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STORRS, Conn. — An additional thought or something close to it might surface Saturday near the end of the Notre Dame men's basketball scouting report. It's difficult to enjoy the ride if you hold on too tight. When the No. 8 Irish awake Saturday...
Someone abandoned a dog in Mishawaka last October. She was skin and bones and could barely walk, but now she’s on the road to recovery. “It’s probably a good thing that we got her in when we did,” said Bonnie Richardson...
It was a blue blur that provided a wake-up call from a defensive nightmare for Notre Dame women’s basketball player Natalie Novosel. Connecticut’s Tiffany Hayes took a split-second to size up Novosel, and then a blue uniform flashed past the...
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...
SOUTH BEND — As the snow continues piling up outside, people suffering from the "winter blues" could potentially benefit from a new indoor sanctuary, of sorts, at Memorial Hospital. Memorial's Health Discovery Center, which is on the sixth floor at...
Staying motivated through out the work day can be tough, especially if your day starts early! WSBT's health and fitness expert, Stephanie Mansour visited our newsroom this week with an energizing exercise called the 'Cubicle Crunch.' Get a look at...
Tags: Human Interest, Health
MISHAWAKA — As temperatures flirted with the triple digits across much of the area Tuesday, people did everything they could to stay cool. At Merrifield Park in Mishawaka, people wore hats and men took their shirts off as temperatures soared....
With temperatures expected to reach mid to upper-90's Wednesday, Michiana residents are put on-alert with a Heat Advisory. The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory is in place for most counties in the WSBT viewing area. Hot temperatures...
SAN DIEGO (AP) — We're becoming a nation of bum knees, worn-out hips and sore shoulders. And it's not just the Medicare set who's suffering. Baby boomer bones and joints also are taking a pounding, spawning a boom in operations to fix them....
ATLANTA (AP) — If you think you do enough physical activity at work to keep you healthy, you're probably wrong. Health researchers say only about 6.5 percent of U.S. adults meet physical activity guidelines while they're working. And those that...
The body of an athlete must work in perfect unison. The feet pivot, the spine twists, the hands release. And the brain choreographs it all in split-second precision. Allison Hostetler's brain is gifted. A 4.0 student, class president, valedictorian,...
Tags: Human Interest, Athletes, Health, Headaches, Human Body
Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Purdue University students will begin paying either $400 or $1,000 more in tuition and fees next school year, depending on whether they are in-state or out-of-state. The university system's Board of Trustees approved a 3.5...
Tags: Indiana, Colleges and Universities, Health, Education
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