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As hot days increase, so does concern for the future of agriculture

Despite the scorched watermelons, greens and heat-stressed persimmon trees, Alex Sage looks upon the Heritage Community Garden with a smile. Sage said the community garden...

Back to school season: Should parents be worried about monkeypox?

Monkeypox cases across the world are steadily increasing, with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recording a total of 19,962 confirmed cases...

Inclusive clinical trials could improve health outcomes

In the U.S., Black people are twice as likely than white people to get Alzheimer’s disease, according to data from the National Institute on...

The Benefits of Walking are Plentiful

Broderick Rhyant, M.D.Chief Physician Executive at Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor Walking is free to do and it’s one of the most popular physical activities...

Sickle cell patients are left for ‘educated guesswork’ to get treatment. One program aims to change that.

Monica Brown is used to hearing people say she looks young for her age. She’s 41, but feels decades older — mainly because of...

Water shut-off still a possibility at 4 city apartments

Even though the residents at four Indianapolis apartment complexes continue to faithfully pay their rent, they are still at risk of having their water...

Will Indiana’s near-total abortion ban add stress to the state’s child care system?

Kelly Dawn Jones took a few days off work — something she said she never does — to testify before state lawmakers in favor...

Martindale-Brightwood property nearing end of environmental cleanup

A property in Martindale-Brightwood, near the Monon Trail and 19th Street, is undergoing a voluntary remediation cleanup to remove lead from the first three...

‘You are an angel’: Black woman given 2nd chance at life through organ donation

Jamie Taylor’s fight was not over after beating breast cancer in 2012. About a year later, she was diagnosed with kidney failure, and so began...

Indiana will offer monkeypox vaccines to at-risk people. Here’s how to sign up

The Indiana Department of Health is hosting monkeypox vaccination clinics for anyone who is at risk of exposure, including people who have been exposed to monkeypox...

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