For Pittsburghers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Oakmont offered the next best thing to paradise.

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2016
Each year in our summer issue, we ask a group of the region’s leading wealth managers to help our readers navigate financial waters by responding to a question. How would negative interest rates in the U.S. affect investors? Leading wealth managers respond…

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  • Issue Year 2016
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At age 35, after a long labor and birth of her second child, Lisa (not her real name) developed urinary incontinence. She kept it a secret even from her then-​husband, a military man. “He never knew. It’s humiliating… Even bringing it up to the Army doctors was embarrassing. They said, ‘Oh well, that’s…

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2016
  • Sub Heading Urinary incontinence may be hush-​hush, but it’s both widespread and treatable
Were you to launch a canoe at the U.S. Forest Service Buckaloons boat ramp, where Brokenstraw Creek enters the Allegheny River, then float down toward the borough of Tidioute, the setting would appear much as it must have to a party of Seneca Indians paddling the same route in the late summer of…

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2016
  • Sub Heading A recent search for the Revolutionary War’s only acknowledged northwestern Pennsylvania battlefield yields more questions than proof
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