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WSBT-TVFor college students, picking a major is tough enough, but medical students also have to pick a specialty. Local medical students are getting a head start thanks to Memorial Hospital and Elkhart General Hospital. The hospitals offer a summer program...
SOUTH BEND -- Your two-year old child could be bankrupt. Your newborn could be thousands of dollars in debt. One in 10 children are victims of identity theft. The younger the child, the more likely they'll be a victim. "There's a significant escalation of...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Lab tests have confirmed 113 cases of a new strain of swine flu in 18 Indiana counties, and more cases are expected to be confirmed later this week, the State Department of Health said Wednesday. The number of confirmed human...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The state Board of Animal Health is urging Indiana horse owners to be vigilant about making sure their animals are vaccinated against the West Nile virus. The board says three horses already have been diagnosed with the...
WSBT-TV ReportHow would you feel if doctors diagnosed your child with a cough or a “flu virus”, but instinct told you there was much more to it? That's what happened to several LaPorte County parents whose kids got sick at the fair earlier this month, at...
SOUTH BEND – A norovirus is being blamed for the gastrointestinal outbreak that affected 106 students attending sports camp at the University of Notre Dame this week. That word came Friday afternoon from St. Joseph County Health Officer Dr....
Have you been bitten yet this summer? If you think the dry weather, means mosquitoes and West Nile are not a concern, you may be wrong. While the drought has wiped out much of the mosquitoes born in springtime flood waters, there's a new threat. A...
Tags: Natural Disasters
WSBT-TV ReporterNOTRE DAME – More than 100 middle and high school students participating in summer sports camps at the University of Notre Dame became suddenly ill early Wednesday morning. Some were so sick they had to be hospitalized. The big question neither the...
AZIZ KHAN GHARI, Pakistan (AP) — Less than four months ago the world was cheered to learn that India had gone a full year with no new cases of polio — a landmark that left only Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria on the World Health...
Tags: Vaccines, Afghanistan, Elections, Politics, Disease Prevention
WSBT-TV ReporterGOSHEN – Life-threatening diseases, ailments, and illnesses – doctors at IU Health Goshen Hospital treat it all. But a different kind of virus has the hospital on alert and the personal information of 12,000 people at risk. "We are very sorry...
I think I am old enough now that I can use the phrase, “You remember the good old days.” If you listen to the “older than me timers” you could feed your dog scraps, bones, pork or anything else lying around. They wouldn’t...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Diarrhea, Blood, Cancer, Flu
ATLANTA (AP) — For the first time, the government is proposing that all baby boomers get tested for hepatitis C. Anyone born from 1945 to 1965 should get a one-time blood test to see if they have the liver-destroying virus, the Centers for...
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