They allege that Indivior tried to keep cheaper, generic versions of Suboxone off the market.
The air flow unit was repaired Saturday, allowing for patients to be moved back into the impacted areas.
The disease affects one in five adults and can be directly tied to weight gain.
'Presumptive eligibility' algorithms let hospitals increase amount of charity care, but does it benefit patients?
The Oakland facility is diverting some admissions, and expects to have the air-handling unit fixed late Sunday.
Named Morphy, the corpse flower began opening Friday afternoon at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H..
The Hindmans and the Eatmans lost young men this week and decided to be open about their sons’ addictions.
Superintendent Michael Daniels says the boy was mistakenly given a cold lunch before a cashier realized the account was current.
The bloggers, more than a dozen mothers of children with serious allergies, embraced the effort Mylan outlined in a series of "summits."
The findings from a cluster of Hawaii cases represent the first in the U.S. that have shown such decreased susceptibility to antibiotics.
A significant number of hospitalizations among nursing home patients are potentially avoidable, several studies in recent years have shown.
The NIH grant of up to $14 million will allow researchers to explore the preconception effects of stress.
Nine months after the Pittsburgh-filmed “Concussion” was released, Bennet Omalu spoke at the New Hazlett Theater about his life and work.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lifted a warning for pregnant women to stay out of the Wynwood neighborhood altogether.
New treatments and research into the disease that struck down Mayor Richard S, Caliguiri and Gov. Robert P. Casey are giving people hope.
The news was well received by a Coraopolis family that has tirelessly advocated for the drug’s approval.
The Area Agency on Aging uses a six-week program to pass along techniques for handling stress while helping frail elderly.
After states pass laws permitting medical marijuana, drivers become less likely to test positive for opioids after fatal car accidents.
Nearly 9 out of 10 strokes are ischemic strokes, which occur when a clot inside a blood vessel blocks blood flow to the brain.
Val Vicari, who now runs troubled Torrance State Hospital, says more doctors, more exercise can help patients to move on.
Combined, the two diseases accounted for slightly more than half of all cancer deaths among Americans between the ages of 1 and 19 in 2014.
The agency says it added employees, improved training and implemented technology changes to properly record all calls.
State Rep. Rosemary Brown’s proposal to cap emergency prescribing of opioids has drawn opposition from doctors.
He acknowledged that he was overweight and taking a cholesterol-fighting drug, while she elaborated on her pneumonia and medicine.
The results call into question not only what treatment is best but also whether any treatment at all is needed for early-stage cases.
Allegheny county Board of Health moves to require lead testing of all infants
So many pregnant women have taken advantage of Florida’s offer of free Zika testing that state laboratories have been unable to keep pace.
Pitt launches project to research and assist caregivers’ needs on heels of comprehensive report calling for national strategy.
Gov. Tom Wolf hopes lawmakers can pass four anti-addiction measures this year, including emergency room prescribing rules.
Cancers are occurring at younger ages for those who worked at ground zero
Women fare better in national survey looking at connection between older adults’ sex lives and cardiovascular health.
Members of the Pittsburgh Area Peripheral Neuropathy Group detail theirs struggles of living with nerve damage, numbness and pain.
The new project is designed to make southwestern Pennsylvania a hub for study and innovation related to caregiving challenges.
Researchers and sports medicine experts believe the trend is a result of greater awareness about concussions and their potential risks.
Familylinks, which offers mental health and drug and alcohol treatment services, is holding its Recovery in the Community Day on Friday.
The world’s biggest generic drug company is still hoping to market a lower-cost rival to Mylan’s EpiPen late next year or early in 2018.
About 1.3 million fewer people were uninsured the first three months of this year, driving the uninsured rate to a record low 8.6 percent.
Her life with a new face was a miracle to many, but was also marred by infections, kidney trouble and hypertension linked to her treatment.
Allegheny General Hospital doctors will be on the sidelines of Steelers home games to aid players for the the first time in nearly 20 years.
Health officials say state’s first person infected with Zika through sex had partner who traveled in area with virus outbreak.
Western Oncolytics Ltd. is the third Pitt biotech outfit in recent years to quickly spark investor interest.
More than 1,000 people have signed up for the inaugural Pittsburgh Recovery Walk, scheduled for Saturday morning.
Eugene DePasquale said confusing information from state agencies may have led to inadequate reporting of backlogs from law enforcement.
The nearly $1 million federal grant will allow Allegheny County to expand services for children ages 5 to 18 and their families.
The firestorm surrounding the price of Mylan’s EpiPen is fueling interest in lower-cost alternatives to the emergency allergy treatment.
The new recommendation applies to men and women.
Attorney general said the pharmaceutical giant may have locked schools into non-competitive contracts.
No big surprises in advance of the flu season, but doctors are advising people to get the vaccine and prepare for the unexpected.
Fetal exposure to PCBs have been banned since the 1970s but traces are still in the environment and raises the risk of autism.
The week of intense talks were thwarted by political entrenchment and unfortunate timing.