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Study: Blacks receive poor

quality of care in nursing homes By ERICKA P. THOMPSON Nursing homes are mostly segregated throughout the Midwest, a new report suggests. A national...

September is Ovarian and Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Shining a light on cancer By ERICKA P. THOMPSON For decades ovarian cancer quietly killed women. With no known symptoms, the cancer increased to...

Combat heart disease

and stroke with prevention By DANYELLA DAVIS The primary cause of death in Indiana, according to the American Heart Association, is cardiovascular diseases and...

Stroke 101

Five risk factors that you control By SHANNON WILLIAMS Stroke is a form of cardiovascular disease that affects the arteries leading to the brain....

An inside look

at a heart attack By BRANDON A. PERRY Given that heart disease is one of the leading causes of death, affecting nearly 900,000 people...

Bad heart?

Know your options for surgery Compiled By ERICKA P. THOMPSON Angioplasty What it does Tiny balloons are threaded through a blood vessel and into...

Education crucial

for Black women | and heart disease By ERICKA P. THOMPSON Heart disease kills Black women. The No. 1 killer of all women, African-American...

Seconds save lives

Knowing what to do in a cardiac emergency By SHANNON WILLIAMS Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a condition where every second counts when working...

Indiana gets fatter

Obesity rate increases despite state effort By ERICKA P. THOMPSON Despite the state’s efforts to reduce the number of overweight and obese Hoosiers, we’re...

What is botulism and how is it treated?

As of Aug. 14, the Castleberry Food Co.’s Web site still posted a long list of its voluntary recall of products linked to a...


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