Why is health care not always equal when it comes to men and women? OnQ reports on why gender disparities occur, and what's being done to change things.


It's a major event designed to raise awareness about hunger and to raise money for The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest. OnQ shows how you can get an amazing piece of pottery while helping those in need.


Political Role and Public Image - Although they are not paid or elected, they are influential figures in U.S. politics. OnQ Contributor Carol Lee Espy takes you on a tour of a unique exhibit of America's First Ladies.


OnQ's Michael Bartley takes viewers to the festive dedication of the Fred Rogers Statue on Pittsburgh's North Shore. Dignitaries, including Fred's widow Joanne Rogers, celebrated his life and service to children. The statue is part of a historic bridge pier.


He's on radio, television and in newspapers and magazines promoting the love of gardening in Western Pennsylvania. Now On Q contributor and Post Gazette Garden Columnist, Doug Oster, shares tips from his new book on creating a successful organic garden.


He spent more than a month at the National Aviary recovering from a terrible wound. Now, this eastern golden eagle may help local researchers to save thousands of other birds. OnQ correspondent Tonia Caruso explains how and why.


Pittsburgh Tribune-Review investigative reporter Carl Prine and photojournalist Justin Merriman recently returned from a special assignment covering the Haiti earthquake. They share their compelling stories and photographs with OnQ viewers.


How will America's new leadership handle the health insurance challenges? How will consumers be affected? How should the public position itself in the meantime?


11-year old Justin McCord, a sixth grade student at Dickson Intermediate School, was selected to attend the 2009 Presidential Inauguration as part of a youth leadership program. OnQ's Tonia Caruso talked with Justin about an experience he'll never forget.


At the age of 17, Jeremy Nagel made headlines when he was shot and paralyzed while coming to the aid of a friend who was being robbed. Now, at the age of 27, Jeremy speaks with reporter Harold Hayes about his emotional decade of highs and lows.

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