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Researchers uncover new pathway for accumulation of age-promoting 'zombie cells'

Senescent cells—those that have lost the ability to divide—accumulate with age and are key drivers of age-related diseases, such as cancer, dementia and cardiovascular disease. In a new study, a team led by University of Pittsburgh and UPMC Hillman Cancer Center researchers has uncovered a mechanism by which senescent, or "zombie," cells develop.
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Fantasy Baseball June 30 Round Up: Bryan Reynolds Hits 3 Home Runs, and Mark Appel Makes Long-Awaited MLB Debut

From heartfelt moments to big time performances, Wednesday’s Major League Baseball action was full of great moments. Pittsburgh’s Bryan Reynolds hit three home runs yesterday against the Nationals and Shohei Ohtani’s dominant outing pushed his scoreless innings streak over 21 innings. There’s a lot of drama surrounding Freddie Freeman, his now former agent, and his signing in Los Angeles, but that hasn’t affected his on field performance of late, as he has the longest active hit streak in the majors at 13 games.
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Malkin And Letang Could Be Edging Closer to Free Agency

Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang are among the biggest names slated to become unrestricted free agents on July 13. There appears to be little progress in contract talks between the Pittsburgh Penguins and their long-time stars. Malkin seems the most likely to depart. The Athletic's Josh Yohe reported the two...
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Parents of 2-year-old found unresponsive in Munhall home charged

Seven weeks after a toddler was found unresponsive in a Munhall home, the boy’s parents have been charged in his death. Robert Kraft died May 13 at UPMC Children’s Hospital. The two-year-old died as a result of a fentanyl overdose, according to Allegheny County police. The medical examiner has ruled his death a homicide.
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3 arrested in theft of 34 catalytic converters from Salem dealership

Tips from the public helped state police identify three men who they believe were involved with the theft of 34 catalytic converters worth $50,000 from vehicles at a Salem RV dealer in October, according to court papers. Troopers said several people reported recognizing Kenneth L. Knight Jr., 43, of Jeannette,...
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TV Talk: New faces appear on local newscasts in July

Prepare to see several unfamiliar faces on local newscasts in the next month as stations restock their on-air ranks. The most notable on-air addition is the arrival this week of WTAE’s new weekday anchor, who will sit alongside Mike Clark during the 11 p.m. newscast. With or without the...
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New operator to keep Black Forge Coffee House open in Allentown

PITTSBURGH — Black Forge Coffee House isn’t going anywhere in Allentown, as a new operator is set to take over the E. Warrington mainstay. After the original ownership announced in May that it was going to close as it expanded to a new location and roastery in McKees Rocks, a new owner is now set to take over and continue the original Allentown shop.
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Here’s why PNC economists say no recession this year

PITTSBURGH — Economists at Pittsburgh’s biggest bank forecast slower growth over the next few years, but no recession in 2022, though the likelihood rises in 2023 and 2024. PNC Financial Services Group Inc. released its monthly outlook on the national economy Wednesday. It cited the “very strong” labor...
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Penn-Trafford area: Ice cream sundaes, blood drive, more

Level Green church hosts ‘Ice Cream Sunday’ event. The Level Green Presbyterian Church, 105 Olive Drive, will host an “Ice Cream Sunday” on July 10. All are welcome to the outdoor worship service at 9 a.m. and an ice cream sundae buffet at 10 a.m. There will be face painting and crafts for children.
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Ex-Penguins defenseman Philip Samuelsson signs in Germany

Former Penguins defenseman Philip Samuelsson has signed with the Fischtown Pinguins of Germany’s Deutsche Eishockey Liga. The Pinguins announced Samuelsson’s signing via a release on Thursday. Samuelsson, 30, was a second-round pick (No. 61 overall) of the Penguins in the 2009 NHL draft and appeared in five NHL...
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Pittsburgh-area boxers back in action July 2 at Washington County fairgrounds

Pittsburgh-area fighters will be back in the ring on Saturday for a full night of boxing at “Battle at the Fairgrounds II” in Washington County. “We’re excited to return to the Washington County Fairgrounds for the third time,” said Monroeville promoter Derek Gionta. “We have a nice trio of professional fights headlining the show, with Matt Conway looking to bounce back from his previous loss and regain some momentum.”
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The NHL: What you need to know

The NHL: What you need to know Some of the legendary rivalries of the NHL are the New York Rangers v. New York Islanders, and Pittsburgh Penguins v. Washington Capitals. (NCD)
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