To celebrate babies and families in Pittsburgh, Magee and the Penguins will be giving special gifts to every baby born at Magee.
A computer program that can be run on a simple tablet or smartphone could help doctors identify what skin lesions should be biopsied.
The event will be held Oct. 7 to 9 at Alumni Hall in Oakland and highlights the region’s strengths in science, engineering and medicine.
A survey of U.S. adults found many do not know the definition of a concussion and many do not know the injury is treatable.
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Michael “Micky” Collins, Ph.D., is an internationally renowned expert in sports-related concussion.
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