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  • Pedestrian Killed in Car Accident Outside Heinz Hall

    April 20, 2017

    Two male pedestrians were struck down on Liberty Avenue and Sixth Street by a taxicab, according to officials. A witness stated that a taxi driver struck down the pedestrians, killing one, after losing control of the vehicle at about 8:45p.m. The killed pedestrian was identified as a 55-year-old resident of Carnegie. According to the Allegheny […]

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  • 47-Year-Old Woman Killed in Westmoreland County Car Crash

    April 19, 2017

    State police say a three-vehicle car crash resulted in the death of a Salem resident The crash reportedly took place south of Forbes road on Route 819 around 1:30 PM. The victim has been identified as a 47-year-old Salem resident. According to local authorities, she was driving an SUV when she crossed the centerline of […]

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  • Breast Cancer Treatment Knowledge Lacking Among Woman With Breast Cancer

    April 05, 2017

    Breast Cancer Treatment Knowledge Lacking Among Woman With Breast Cancer  A recent study of 1,132 breast cancer patients done at the University of Michigan shows that many women poorly understand the risks and benefits of breast cancer treatment options  The author of the study Dr. Sarah Hawley stated that the information may be delivered to […]

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  • Errors At Doctors Offices

    April 03, 2017

    Errors at Pittsburgh Doctors’ Offices A recent study on errors in doctor’s offices showed that 60% of the errors found were related to reporting test results to the doctor. The study sponsored by the American Academy of Family Physicians and the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality also reports that 18% of the errors […]

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  • Vitamins Dont Prevent Heart Disease

    March 30, 2017

    Vitamins Don’t Prevent Heart Disease   Vitamins C and E — pills taken by millions of Americans — do nothing to prevent heart disease in men, one of the largest and longest studies of these supplements has found.Vitamin E even appeared to raise the risk of bleeding strokes, a danger seen in at least one […]

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  • Pregnant Women In Rural Area At Increased Risk Of Preeclampsia

    March 25, 2017

    Pregnant Women in Rural Area at Increased Risk of Preeclampsia A recent study shows that pregnant women who live in rural areas are at a 56% increased risk to develop preeclampsia and other pregnancy induced hypertensive disorders.  Preeclampsia causes a rapid increase in blood pressure. Some other signs of preeclampsia include right upper quadrant pain, […]

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  • Hospital Delay In Administering Angioplasty To Heart Attack Patients Almost Doubles Death Rate

    March 22, 2017

    Hospital delay in administering angioplasty to heart attack patients practically doubles death rate A new study documents the importance of hospitals giving heart attack patients prompt angioplasty.  So-called “system delay” in treating patients with heart attacks — the time from the first ambulance call to the start of angioplasty or other hospital treatment — almost […]

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  • Man Killed In Truck Accident On I80 Truck Accident Lawyers

    March 22, 2017

    Man Killed in Truck Accident on I-80 Truck Accident Lawyers Yesterday a man was killed in a truck crash on Interstate 80 in Mercer County.  The car he was riding in crashed into a tractor-trailer.  There were more than about 2.5 million injuries.  More than 4,800 people were killed in large truck crashes. If you […]

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  • New Study Gives More Hope For Surviving Aggressive Prostate Cancer

    March 22, 2017

    New Study Gives More Hope for Surviving Aggressive Prostate Cancer It’s long been believed that patients with aggressive prostate cancer are not candidates for surgery.  A new study presented at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association found that surgery provides long-term cancer control in these cases.  Patients with the most aggressive form […]

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  • Birth Size Linked to Breast Cancer Risk

    March 22, 2017

    Birth Size Linked to Breast Cancer Risk  Women who are heavier and longer at birth are at increased risk of developing breast cancer later in life, British researchers report. As birth weight and length increases, so does the risk for breast cancer, according to the results of a study published in the Sept. 30 online […]

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