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ATLANTA (AP) — The cost of preventing preterm labor is about to increase dramatically. A drug for high-risk pregnant women that has cost about $10 to $20 per injection will shoot up to $1,500 a dose next week. That's because KV Pharmaceutical...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has perfected his anti-obesity recipe over the years: blend a passion for nutrition with reality TV, garnish with a catchy moniker, et voila! — "Food Revolution." But Oliver's recipe has...
Neither March 1 nor March 8 were normal school days for second-grader Hunter Ross. On March 1, Hunter rescued his sister, Kaelyn Archey, from nearly drowning in a water-filled ditch. While waiting for the school bus, Kaelyn dropped her lunch box on...
Tags: Leesburg, Hypothermia, Health, Human Interest
Bridgman High School athletic director John Norton said the triumphant scene inside the gym at rival Fennville High School Thursday night turned to tragedy in a matter of moments. “There was a silence in the gym that was eerie,” he said....
Tags: Heart Failure, Basketball, High School Sports, Athletes, Health
SOUTH BEND — Cars speed by the spot where Brent King died, hidden behind the cold white steel of a abandoned garage, his tomb for the past month until his discovery Wednesday. No one really knows how long Brent King's body lay lifeless in the...
To some, a Wii is a fun way to play virtual sports and video games. Students in a Notre Dame computer science course have found the game system also has the potential to help recovering stroke patients. The students have developed an application for...
Tags: Entertainment, Hospitals and Clinics, Amputation, Stroke, Sports
Dowagiac City Manager Kevin Anderson has been named in a federal lawsuit that claims he did not do enough to stop sexual harassment and discrimination from taking place within the South Haven Police Department when he served as that city's manager....
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Both houses of the Indiana Legislature have now approved bills that would restrict access to abortions. The Indiana House voted 72-23 on Wednesday to require that women seeking an abortion be told that human life begins at...
Tags: Indiana, Infertility, Indiana Legislature, Politics, Elections
BEIJING (AP) — State media say a battery factory manager was arrested after 168 villagers living near the manufacturer in eastern China suffered lead poisoning. The official Xinhua News Agency says Ying Jianguo, general manager of Taizhou Suqi...
Tags: China, Crime, Law and Justice, Health, Crimes, Lead Poisoning
Many children across Indiana are not eating enough fruits and vegetables. One South Bend school hopes to change that with a new garden project. McKinley Primary Center received $1,000 to educate 4th grade students on nutrition, gardening, and making...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The government is preparing to weigh in with new U.S. dietary guidelines next week. So, the Library of Congress decided to take a look back by going into its archives and, with Weight Watchers International, gathering experts...
CHICAGO (AP) — Oprah Winfrey has discovered she has a half-sister — a Milwaukee woman who was given up for adoption by Winfrey's mother nearly 50 years ago, when the talk show host was eight years old. An emotional Winfrey introduced her...
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