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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterDavid Clifton has played the waiting game, desperate for medications that would ease the effects of the bipolar disorder he's struggled with for years. He grows anxious and nervous. Adding to his distress, entire months pass before he can see a...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterJames Kauzlaurich sits in a room at Oaklawn's South Bend offices where his psychiatrist appears on a TV screen. She tunes in live from her Chicago office, and they chat about the depression that he's fought almost his entire, 47-year life. The...
BENTON TOWNSHIP – In a recent court filing, attorneys for Walgreens say former employee Jeremy Hoven was told he could be fired for having a gun at work. The McClatchy-Tribune reports the pharmacist was told in an online orientation employees...
Tags: Interior Policy, Gun Control, Justice System, Theft, Lawyers
BENTON CHARTER TOWNSHIP – Imagine you’re working the overnight shift at a pharmacy when two gunmen burst through the doors and jump the counter. Would you do what they say or take out your own gun and start shooting? A Benton Township...
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix woman has been charged with fraud and theft after authorities say she told people she had cancer and needed treatment so she could get money from them to buy breast implants. Police reports filed in Maricopa County Superior...
Tags: Mastectomy, Health, Plastic Surgeons, Cancer
WSBT-TV Anchor/ReporterParents know that when the teen years roll around, there will be arguments. Those arguments typically have been about driving the car, dating, homework or chores. But now you can add a new issue to that list…tattoos. All you have to do is turn on...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND - A man runs across the University of Notre Dame campus, screaming at the top of his lungs. He tells police that people were chasing him, though none could be seen. Police arrest him for trespassing. Another man is in a local store causing...
South Bend TribuneDigging through my mother’s dresser several weeks ago, I retrieved a blue plastic cleaner's bag and peeked inside. Was that a wedding veil, the abundant tulle lightly folded? I stuck a hand in. It was not just one wedding veil I retrieved;...
Tags: Nursing, Facebook, Hospitals and Clinics, Dialysis, Health
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A man accused of a deadly series of stabbings in Michigan was mentally ill and couldn't resist the spell of "evil forces" that compelled him to attack people, a psychiatrist testified Thursday as attorneys tried to overcome...
Tags: Human Interest, Murder, Prisons, Punishment, Psychiatry
ADDISON, Mich. (AP) — More than 400 people attended a Michigan memorial service Saturday for a U.S. Army nurse who died suddenly in Afghanistan while video chatting with his wife. Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark's family and friends gathered in the Addison...
Tags: Skype, U.S. Army, Afghanistan, Health
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Knee replacement surgeries at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center soon could be handled by a specialized operating room team as the result of a data-sharing project among health systems throughout the U.S. aimed at improving...
HENRYVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A southern Indiana woman who lost parts of both legs while protecting her two children from a tornado says she's doing great in her rehabilitation, and doctors say she might go home as early as Monday. Stephanie Decker, of...
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