Studies show that beets and beetroot juice, despite the taste, reduce blood pressure and improve cardiovascular health among other benefits.
Blue Zones are places worldwide where people live longest, inspiring a project to replicate their results in communities nationwide.
Scientist Kathryn Whitehead leads Carnegie Mellon lab in creating and testing nanoparticles for medical purposes using “badger” approach.
Also, a portion of Smithfield Street, Downtown, will be closed to traffic for seven months for the final phase of a reconstruction project.
Lawmakers who support it estimate that an expansion of some sort could mean hundreds of millions of dollars in one-time license fees.
The high court released a news release today that said it’s retained an independent lawyer to look into the matter and issue a report.
The tiny span will have a huge impact on how traffic flows into Oakland, Squirrel Hill and Greenfield. “It’s going to hurt.”
A northbound lane and parking lane on Smithfield Street, Downtown, will be closed from Fourth to Fifth avenues.
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Bill Cosby received an honorary degree from Pitt during Pitt-Johnstown's 2002 graduation, where he was commencement speaker.
Merger discussions between the neighboring schools have been ongoing over 30 years, with at least four formal attempts to merge occurring.
There’s plenty of reasons we’re better off with the Pirates’ early demise.
Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.