent rejection.
Survivors featured in fashion show.
Pain specialist offers new treatment.
Expanding its efforts to protect veterans.
Placebo works as well as steroids.
Local artists perform with elementary students with autism.
It targets the most common form of leukemia in adults.
Could lead to quicker diagnosis for illness that affects 40+ million people.
Mammogram recommended every 2 years for women 50+.
Long, hard winter may be responsible.
New report says the illness is legitimate.
It can lead to behavior problems that are misdiagnosed as ADHD.
Supplement may help high risk patients.
Can include hiccups.
X Chromosome from mother may play a role.
It brings hangover help to your door.