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University of Pittsburgh researchers say Bayer employees in the Group Lifestyle Balance program cut their risk of diabetes, heart disease.
Pittsburgh fitness experts provide training strategies to get ready for the MS 150 Keystone Ride in July.
Research led by Sebastian Lundstrom and others at the University of Gothenburg suggests autism cases have stayed steady for years.
State Rep. Keith J. Greiner, R-Lancaster, says a mid-March primary next year would give state voters a bigger say in presidential nominees.
Soaring temperatures have gripped parts of southern and northern India in the extreme heat wave.
The game puts the player in the scene as a bystander at a sex assault, allows them to make decisions and then has different outcomes.
His call followed harsh criticism from Iraqi and Iranian quarters after the U.S. defense secretary questioned the Iraqi military.
Indian-American kids have placed a stranglehold on the bee, winning it now for seven years in a row and all but four of the last 15 years.
The University of Pittsburgh’s Shaun Eack will receive $3.2 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health.
Details of the Group Lifestyle Balance research involving Bayer employees and related research coming out of the University of Pittsburgh.
Federal authorities saw a pattern of unconstitutional policing and excessive use of force, people briefed on the case said Monday.
The move was a sign of growing security links between the three countries as tensions fester over China’s island building.
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders aims to ignite a grass-roots fire among left-leaning Democrats wary of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Lynn Patrone’s position grew out of a federal lawsuit challenging the treatment of state prison inmates with mental health issues.
Plus: 6 planes threatened, B.B. King poisioned?, Illinois Dems’ budget, Protester leaves Shell ship
Plus: British PM outlines referendum voting, Russia stages exercise, Olmert prison sentence
Health- and fitness-related events for the week following Tuesday, May 26, 2015.
The Forest Hills resident’s love for music and dedication to volunteering in his community were unsurpassed, his daughter says.
Teacher-student sex scandals in Plum and elsewhere have prompted a review of the use of social media and texting by educators.
Family hopes to resurrect cold case of missing man.
ISIS has killed at least 217 people execution-style, including children, since it moved into the Palmyra area, say human rights groups.
The Allegheny County agency will seek public input as it conducts a top-to-bottom review of its fare policies.
This May is already the wettest on record for several cities in the southern Plains states, with days still to go and more rain on the way.
The fall of Ramadi and Palmyra were the militant group's biggest successes since a U.S.-led coalition launched an air war to stop them.
Protesters took to the streets after Officer Michael Brelo, 31, was acquitted on charges of voluntary manslaughter and aggravated assault.
According to media reports, the mass graves were believed to contain the bodies of hundreds of migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh.
They were the most explicit remarks yet from Athens about the likelihood of default if talks fail.
The Irish people voted with a surprisingly strong 62 percent “yes” to enshrine the right to gay marriage in the country’s 1937 constitution.
After a fight between rival gangs outside a crowded restaurant left nine dead, police rounded up everyone on the scene wearing biker vests.
A German acoustics expert says Point State Park and Market Square were designed with no regard for sound pollution.
But the women — led by Gloria Steinem, the pioneering American feminist — did not walk across the demilitarized zone, as they had hoped.
It’s part of a bigger trend in the airline industry that has made it harder for travelers to comparison shop for flights.
Ashin Wirathu thinks he has more in common with the world’s most famous fictional spy, James Bond.
Access by the United Nations nuclear agency to some of Iran’s military sites has been a sticking point in negotiations Iran’s nuke program.
Speaking to 5,000 people at Arlington National Cemetery, Obama called the burial place “more than a final resting place for fallen heroes.”
She was a loopy, lovable comedian who launched a standup career with husband Jerry Stiller in the 1950s and found success as an actress.
Observers fear the small central African nation is sliding dangerously toward another civil war.
Standardized tests sometimes deserve a flunking grade.
Plus: Clinton email ‘witch hunt’, Officer shot to death, Protester leaves Shell ship
Plus: Landslide in Nepal, Putin signs law, Poland presidential vote
The FBI says it believes the same caller made the threats and the airliners were being screened as a precaution.
Kathy Kerestes, first female reporter for WTAE Radio who established “Women of Spirit” awards at Carlow University, dies at 61.
In Texas, crews searched for people believed to be missing after a vacation home was swept away by a river swollen from a line of storms.
Researchers took air samples in Carroll County, Ohio, where there are 480 permitted wells — the most in any of the state’s 88 counties.
The combined companies could have as many as 23 million customers, just behind Comcast's 27.2 million customers.
The $1 million project is designed to prevent sewage overflows from eastern neighborhoods and suburbs into Nine Mile Run at Frick Park.
From electronic implants to stem cells, University of Pittsburgh researchers and others seek ways to halt blindness.
The new Pittsburgh program mixes athletic training with academic rigor to give inner-city students a gateway to graduation.
A flexible master plan has allowed a relatively small school to sustainably develop nearly 400 acres of farmland in Richland Township.
Mr. Nash, who attended Carnegie Mellon, was killed along with his wife, Alicia, in a crash on Saturday.