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Doctors viewing HIV and AIDS in a new light

Updated: 12/22/2011 - Since the first cases of aids were reported back in 1981, more than 600,000 Americans have died. But thanks to advances in treatment, the 1.1 million people living with HIV in the US are living longer then ever before.

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NE Indiana school facing chickenpox outbreak

Posted: 12/21/2011 - Health officials are offering chickenpox vaccinations for students at a northeastern Indiana school where several children have come down with the illness.

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Breast Cancer fundraiser for Elkhart mom

Posted: 12/17/2011 - The giving spirit was alive in St. Joseph County Saturday night, as friends and family of a mother diagnosed with breast cancer raffled off prizes and filled up on food as part of a fundraiser for her medical costs.

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"Broken" Heart Saves Little Girl

Updated: 12/16/2011 - In a seven-year span, 533 kids hoping for heart transplants didn't get one in time. But one little girl's surgery could change the rules—and save more lives.

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Robotic Knee Surgery and home the same day: Part 2

Updated: 06/20/2012 - Having knee replacement surgery used to mean weeks in bed and, sometimes, months to recover. Now, thanks to the help of a robot, doctors can use pinpoint accuracy to find the problem causing knee pain, and many times, patients now go home the same day, walking on a cane.

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Famous actor and prominent local doctor share common cause

Updated: 12/09/2011 - As parents most of us pray every day that our children will remain healthy and thrive. But for some children that's a tough order to fill, especially when they are born with a disorder for which there is no cure.

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HHS says no to over-the-counter morning-after pill

Posted: 12/07/2011 - The nation's health secretary says young teenagers cannot buy the Plan B morning-after pill without a prescription - a surprise move overruling her own experts, who were preparing to let it be sold on drugstore shelves like condoms.

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Rice still a source of arsenic in our diet

Posted: 12/06/2011 - Some important health news out Tuesday, a new study of pregnant women suggests rice continues to be a source of arsenic in our diet. The chemical occurs naturally in soil, but can also come from pesticides.

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New solution for women after a mastectomy

Updated: 12/06/2011 - Thinning hair, loss of eyelashes, no breasts. It's a reality many breast cancer patients face after chemo and a mastectomy. But with fat-grafting, patients can get their breasts back using their own stem cells.

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