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Home Health Care in Pittsburgh

Home Health Care in Pittsburgh

Sometimes you just need a little help.  The thought of leaving your home, the place where you are comfortable, the place that is filled with memories, is something that most seniors avoid.  With a little outside help, many seniors can choose to stay in their beloved home.  That help can come from a family member or friend, but when that is not an option, that

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Hospice Resources in Pittsburgh

Hospice Resources in Pittsburgh

No one likes to feel that life has spun out of control, and nothing can make you feel more out of control than if you or a loved one is diagnosed with a serious illness.  Fortunately, hospice care can help you or a family member regain your equilibrium and not only face death on your terms, but also to live your remaining days to the

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Rehabilitation Services in the Pittsburgh Area

Rehabilitation Services in the Pittsburgh Area

Perhaps you’ve had an accident or surgery and require some extra care to get back to your old self.  That’s where rehabilitation services come in.  You have two options when it comes to rehabilitation:  outpatient care or in-hospital care.  Your health care professional will most likely determine which type of care is best for you.  Below are rehabilitation providers in the Pittsburgh area. Allegheny Health

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Andrew Carnegie: A Man of Stark Contrasts

Andrew Carnegie: A Man of Stark Contrasts

Nearly 100 years after his death, Andrew Carnegie still provokes a spectrum of emotions, everything from admiration to disdain.  Perhaps that is because he himself was a man of stark contrasts.  His story is a fascinating one of rags to unfathomable riches, labor champion to union enemy, autocrat to delegator, ruthless competitor to the most magnanimous philanthropist in history. Andrew Carnegie was born on November

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Arnold Palmer

Arnold Palmer

Shakespeare wrote:  “All the world’s a stage.”  That may be so, but some make their entrance at precisely the right moment in history’s drama.  Such is the case with legendary golfer Arnold Palmer.  Counted among the greatest golfers of all time, Palmer made his debut during the rise of the television age, making him a household name, setting off a boom in golf, and establishing

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The Great Allegheny Passage

The Great Allegheny Passage

When the pioneers pressed westward settling the country, some of the greatest obstacles they faced were the Allegheny Mountains.  Although not as steep and foreboding as the Rocky Mountains that settlers would later encounter as the nation grew and expanded, the older, thickly forested Allegheny Mountains of the mid-Atlantic posed problems for explorers, merchants, and homesteaders.  Centuries later, they still are formidable, but you can

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Pittsburgh on Two Wheels

Pittsburgh on Two Wheels

You may have seen Pittsburgh on foot, by car, from a boat, from the overlooks on Mt. Washington, or maybe even from a plane when you’ve flown over the city.  But have you ever seen it from a bicycle?  There’s something special about seeing the ‘Burgh from a bike.  Like walking, it brings you up close and personal with the city.  With the wind whipping

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The Pittsburgh Marathon: Competitors Have the Run of the Place

The Pittsburgh Marathon: Competitors Have the Run of the Place

The streets are closed to traffic and music fills the air.  People line the streets cheering. The city puts out the welcome mat. It’s not a dignitary or the presidential visit.  The hoopla is for the Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon. On May 5, 1985, Pittsburgh hosted its first marathon, and in 2011, the city hosted the 22nd running of the 26.2 mile foot race. 

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Unions For The Trades: A Symphony of Craftsmen Have Constructed a Legacy in Pittsburgh

Unions For The Trades: A Symphony of Craftsmen Have Constructed a Legacy in Pittsburgh

My buildings will be my legacy… they will speak for me long after I’m gone.  ~ Julia Morgan Pittsburgh’s iconic skyline is as distinct as a human face.  Our cityscape features an eclectic mix of historic, functional, and state-of-the-art buildings and bridges that have been erected over many decades. But who are the masters responsible for creating this skyline, what amounts to Pittsburgh’s face?  They are

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Pittsburgh: Silicon Valley East?

Pittsburgh: Silicon Valley East?

By now, the story is well known of how the Pittsburgh area economy went from riches to rags, back to riches after the collapse of the steel industry in the 1980s, and then reinvented itself as a health care and service-based economy.  The impact of UPMC, PNC, BNY Mellon and a host of other health care, financial, and service-based businesses has been studied and touted for

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