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Crest toothpaste dangers with microbeads

Users of Crest toothpaste are finding microbeads stuck in their gums. Read more »

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Visitor restrictions being put in place at hospitals throughout Indiana

Hospitals all over the state of Indiana are restricting visitors due to the Entero virus Read More »

Walk to End Alzheimer's helps fund research for a cure

Many people came together on Sunday in South Bend to walk to bring awareness for the sixth leading cause of death in the United States Read More »

Beacon Health System limiting visitation

Beacon Health System will not permit children 12 years and younger to visit patients in any of the following units of Memorial Hospital or Elkhart General Hospital: newborn Intensive Care Units, Pediatrics, Maternity or Mother/Baby Unit at either Elkhart General or South Bend's Memorial Hospital. Read More »

4-year-old dead from E.Coli

A 4-year-old girl died and a 5-year-old boy is in the hospital after contracting E. coli. Read More »

IU Health Goshen Hospital limits visitation

IU Health Goshen Hospital is limiting visitation to patients in the Circle of Caring Birthplace and the Pediatric Unit. Visitors 12 and under will not be permitted in these two areas. Read More »

Too much caffeine can lead to health problems

A new study warns of the dangers of drinking too much caffeine. Read More »

American worker with Ebola back in U.S.

A fourth American aid worker, sickened with the Ebola virus, has arrived in the U.S. for treatment. Read More »

BBQ with Brey supports heart disease research

More people in the United States die from heart disease than cancer, accidents and strokes combined. Approximately 2,000 people die every day from heart disease. In Michiana, the American Heart Association, the University of Notre Dame and Head Basketball Coach Mike Brey are working to end heart disease with events like BBQ with Brey. Read More »

Doctors encourage early treatment for post-partum depression

Doctors say things can spiral out of control pretty quickly if a mother has post-partum depression and doesn't get help. It's normal for a new mother to feel anxious and nervous when bringing a baby hope, but if those feelings turn to anger or deep sadness that lasts more than a couple weeks - it's time to get help. Read More »

Safety tips for tailgating weekends

Registered dietitian Marisa Moore has tips to make your tailgating experience safer. Read More »

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