April is Autism Awareness Month, so we spent too a look at the disorder and some local places that specialize in Autism.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Federal health officials say the parents of premature babies enrolled in a treatment study several years ago weren't properly informed of potential risks.
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.
Simple tips to help keep your skin looking young.
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.
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.
Students at IU South Bend are gearing up for another free health clinic for Michiana residents.
Get out and walk on April 3! Encourage your co-workers to take part in National Walking Day with you!
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.
Health officials are recalling multiplef food items by the Farm Rich brand. Their citing E. coli as the reason behind this recall.
Whether it is destroyed by an injury, disease, or bad infection, doctors have a new way to rebuild a person’s jawbone.
Think you know all there is to know about your pearly whites?
Dr. Visser joins us every Saturday morning to discuss an issue big in the pet/animal community.
Indiana residents may receive more life insurance money they weren't aware they were entitled to.
A new study helps health care providers better understasnd high-risk behaviors in teens.
Medicaid expansion is hitting a roadblock in the Michigan General Assembly.
The American Cancer Society estimates that 45,000 people will be diagnosed with, and 38,000 will die from pancreatic cancer in 2013, but now researchers are working on ways to detect the killer before it forms.
Can the length of a person’s fingers and arms put them at a higher risk for serious diseases? New research is examining how certain appendages are giving doctors clues into cancer, stroke and Alzheimer’s.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning doctors and patients that a widely used antibiotic from Pfizer can cause rare but deadly heart rhythms in some patients.
State considering a bill that would make purchasing psedoephedrine, found in things like cold medicine, harder.
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