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August 3, 2018


Hepatitis A Outbreak Spreads To Monroe County

There are more than 330 cases of Hepatitis A in Indiana associated with the outbreak.

August 3, 2018


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Salt Caves Could Offer Relief, Relaxation For Allergy & Asthma Victims

Laura Chaiken opened Bloomington Salt Cave just a year ago. Her goal is to help those in need of a relaxing experience, but she also wants it to be a community space.

August 3, 2018


Donnelly, Braun Talk Health Care On Campaign Trail

Congress spent the last year and a half trying – and mostly failing – to do away with the law and replace it with a new system. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) says voters notice.

August 2, 2018


Ahead Of SNAP Vote, Rate Of Hoosiers Struggling To Afford Food Unchanged

More than 15 percent of families in Indiana struggle to afford enough food according to a new report. For households with children in Indiana, the rate is even higher at 18.9 percent.  

August 2, 2018


Anderson Nursing Home Cited By State After Heat Exhaustion

A central Indiana nursing home and rehabilitation facility has been cited by the state after a resident suffered apparent heat exhaustion in May.

August 2, 2018


Bedford Utilities: Hepatitis A Isn’t Contaminating City Water

The city says it's safe to drink water, despite a Hepatitis A outbreak affecting Lawrence County.

August 2, 2018


Residents Worry About Indiana Center For Recovery’s Greencastle Expansion

Greencastle's Board of Zoning Appeals will discuss the proposal next week.

August 1, 2018


School To Start After Chemical Testing At Franklin Elementary Schools

A company tested the Franklin Community Schools properties for cancer-causing chemicals that some think could be contributing to high child cancer rates in the area.

August 1, 2018


IU Precision Health Challenge Makes Progress

The precision health challenge seeks to advance treatment and cures for diseases common in Indiana such as cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s.

July 31, 2018


Federal Ruling Limits Public Access To Opioid Data

A federal judge has ruled that government agencies cannot share federal opioid-distribution data with the public.

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