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AUBURN, Ind. (AP) — A coroner in northeastern Indiana says he doesn't know whether a 31-year-old volunteer firefighter's work to put out a house fire in hot temperatures caused his fatal heart attack. An autopsy confirmed that Travis Miller...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Police say a 61-year-old man who died on a flight that was diverted to Indianapolis over the weekend had heart-related illnesses and bone cancer. But The Indianapolis Star reported (http://bit.ly/ptuXkt ) that results of an...
Tags: Ohio, Texas, Health, Southwest Airlines Co., San Antonio
DETROIT (AP) — The FBI says it's seeking the person or people responsible for leaving a device that damaged a Detroit women's health clinic that provides abortions. FBI spokeswoman Sandra Berchtold said in an email Wednesday that the exterior of...
It’s been more than 15 years, but I can still see our beautiful yellow English Labrador retriever Jake running through the field behind our hospital, on a mission he knew all too well. Our daughter barely able to walk, had put Jake in a “...
Tags: Cancer, Heart Disease, Genetics, Health, Allergies
The health of student athletes has become a big concern after recent deaths on the playing field. But South Bend schools, with the help of Memorial Hospital, are using a new tool to ensure student safety. The Indiana High School Athletic Association...
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan woman who told police she's highly allergic to peanuts wants assault charges against her husband's ex-wife for sending him a letter smeared with peanut butter. The Battle Creek Enquirer reports the woman told...
Tags: Butter, Rivers, Bodies of Water, Health, Michigan
MANCHESTER, Tenn. (AP) — Officials say a second person has died after attending the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. Coffee County Sheriff Stephen M. Graves said Monday 24-year-old Christopher William Yoder of Raleigh, N.C.,...
Tags: Bonnaroo, Tennessee, Arts and Culture, Health, Festive Events
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators will require sunscreen manufacturers to test their products' effectiveness against sun rays that pose the greatest risk of skin cancer. Under new rules being announced Tuesday, they also will have to follow...
CHICAGO (AP) — Children on public insurance are being denied treatment by doctors at much higher rates than those with private coverage, according to an undercover study that had researchers pose as parents of sick kids seeking an appointment with a...
Tags: Diabetes, Health, Psychiatrists, Emergency Planning, Medicaid
I hate it when my day starts out the way today did. I pick up my South Bend Tribune (6/16) and read a story that makes me shout, “Are you kidding me.” That is what happened as I read the headlined article: “Sex offender mistakenly...
HILLIARD, Ohio (AP) — A central Ohio animal shelter with an abundance of chubby cats is having a sale on its fattest felines, hoping a discount entices potential owners to take one home. The Capital Area Humane Society says the fat cats are on sale...
Tags: Overweight, Ohio, Health, Columbus
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A looming showdown over Indiana's new law that cuts funding for the Planned Parenthood organization may test how far Republican-led states are willing to go in pressing their tough new anti-abortion agendas. The stakes are high....
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