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Tribune Staff WriterA federal judge ruled on Tuesday the Granger man charged with threatening U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly and his South Bend office staff unfit to stand trial. Brett Keiling, 46, was arrested Jan. 24 after he called Donnelly’s downtown office and...
ATLANTA (AP) — Vaccine makers said this month they plan to make a record amount of flu vaccine for this fall and winter — enough for more than half the population. It's just not clear all those people will need it. This year's flu shot will...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Medical experts say a growing shortage of medications for a host of illnesses — from cancer to cystic fibrosis to cardiac arrest is troubling. Hospitals sometimes scramble for substitutes to avoid patient harm, and even...
GENEVA (AP) — An American expert tasked with reviewing the World Health Organization's response to the swine flu outbreak says a more efficient way of sourcing vaccines is needed to prepare for future pandemics. Dr. Harvey Fineberg says rich...
Tags: Politics, Drugs and Medicines, Swine Flu, Elections, Health
After nearly six months of investigation into the sudden death of a teenage girl at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, the St. Joseph County coroner said he intends to rule her death "natural." For the parents of 18-year-old Amanda Abbiehl, the...
Tags: Human Interest, Strep Throat, Lawyers, Throat, Politics
Charges have been filed against Robert Towles Jr. after DNA evidence tied him to a 2001 rape in South Bend, according to the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office. At the time, police did not have a suspect for the rape. A rape kit was submitted...
A study that suggested autism could be caused by childhood vaccines is now being called a fraud. The British Medical Journal is accusing the report's author of falsifying data and serious professional misconduct. The original study, based on 12...
Tags: Human Interest, MMR Vaccine, Measles, Health, Walter Cronkite
DALLAS (AP) — A Texas man who spent 30 years in prison after being accused of raping and robbing a Dallas woman has been declared innocent. Judge Don Adams set aside Cornelius Dupree Jr.'s aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon conviction Tuesday...
Tags: Lawyers, Crimes, Dallas, Texas, Crime, Law and Justice
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health regulators have approved a new cancer drug from Bristol-Myers Squibb that is the first therapy to prolong the lives of patients with melanoma. It's the first new drug the Food and Drug Administration has approved to...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A plan to cut Indiana Medicaid costs by limiting access to certain antidepressants and other mental health drugs has advocates worried that some patients could be denied needed the treatments they need. The state budget bill...
TOKYO (AP) — Japan has temporarily stopped using vaccines from U.S. drugmaker Pfizer Inc. and Sanofi-Aventis SA of France while it investigates the deaths of four children who were inoculated, the health ministry said Monday. The decision to...
KNOX - Nearly 41 years after a young soldier went missing in Vietnam, his remains have been identified. Now, George Andrews Howes' remains will finally be coming home. In a home on a farm just north of Knox, family and friends of George Andrews "Andy"...
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