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Gong Chen’s research focuses on restoring brain cells and function, and he hopes to raise needed donations through crowdfunding.
Only 45 percent said they were told they had the disease, although some experts believe physicians are afraid to cause emotional stress.
The lane closures will occur at the bridge carrying the Pennsylvania Turnpike over Route 19.
Experts are not sure what the Hays eagles will do, now that they have no eggs to look after.
To help calm those marathon jitters, we took a look at four cool accessories to help you cross the finish line.
Water heaters bought after the standards go into effect April 16 will be slightly larger than current models.
Even as the U.S. is pursuing a breakthrough framework, Saudi Arabia is directing a broad regional assault against the Tehran government.
A listing of health- and fitness-related events for the week starting March 31, 2015.
The law was rushed through the Legislature late last year after a convicted cop killer made a recorded commencement address to a college.
The co-pilot believed to have intentionally crashed a German jet in the French Alps last week had treatment over “a long period of time.”
The prisoner escaped the custody of a private security guard with the officer's gun, police said.
A former Secret Service agent and a former Drug Enforcement Administration agent have been charged with fraud.
An air strike Monday by a Saudi-led Arab coalition killed at least 40 at a Yemen refugee camp.
Classes to promote weight loss and muscle toning in women will meet Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays for four weeks.
This recipe for halibut is a spicy fish dish that’s packed with protein.
Lawyers for six former Philadelphia policemen charged with stealing millions in cash and drugs called the case a fiction.
Indiana is the latest state to pass a religious protection act, legislation that has changed its meaning over time.
U.S. Supreme Court justices held Monday that ankle-bracelet monitoring programs constitute a search.
Ms. Rosenthal committed herself to spreading appreciation of and support for the arts.
Rev. Dennis J. Colamarino, pastor of the Christ the Light of the World Parish in Duquesne, dealt with Lou Gehrig’s disease with grace.
Plus: High-profile Mo. suicides; Transportation bill sent; Bomb prosecution rest.
Plus: Olmert found guilty; New machete attack; Abe seeks regional summit.
A prison-community garden project falls to bureaucratic interpretation of governor’s no-gift order.
Researchers analyzed 1,691 crash videos and observed potential distractions in 58.5 percent of them.
The outbound side will close at 10 p.m. today and Tuesday from Green Tree to Interstate 79.
Reconstruction and other improvements will occur on nearly nine miles from the Washington County line to Millers Run Road.
Periodic lane closures are possible from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for traffic signal work on Trion Road, Perrymont Road and Washington Boulevard.
A lane closure was scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. between Clearview Road and Murray Avenue.
Nemacolin Woodlands is celebrating the first anniversary of its Holistic Healing Center and the end of the resort’s $30 million renovation.
Success in online fundraising depends on many factors, according to those who operate such platforms.
Pittsburgh breakthroughs are highlighted in “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,” which will air today through Wednesday on WQED-TV.
The bill, up for a final vote Tuesday, cuts the number of members on the Commission on Naming Public Properties to three from 11.
The state Department of Environmental Protection gives Alcosan’s 83 communities an 18-month extension to develop “green” infrastructure.
The force is intended to thwart growing Iranian influence in the region.
Both sides looking for leverage as they struggle to reach framework for a deal.
Tensions high as candidates look to avoid a runoff.
An FBI spokeswoman said the incident was not believed to be linked to terrorism.
The family has not yet been questioned in the investigation out of “decency.”
The defense has made it clear that its strategy is not to win an acquittal for Tsarnaev but to save him from the death penalty.
White House says Gov. Mike Pence is in “damage-control mode.”
Police said there were 18 people on the van; the driver and seven passengers are confirmed dead.
A Pew study found 9 out of 10 Americans recognize their digital lives aren’t secret.
Two candidates, attorney Kirk Burkley and long-time parent volunteer Lynda Wrenn, are cross-filed for the District 4 seat in Pittsburgh.
South Fayette police say Linda Marcolini’s blood-alcohol was more than twice the state’s legal limit after she crashed on Dec. 22.
The justices are considering the ramifications of a California case for free speech.
The airline’s ticketing system went down, preventing passengers from checking in with the popular airline.
Former high school principal was one example of a life well lived.
The N.Y. attorney general accused Pittsburgh-based GNC and three other major retailers of selling supplements that could pose health risks.
A proposed constitutional amendment, backed by nonprofits, purports to give legislators increased power to decide who receives exemptions.
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