Osteoarthritis can lead to severe shoulder pain, wearing down the joint so much that simple movements become unbearable.
Updated: 7:00 PM
A new bladeless approach to cataract surgery is being hailed as the field’s biggest advancement in 30 years.
Updated: 9:31 PM
More adults in Indiana are becoming victims of dog bites instead of kids, after an increase in education efforts directored toward children.
Posted: 7:17 AM
Just because you can’t have gluten doesn’t mean that you have to bid farewell to tasty foods too. There are easy ways to have both a gluten-free diet and flavorful foods that you can make right at home.
Updated: 7:30 PM
There are a lot of opinions about high blood pressure. About one in three Americans has high blood pressure, but nearly one third of them don’t even know it.
Updated: 6:56 PM
April is Autism Awareness Month, so we spent too a look at the disorder and some local places that specialize in Autism.
Updated: 4:48 PM
Indiana hospitals that treat high numbers of poor and uninsured residents are waiting to see what impact the federal health care overhaul has on them.
Posted: 3:38 PM
Doctors are using blood to figure out what’s going on inside patients’ heads, including picking up on cholesterol levels, cancer and even infectious diseases.
Updated: 6:59 PM
Poor circulation in the legs and feet can lead to the loss of limbs, or even the loss of life. Now, a new treatment is being introduced that could help millions of people get their blood flowing.
Updated: 7:14 PM
A variety of online tools and apps are catering to people who care for friends and relatives who have Alzheimer's, autism and other illnesses.
Posted: 4:11 PM
Attorney General Eric Holder is telling Congress that marijuana's impact on children is a factor as the Justice Department decides how to respond to two states that have legalized the drug.
Posted: 4:02 PM
Federal health officials say the parents of premature babies enrolled in a treatment study several years ago weren't properly informed of potential risks.
Posted: 10:01 PM
A new government study suggests doctors in the U.S. are handing out too many prescriptions for antibiotics. Enough antibiotics are being prescribed to give them to 4 out of 5 Americans each year.
Posted: 9:57 PM
Simple tips to help keep your skin looking young.
Posted: 4:18 PM
New York City subway riders have been cautioned about smoking, sugar and teen pregnancy. Now they're getting a new message: Pass on the salt.
Posted: 9:56 PM
The India Supreme Court's rejection of a patent for an improved version of a costly cancer drug by Novartis AG could have big implications for the world's largest drugmakers.
Posted: 9:51 PM
Students at IU South Bend are gearing up for another free health clinic for Michiana residents.
Posted: 12:20 PM
Get out and walk on April 3! Encourage your co-workers to take part in National Walking Day with you!
Updated: 12:00 PM
Michigan abortion clinics will need a state license and must check to make sure women aren't being pressured into getting an abortion under a new law.
Posted: 11:15 AM
Health officials are recalling multiplef food items by the Farm Rich brand. Their citing E. coli as the reason behind this recall.
Posted: 10:14 AM
Whether it is destroyed by an injury, disease, or bad infection, doctors have a new way to rebuild a person’s jawbone.
Updated: 7:05 PM
Think you know all there is to know about your pearly whites?
Updated: 6:14 PM
Dr. Visser joins us every Saturday morning to discuss an issue big in the pet/animal community.
Posted: 11:50 AM
Indiana residents may receive more life insurance money they weren't aware they were entitled to.
Posted: 10:59 AM
A new study helps health care providers better understasnd high-risk behaviors in teens.
Posted: 10:50 AM
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