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Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community helps charitable organizations across Pennsylvania raise reco
Virginia
PITTSBURGH, Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With participation from nearly 16,000 walkers, the 2014 Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community, held in five locations across Pennsylvania this spring, helped 184 local non-profit organizations raise a record-breaking $1.19 million. This marks the fourth consecutive year that the walks in Bethlehem, Erie, Harrisburg, Johnstown and Pittsburgh have generated ...
August 19 2014
PennFuture: Many voices in support of EPA's Clean Power Plan on day one of two-day public heari
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- During a public hearing today in Pittsburgh and at a press conference and rally, elected officials, health experts, labor leaders, industry leaders, and environmental advocates highlighted the public health benefits of the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed carbon pollution standard for existing power plants as they urged ...
August 15 2014
Expert: Pa. didn't address fracking health impacts
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pennsylvania's former health secretary says the state has failed to seriously study the potential health impacts of one of the nation's biggest natural gas drilling booms.
August 11 2014
CareDx and Allegheny General Hospital Launch Research Study of Novel Test to Screen Heart Transplan
Pennsylvania
BRISBANE, Calif. and PITTSBURGH -- CareDx, Inc. a molecular diagnostics company focused on the development and commercialization of clinically differentiated, high value, non-invasive surveillance solutions ...
August 10 2014
Allegheny Health Network Launches State's First EMS Pre-hospital Telemedicine Program at Allegh
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH PA -- via PRWEB - Allegheny Health Network is the first in the state to launch a Pre-hospital Telemedicine program for use in the Emergency Medical Services community. The Lower Kiski and A-K ...
August 10 2014
Questions raised about future leadership of Pittsburgh VA hospitals
Pennsylvania
Roiled by a fatal disease outbreak, a secret waiting list and congressional criticism, federal veterans hospitals in Allegheny County might be hard-pressed to recruit a ...
August 10 2014
Cases of Lyme disease on the uptick in the Pittsburgh region
Pennsylvania
It's time for Western Pennsylvania residents to pick up a new habit, according to the Allegheny Health Network: checking for ticks after spending time outside.
August 10 2014
Abused boy ate insects to survive, 'looked like Holocaust victim,' police say
Pennsylvania
A 7-year-old Pennsylvania boy who reportedly was nearly starved to death, suffered regular beatings and resorted to eating insects has been released from the hospital and is now in foster care, WPXI-TV – Pittsburgh reports . Child welfare workers, responding to a complaint, found the child looking like a human skeleton in a home in Greenville last month, police said. The boy’s mother, 28-year ...
August 05 2014
Boy found starved in Pennsylvania home, authorities say
Pennsylvania
By Elizabeth Daley PITTSBURGH (Reuters) - The mother and grandparents of a Pennsylvania boy, who authorities say was starved nearly to death, are facing criminal charges, according to court documents. The 7-year-old boy weighed less than 25 pounds (11 kg) when he was found last month at a home in Greenville in western Pennsylvania by child welfare workers investigating a report of "a boy who ...
August 05 2014
Test increases odds of correct surgery for thyroid cancer patients
Pennsylvania
( University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences ) The routine use of a molecular testing panel increases the likelihood of performing the correct initial surgery for thyroid cancer patients by 30 percent, the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, partner with University of Pittsburgh Medical Center CancerCenter, reports in the Annals of Surgery. The test is available at the ...
August 04 2014
Tucked into Pa. bill, funding that critics call pork
Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG - Hospitals from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. A performing arts center in Center City. An ambulance association in Montgomery County.
August 01 2014
Corbett concerned by immigrant kids coming to Pa.
Smicksburg, pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Gov. Tom Corbett says he's concerned about health risks presented by immigrant children who have overwhelmed border facilities in recent months and worried that state dollars would be necessary to care for children coming to Pennsylvania.
July 31 2014
Indiana News
Pennsylvania
ARMSTRONG TOWNSHIP — Authorities reported a 1-year-old child was airlifted to a Pittsburgh hospital for treatment of injuries following a collision Wednesday evening on Route 422 near Trim Tree Road.
July 24 2014
Allegheny Health Network and Johns Hopkins Medicine Sign 5-Year Definitive Agreement for Cancer Col
Nelson, pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- via PRWEB - Officials at Allegheny Health Network and Johns Hopkins Medicine today announced that a definitive agreement has been signed by the two organizations that establishes a five-year ...
July 23 2014
DA hiring doctor to study school stabbing suspect
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The district attorney has gotten court permission to hire a doctor to mentally evaluate a 16-year-old boy charged in a mass stabbing at a Pennsylvania high school.
July 19 2014
Pittsburgh billionaire's will sheds little light on his wealth
Pennsylvania
By David DeKok HARRISBURG Penn. (Reuters) - Pittsburgh area billionaire and conservative political activist Richard Mellon Scaife's will has shed little light on the size of his wealth and where it will go. His lawyer confirmed on Sunday the will was filed and made public Friday at Westmoreland County Orphan’s Court in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, but it raised more questions than answers about the ...
July 19 2014
UPMC-Highmark contract dispute has state poised to step in
Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG --The state attorney general's review of the UPMC-Highmark contract dispute is reaching its end stage, with a legal complaint against UPMC prepared in case discussions between regulators and the Pittsburgh health care giants do not resolve key issues, according to several people with knowledge of the matter.
July 15 2014
Supreme Court to hear DA's timeline murder appeal
Pennsylvania
A man convicted in the death of a Pittsburgh woman who died 14 years after an attack left her in a vegetative state is seeking a lesser sentence.
July 09 2014
Attorney: Pa. Teen mass stabbing suspect mentally ill
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The attorney for a teenager accused in a mass stabbing at a Pennsylvania high school says the 16-year-old boy's mental condition is deteriorating and he needs psychiatric care.
July 06 2014
Conjoined twins die at home in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
INDIANA, Pa. (AP) — Conjoined twin brothers have died in their western Pennsylvania home a little more than two months after they were born. The Indiana County coroner’s office tells The Associated Press the boys had been receiving hospice care at their home in Indiana, Pennsylvania, about 45 miles north of Pittsburgh, before they died […]
July 03 2014
Conjoined Western Pennsylvania Twins Die at Home
Pennsylvania
INDIANA, Pa. — Conjoined twin brothers have died in their western Pennsylvania home a little more than two months after they were born. The Indiana County coroner’s office tells The Associated Press the boys had been receiving hospice care at their home in Indiana, Pennsylvania, about 45 miles north of Pittsburgh, before they died Tuesday.…
July 03 2014
Conjoined twins, just over two months old, die in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
By Elizabeth Daley PITTSBURGH (Reuters) - Conjoined twin boys in Pennsylvania whose parents opted not to separate them have died at just over 2 months old, authorities said on Wednesday. Garrett and Andrew Stancombe of Indiana, Pennsylvania, were born on April 10 conjoined at the torso and sharing a heart and liver. They were released from the hospital when they were 4 days old and died at home ...
July 03 2014
$250K settlement reached in Forest County inmate's killing
Thompson, Pennsylvania
The state has agreed to pay $250,000 to settle a Pittsburgh woman's claims that officials' mishandling of mentally ill inmates caused her father to be murdered by his cellmate in a state prison in Forest County.
June 29 2014
Attorney: Teen mass stabbing suspect mentally ill
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The attorney for a teenager accused in a mass stabbing at a Pennsylvania high school says the 16-year-old boy's mental condition is deteriorating and he needs psychiatric care. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (http://bit.ly/1rIaJLX ) says attorney Patrick Thomassey filed a petition in Westmoreland County on Friday ...
June 28 2014
Former Pa. Gov. Thornburgh has stroke
Pennsylvania
Dick Thornburgh is recovering at a Pittsburgh hospital after suffering a mild stroke this weekend in Westmoreland County.
June 28 2014
Little-known Treasury fund has tab for VA settlements
Austin, pennsylvania
Medical malpractice and other foul-ups from the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System could cost the government hundreds of thousands — if ...
June 27 2014
Patients First initiative delivers certainty for health care consumers in Western Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, June 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Western Pennsylvania residents will have access to doctors and hospitals and new levels of protection against health care disruption under the terms of a new accord announced today by Gov. Tom Corbett in Harrisburg. Highmark Health fully supports the arrangement, formally two consent decrees, noting that it provides a "roadmap" for how Highmark members ...
June 27 2014
Pittsburgh man convicted in couple’s shooting deaths in Beaver County
Media, Pennsylvania
A Pittsburgh man was convicted Wednesday of two counts of second-degree murder for the slayings of a couple during a drug robbery at their home ...
June 26 2014
Mourning parents allege Tasering at son's bedside
York, Pennsylvania
A Pennsylvania couple has sued the city of Pittsburgh, claiming that police used a Taser on one of them while they tried to mourn their slain son at a hospital two years ago.
June 25 2014
Governor creates a team to address UPMC, Highmark dispute
Wood, pennsylvania
Saying "the fear-mongering needs to stop," Gov. Tom Corbett announced Monday that he has created a "Patients First" leadership team to address the ongoing contract dispute between Pittsburgh health care giants Highmark and UPMC.
June 24 2014
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