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EXCLUSIVE STORY: Breaking The Mold Pt. 1

Updated: 06/20/2012 - The relationship between tenant and landlord is often a tumultuous one. That generalization couldn't be truer than at one Mishawaka apartment complex, where for months, renters have fought sicknesses thought to be brought on by mold.

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Survey shows many doctors lie to patients

Posted: 02/09/2012 - If you suspect your doctor isn't being completely honest with you, you could be right. A new survey shows that some of them fib a lot.

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IU Health Goshen computer server hacked by virus

Posted: 02/01/2012 - Patient confidentiality is a top priority for hospitals, but IU Health Goshen is now taking added steps after learning a virus snaked its way into an online server.

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Pfizer recalls 28 lots of birth control pills

Posted: 02/01/2012 - Pfizer Inc. is recalling 28 lots of birth control pills after uncovering a packaging error that could leave women with an inadequate dose of the hormone-based drugs and raise the risk that they will get pregnant accidentally.

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Too few get screened for common cancers

Posted: 01/30/2012 - According to a new report from the CDC and the National Cancer Institute, not enough Americans are being screened for common cancers despite the disease becoming a growing issue in the United States.

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9-year-old saves great grandmother's life

Updated: 01/25/2012 - He’s being called a hero and he isn’t even ten yet. Logan Nunez sprung into action when his great grandmother passed out last week – and ended up saving her life.

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Ind. Senate panel backs limits on abortion pill

Posted: 01/25/2012 - An Indiana Senate committee has approved a proposal to tighten laws on how doctors can give women the so-called abortion pill even though doctors testified that the measure requires prescription of a more dangerous higher dosage.

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Replacing knees with 3-D

Updated: 01/25/2012 - Every year knee replacements can put half a million Americans out of commission for a month or more. Now, without cutting any muscles, a new option is cutting recovery time.

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New treatment to treat the disease angina

Updated: 01/17/2012 - It's a pain in the chest 9 million Americans live with every day. Angina is treatable, but most of the time patients have to take medication for the rest of their lives to control it.

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