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ATLANTA (AP) — A cancer diagnosis often inspires people to exercise and eat healthier. Now the experts say there's strong evidence that both habits may help prevent the disease from coming back. New guidelines issued Thursday by the American Cancer...
Tags: Breast Cancer, Health Organizations, Cancer, Pancreas, Oncology
PORT HURON, Mich. (AP) — Lisa Hulber gazes affectionately at her dog, Effie. She's always had a bond with the mixed breed, but the two have grown even closer this past year. Effie, or Effie Mae as Lisa and her husband, Scott, sometimes call her,...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Department of Health says a fire at a nursing home apparently was caused by a mobile meth lab. A spokeswoman says officials are looking into the role that visitors to the home may have played. They did not give an...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterInwood Hills Estates assisted living facility is in trouble with state officials ... again. The facility is accused of repeatedly violating state standards regarding resident care, and is in jeopardy of losing its license as a result. According to a...
Tags: Weight, Career and Workplace, Philosophy, Fines, Punishment
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- A South Bend woman and her family have a strong connection to the Tuskegee Airmen who have been recognized particularly this February during Black History Month in the movie "Red Tails." Evelyn Baugh and her sister, the late Agnes...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterELKHART -- In about 90 percent of all births, the baby smoothly transitions from the womb to the world. About 10 percent of the time, an infant requires special assistance after delivery. Some babies need stimulation or a little bit of oxygen when they...
SOUTH BEND — A man charged with killing one son and torturing another will be evaluated by three court-ordered doctors as part of his effort to use an insanity defense. Today, St. Joseph County Superior Court Judge Jane Woodward Miller appointed...
Federal health officials are failing to monitor how state agencies are doling out powerful psychotropic drugs to foster children, according to a comprehensive investigation released Thursday showing foster kids are being prescribed the drugs at rates 2....
CHICAGO (AP) — One is a healthy first-grader, the other an honors college student majoring in psychology. Once the tiniest babies ever born, both girls are thriving, despite long odds when they entered the world weighing less than a pound. A...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A newspaper says its analysis has found that Michigan's nursing homes perform slightly better than average on a federal rating system. The Detroit Free Press reported Sunday (http://on.freep.com/uTtSgU ) that it examined data...
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...
POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Jenni Lake gave birth to a baby boy the month before her 18th birthday, though she was not destined to become just another teenage mother. That much, she knew. While being admitted to the hospital, she pulled her nurse down...
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