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Addiction to opioids can be insidious for patients, but new Pennsylvania guidelines can give doctors more tools to ward off problems.
Although Pope Francis’ people aren’t confirming it yet, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput said the pontiff has accepted an invitation.
The traffic split will be removed but the right lane will continue to be an exit-only lane at East Ohio Street.
Fierce fighting gripped a dozen towns, blocking an international police force from reaching the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Annual trustees forecast of two largest entitlement programs shows forces reining in health care spending are extending Medicare funds.
The small dip is adding to concerns about the strength of the economic recovery.
Islamic State fighters sought to blow up 840-year-old leaning tower, but residents formed human chain to guard it, and militants backed
PLUS: China targets church symbols; oil fire rages in Libya; Liberia borders nearly closed; U.S.: Russia violated pact; Russia loses Yukos
With tight margins and a tough operating environment, UPMC is scrutinizing every part of the supply chain to save pennies in multiples.
As state financial aid application deadlines approach, scammers are targeting college students and families.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, you are miserable.
Long Island man has helped nation by recording weather since 1930.
The details of tax policy, more than almost anything else in politics, make people???s eyes glaze over. It???s a shame that
So, did Governor Corbett cut state spending on education? Or did he increase it? Well, it depends. Education is the most