UPMC doctors endorse resveratrol, the secret ingredient in longer, healthier lives.
We all want to live forever. And it seems like we are always searching for the fountain of youth: the feel-better, look-younger, face-tightening, year-stretching elixir/potion/cream/drink/supplement/drug. Almost two decades ago, the world started buzzing about the “French Paradox,” the phenomenon that our Mediterranean neighbors eat a high-fat, high-carb diet of breads, cheeses, and pastries but have a remarkably low occurrence of heart disease compared to Americans because they also consume a lot more red wine. This is when a drink-a-day became what the doctor ordered.
Kids have always been known to start their own businesses to raise an extra buck, from lemonade stands to lawn-mowing ventures. But when 12-yearold Rachel Tobin began marketing her unique beaded bracelets, she had more of a cause in mind then filling up her own piggy bank.
Today’s Faces of Gilda’s Club began with a group of Gilda’s Club members in their 20s and 30s living with cancer that wanted to find a way to give back.
You’ll be ready to rock sleeveless shirts all summer long after buffing up your biceps, triceps, forearms, and shoulders with this introduction to climbing walls.
Just as flowers bloom beautifully in the spring, so was the Center for Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery flourishing at its Ninth Annual spring event, Blossom. As a celebration of the Center’s new Greensburg location, visitors were invited to explore the 6,500 square-foot facility, while experiencing the Center’s services, which are aimed at promoting optimal relaxation.
Doctors, nurses, and pharmacists give us their tips and tricks to eating healthy and getting active!
Spring is in the air. The Pittsburgh Marathon is racing by. The hills of Western Pennsylvania are alive — with bikers and hikers galore! In celebration of National Hospital