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Postal worker, troopers save life of Indy man who hadn’t brought in mail for several days

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two state troopers and a United States postal worker are being credited with saving the life of an Indianapolis man. On Sept. 20, state police say U.S…. Read more »

Protesters call on Eli Lilly to lower insulin costs

INDIANAPOLIS — Dozens of people gathered outside the headquarters of Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly on Saturday to demand that the company lower the cost of insulin. The organizers of the rally… Read more »

Mooresville preschool teacher cancer-free after given one year to live

MOORSEVILLE, Ind. – A Moorseville preschool teacher suddenly diagnosed with brain cancer received a clean bill of health this week just four months after the illness was detected. Amanda Anderson,… Read more »

Colts invite patients from Riley Hospital for Children to camp

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center didn’t just play host to the Colts on Wednesday, but some special guests as well. The team invited 10 patients from… Read more »

Hoosier Jerome Adams confirmed Thursday as US Surgeon General

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Dr. Jerome Adams was confirmed Thursday as the 20th US Surgeon General by the Senate. In a series of tweets today, Adams announced the confirmation and thanked… Read more »

Food poisoning death at Indiana restaurant kept secret for months

CLARKS HILL, Ind. (WTHR) — Besides for a graying hairline and beard, Alex Zdravich did not look like a typical 66-year-old grandfather. He was in remarkable shape. “He was a… Read more »

Strangers fund life-changing surgery for man who got keloids from nick at barbershop

MILWAUKEE – A Wisconsin man suffered for years from a debilitating condition that left him disfigured. He initially lost a battle with insurance, and desperately needed funds for a transformative procedure. Keith… Read more »

For 1st time, over half of people with HIV taking AIDS drugs

  LONDON (AP) — For the first time in the global AIDS epidemic that has spanned four decades and killed 35 million people, more than half of all those infected… Read more »

Food poisoning death at Indiana restaurant kept secret for months

CLARKS HILL, Ind. — Besides for a graying hairline and beard, Alex Zdravich did not look like a typical 66-year-old grandfather. He was in remarkable shape. “He was a health… Read more »

White Doctor Calls Black Patient ‘Aunt Jemima’ During Appointment

Lexi Carter visited her doctor James Turner, who is White, for a July 11 appointment. When he came into the examination room he called her “Aunt Jemima,” the outlet reported. “He had… Read more »