Three successful high-risk open-heart surgeries for type A aortic dissection resulted in a meeting Tuesday between patients and surgeons.
Too many trauma centers in an area dilutes admissions at any one center, reducing a patient's odds of surviving, the study found.
The guidelines are aimed at preventing schools from discriminating against the growing numbers of students with the disorder.
Alan Jones joined the war against AIDS during the epidemic's worst years and now offers insights on life, death and HIV prevention.
William Lynn, who served in the Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia, has been in prison for nearly three years for child endangerment.
Two Republican legislative leaders say the challenge makes an assumption the average voter of the Commonwealth is uneducated.
Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission's top officers voted against the capital plan and now every project is being reviewed for cost and need.
Riverlife hopes that temporary project leads to permanent light on the Sister Bridges between Downtown and the North Shore.
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COVELLI, LARRY D.
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The charter schools are suing Pittsburgh Public Schools, saying the board violated Pa. law by voting to renew for one year instead of five.
Manchester Academic, Urban Academy of Greater Pittsburgh, Urban Pathways K-5 and Urban Pathways 6-12 say the district violated state law.
Be cautious of how much sun you take in. Skin cancer is diagnosed in about 3.3 million Americans every year.
Plus: A vet’s breakfast is paid for by a stranger; she left her credit card at home and another customer paid for her groceries.
The chief offered Pittsburgh as a model for the kind of dialogue he said was necessary to restore trust in police.
For Democrats trying to avert the splintering the party, incorporating the Sanders mindset into the platform is a way to solve the problem.
Some in their 60s and 70s worry ‘their life span is going to outpace their wealth span.’
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says state is lax in ensuring facilities provide sufficient nurses, aides to care for patients.