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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- When Roseann Shull was undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer, the standard drugs weren't working to relieve nausea caused by the chemotherapy agents. "I pretty much was nauseous all the time. I had lots of headaches," said Shull, 53,...
We have an update on one of the Dowagiac-based guardsmen injured by an IED in Afghanistan earlier this week. Read more about that incident here According to a family member, Sergeant David Jackson of Niles is "doing great" in his recovery from a...
Tags: Afghanistan, Physical Therapy, Health
Holy War. That was the headline emblazoned atop the Huffington Post last week just hours after a number of U.S. Catholic entities, including Notre Dame, filed suit against the provision in the health care law concerning birth control. And, just in case...
A 23-year-old South Bend woman who has been kept in a medically-induced coma since a crash in Berrien County earlier this month has died. The two-vehicle crash happened in Bertrand Township just after midnight on Sunday, June 3. Danny Engdahl, 57, of...
Tags: Medically Induced Coma, Health
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMISHAWAKA -- When Jackie Nisley had late-night talks with her father 10 years ago about someday walking her down the aisle, it may have seemed more like a distant dream. Jackie, 16 at the time, was battling cancer and, after a recent staph infection, the...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Cancer, Chest, Mayo Clinic, Health
Reuters(Reuters) - Pregnancy rates for U.S. women in their early 20s fell nearly 18 percent from 1990 to 2008 and their abortion rate dropped by 32 percent, as those women delayed the decision to have a baby and used more effective birth control, said a...
(AP) NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Spurred by a classroom demonstration involving a sex toy, Tennessee recently enacted a pro-abstinence sex education law that is among the strictest in the nation. The most debated section of the bill bars educators from...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterBRIDGMAN -- Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees is attending summer school classes, working out with his Irish football teammates and basking in relative normalcy. For now. The junior's May 3 arrest and subsequent four misdemeanor charges haven't gone...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — The president of the University of Notre Dame has written the Health and Human Services secretary asking the administration of President Barack Obama to change its health care overhaul so that the school need not provide...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — The University of Notre Dame, the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend and several other area organizations filed suit Monday challenging the constitutionality of a federal regulation that requires religious organizations to...
WSBT-TV ReporterTwo years ago Friday, President Obama signed the controversial Affordable Health Care Act. On that anniversary, protesters hit the streets in cities across the country. More than 100 people gathered in front of the Morris Performing Arts Center in...
PETOSKEY, Mich. (AP) — A northern Michigan man approved for medical marijuana had a card but not a fence. The state appeals court has affirmed the drug conviction of Lewis Keller of Emmet County. Police found 15 marijuana plants outdoors on his...
Tags: Medical Marijuana Therapy, Health
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