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The compromise announced Friday by the Obama administration on birth control as part of health care seems reasonable to me (point of clarity, I am Catholic), but in this political season, reason doesn’t seem to be a top priority. Before the change,...
Associated Press White House CorrespondentWASHINGTON (AP) — A person familiar with the decision says President Barack Obama will announce a plan to accommodate religious employers outraged by a rule that would require them to cover birth control for women free of charge. Obama is...
SAGINAW, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan official says an equipment malfunction has led to a backlog in printing about 20,000 medical marijuana cards. The Saginaw News reports (http://bit.ly/tBNKxr ) that Celeste Clarkson, a state Department of Licensing...
Tags: Health, Medical Marijuana Therapy
BURTON, Mich. (AP) — It's been business as usual at some medical marijuana shops, even after the Michigan appeals court said card-carrying patients cannot sell pot to other patients. Some officials are in no rush to shut down dispensaries without a...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIn Sunday's bright sun, a large cap shaded 4-year-old Brandon Mirich's head, which is balding and sensitive from chemotherapy. The leukemia is in remission. So now he deals with the medications for three years. But this was an easy day in Howard Park....
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Chemotherapy, Cancer, Indiana, Health
It's going to be a busy Labor Day weekend throughout Michiana. If you plan to attend one or more of the numerous community events — like the Blueberry Festival in Plymouth, the pow-wows at St. Patrick’s County Park or the Notre Dame home...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Traverse City police say two men have robbed a medical marijuana caregiver of five ounces of the drug, worth an estimated $660. Police tell the Traverse City Record-Eagle (http://j.mp/q1nCq7 ) that the strong-arm robbery...
Tags: Health, Medical Marijuana Therapy, Theft, Crimes
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterHope Mullery dreams of being a cheerleader for the University of Notre Dame. That’s not surprising. The fourth-grade student who lives in Danville, Pa., is one in a line of big-time Notre Dame fans, according to Joselle DeRemer, her mother....
Arizona businesses may soon be able to question female employees' use of contraception. State lawmakers are considering a bill that would let employers deny women contraception coverage and ask them why they are using it. Arizona already has a law on...
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Police say a premature baby found in a restroom trash can at a Washington hospital is in stable condition. But Detective Brenda Anderson says it remains to be seen whether the boy will have developmental complications from...
Tags: Abdominal Pain, Chemotherapy, Justice System, Lawyers, Cancer
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health regulators say several new birth control drugs, including the Bayer pill Yaz, appear to increase the risk of dangerous blood clots more than older medications. A new study released by the Food and Drug...
SOUTH BEND — When Camp Mariposa-Indiana opens in December, children from families affected by addiction will have the opportunity to be themselves in a safe environment, according to Karen Moyer, co-founder and chairman of the Moyer Foundation....
Tags: Behavioral Conditions
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