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SOUTH BEND - A shave, a haircut and a blood pressure check. Men coming to Al's House of Style on North Olive Street can now trim their risk of heart attack at the same place they trim their hair. Al's is a neighborhood barbershop trying to help black...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama had doubts about making a campaign against childhood obesity one of her signature issues. "I wondered to myself whether we could really make a difference, because when you take on a problem this big and this...
MORGANTOWN, Ind. (AP) — A southern Indiana coroner says an elderly man froze to death during this week's ice storm after he accidentally locked himself outside his rural home and couldn't find a way back inside. Brown County Chief Deputy Coroner...
SOUTH BEND — In addition to tons of snow, the blizzard that swept through the area this week left in its wake a blanket of cold arctic air stretching across much of the Midwest. According to National Weather Service Meteorologist Mark Steinwedel,...
MICHIGAN CITY — The frozen body of a homeless man was discovered Monday afternoon inside his makeshift tent in a woods outside Michigan City. Detective Michael Raymer at the LaPorte County Sheriff's Department said preliminary findings of an...
Tags: LaPorte County, Michigan, Health, Crimes, Wayne County
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials say only about half of U.S. adults with high levels of bad cholesterol are getting treatment. Worse, not all those treated are managing to control the problem. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said...
It's national signing day, and 23 players have signed their national letters of intent to play football for Notre Dame. Notre Dame adds six defensive linemen, four defensive backs, four linebackers, three offensive linemen, two wide receivers, one...
WASHINGTON (AP) — White House Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske is warning people against taking the newest synthetic drugs, often marketed as "bath salts" and being sold legally on the Internet and in drug paraphernalia stores. The drugs are sold under...
Many people are enjoying the warmer temperatures, but for some, changing weather brings added risks. The U.S. Coast Guard warns ice conditions are deteriorating and recreational ice activities are more dangerous than usual in Michiana. The Coast Guard...
Tags: Health, Human Interest, U.S. Coast Guard, Hypothermia
We’re experiencing a true Midwest winter, and that's showing up in the increased number of hospital visits. Doctors said emergency room visits are up from this time last year, and they see more and more people coming in every day with a weather-...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Doctors are reporting an alarming rise in strokes among young and middle-aged Americans even as the disease declines among older people. They think the obesity epidemic may be starting to shift the age burden of strokes, which...
Wind chills across the area this morning dropped between 15 and 20 below zero at times. The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory for these cold conditions and it is expected to happen again tonight. Highs today will only make it to 12°...
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