Updated: 5:48 PM October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, serving as a reminder that beating the disease is not always the end of the fight for women who overcome it. Many women face overwhelming exhaustion during and after undergoing treatment. However, there are ways for survivors to literally eat away fatigue with certain foods.
Updated: 11:18 PM Diabetes affects 26 million people in the US and is the leading cause of new blindness in adults. Now, for the first time in a long time, the FDA has approved a drug to help save diabetics' vision.
Updated: 12:13 PM Cleveland Clinic Research, Dr. VInce Tuohy has developed a breast cancer vaccine that has proven 100 percent effective in three animal models. Needs 6 million dollars to test on women.
Updated: 7:05 PM We often hear police say that everyday people need to be their eyes and ears in the fight against crime. And that appears to be the case in the recent arrest of a man suspected of burglary.
Updated: 7:42 PM Officers will be stationed on top of the Krispy Kreme Doughnuts on Main St. in Mishawaka lowering buckets to collect donations for the Family Justice Center on Friday, October 5, and Saturday, October 6, from 6 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Updated: 2:02 PM Notre Dame researchers, along with a renown children's hospital, believe that by literally shedding light on a bruise, they can give doctors and police a new tool to fight child abuse.
Updated: 7:24 AM A hydroelectric turbine purchased in the 1980s has finally been installed in Setiz Park and will soon be cranking out energy savings of around $40,000 a year for the city. That might just be the tip of the iceberg for hydroelectric power in South Bend.
Updated: 7:07 PM Better late than never, a hydroelectric turbine purchased in the early 80's, was finally installed in Downtown South Bend. Now this new installation will soon be saving money for the city.
Updated: 6:56 PM Summer is almost over, but the wedding season will be in full swing throughout the fall. And if you're planning a spring wedding, don't delay. It's important to start planning early, and avoid common pitfalls so your wedding day will be one to remember forever.