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Company recalls thousands of pounds of ground beef over E. coli concerns

A company recalled nearly 23,000 pounds of ground beef that could be contaminated with E. coli. Louisville-based Creation Gardens, Inc. said raw ground beef and beef primal cuts produced on… Read more »

Teachers, students credited with saving boy who collapsed during gym class

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The quick actions of staff and students are being credited with saving a 7th grader’s life. Omarion Hart collapsed during gym class at Longfellow Middle School and… Read more »

Susan G. Komen to hold ‘Pink Parade’ to make up for rained-out Race for Cure event

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It was an event that was expected to draw about 35,000 folks for the Race For the Cure this past Saturday. However, heavy rains during the weekend… Read more »

Boone Co. Health Department offers Narcan training

BOONE COUNTY, Ind. — To help combat the Indiana’s heroin crisis, the Boone County Health Department gave free Narcan training Monday to those who wanted to learn how to administer… Read more »

Indiana to receive $10.9 million grant to help fight opioid epidemic

CARMEL, Ind.– Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tom Price announced Thursday that Indiana will receive a federal grant for approximately $10.9 million to assist in the fight against the state’s… Read more »

Kennedy: Medicinal marijuana is a ‘Trojan horse’ for the recreational drug industry

Sarah B. Boxer,Yahoo News Video Mon, Apr 17 2:47 AM PDT By Sarah B. Boxer While the nation remains divided on whether recreational marijuana should be legalized, an exclusive new… Read more »

6 Stress Signs You May Be Overlooking

Whether it’s playing caregiver to a family member, trying to figure out how to squeeze a dollar out of the last dime or juggling the priorities of regular work-life activities,… Read more »

Derrian Baker, denied out-of-state insurance for rare condition, passes away at age 26

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Derrian Baker, the young man with Prader Willi Syndrome who was fighting for insurance coverage for out of state care, has died. Eyewitness News Investigative Reporter Sandra… Read more »

Alabama man warns others not to sleep with charging phone after suffering third-degree burns

HUNTSVILLE, Ind. – An Alabama man was nearly electrocuted after falling asleep with his iPhone and charging cord in bed, WAAY-TV reports. Last week Wiley Day, 32, fell asleep with… Read more »

Alarming Rise In Number Of Young Black Women At Risk Of Heart Disease

  According the American Heart Association, nearly 50,000 Black women will die this year  of cardiovascular disease. Despite all the talk about prevention and warning signs, more Black young women under… Read more »