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WSBT-TV ReporterIt's a real fear for a lot of people – being stuck on an airplane because another passenger might have a highly contagious disease. But the woman whose rash caused passengers on a Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to Chicago to be quarantined on...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana State Department of Health says it's taking steps to curb domestic violence after a survey showed one in five women in Indiana have been raped and that more than two in five have experienced sexual violence other than...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Rape, Sexual Assault, Abusive Behavior
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — A new report showing that Indiana females in grades nine through 12 have the nation's second-highest rate of forced sex is spurring calls for more education and prevention efforts. A national analysis of sexual violence...
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials say accidents are killing far fewer children and teenagers than in the past. The death rate dropped about 30 percent from 2000 to 2009. One big reason was a decline in traffic fatalities, which annually account for...
Tags: Disease Prevention
AVILLA, Ind. (AP) — At 14, Sam Lawrence talks about farming like an old-timer. The middle school student often works the family farm in Noble County decked out in jeans, plaid shirt, boots with spurs and a baseball cap. Sam can't imagine any...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The outbreak of measles linked to Indianapolis' Super Bowl Village is the second major outbreak in two years despite the state's above-average vaccination rate. The Centers for Disease Control reports more than 92 percent of...
ATLANTA (AP) — More U.S. women are having twins these days. Health officials say one in every 30 babies is a twin. That's a huge increase over the last 30 years. In 1980, only one in 53 newborns was a twin. Experts attribute the jump mainly to...
ATLANTA (AP) — For the first time in 45 years, homicide has fallen off the list of the nation's top causes of death. U.S. Health officials say the murder rate fell enough in 2010 to drop it out of the top 15 causes. Criminologists have not...
ATLANTA (AP) — A new U.S. government study suggests a lot of teenage girls are clueless about their chances of getting pregnant. In a survey of thousands of teenage mothers who had unintended pregnancies, about a third said they didn't use birth...
ATLANTA (AP) — Bread and rolls are the No. 1 source of salt in the American diet, accounting for more than twice as much sodium as snacks like potato chips and pretzels. That surprising finding comes in a government report released Tuesday that...
NEW YORK (AP) — Obesity rates have declined among New York City's public schoolchildren in kindergarten through eighth grade over the past five years, said a government study published Thursday. The study published by the federal Centers for...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Two federal agencies say there is no evidence that four cases of a rare bacterial infection in babies are related, and there is no need to recall infant formula. The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease...
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