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Salmonella outbreak lingers after a year

The CDC says a salmonella outbreak that has been lingering for more than a year is not over yet. Read more »

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Clipping for cancer awareness

This is the fourth year that the Indiana Commission on the Social Status of Black Males has provided free health screenings at more than 50 Indiana barber shops in 15 different cities. Read More »

Paramedics need medications to save lives

Elkhart Police are investigating the possible theft of narcotics from the Concord Township Fire Department ambulances. Goshen Hospital has pulled most of its pain killers off the Concord ambulances. Read More »

New options for adult acne

Acne is a common problem with adolescents but many adults are now finding themselves with a face full of zits. Read More »

Deadline for health insurance mandate 6-days away

If you haven't signed up for health insurance, you must begin the application process before the March 31st enrollment period deadline or face a fine. It's a mandate in the Affordable Care Act. Read More »

Hospital breaks ground on $9M expansion project

The Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth is about to break ground on a $9 million expansion project. Read More »

Some Cancer centers off limits for Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act may be stopping some cancer patients from getting treatment. Read More »

Nutrition labels may get a makeover

The Food and Drug Administration is proposing several changes to the nutrition labels you see on packaged foods and beverages. If approved, the new labels would place a bigger emphasis on total calories, added sugars and certain nutrients, such as Vitamin D and potassium. Read More »

Face of heroin addiction changing

The face of a heroin addict is changing. It's no longer being used by someone on the street in a back alley. Now it's your neighbor or the mom driving this week's carpool. Read More »

Federal court denies Notre Dame's challenge to health care law

The University of Notre Dame asked to be exempt from the Affordable Care Act's birth control requirement. Read More »

Flu still a danger for Michiana babies

According to the Centers for Disease Control's weekly flu report, as of February 1st, 22.5 people out of every 100,000 in the United States were hospitalized with the flu. Read More »

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