A Nobel Prize winner and a leader in the research on the causes of heart attacks is excited about a new, large-scale study aimed at preventing heart attacks. He’s also delighted that Methodist Hospitals in Gary and Merrillville are vigorously joining in the effort.
There it is—that pain, the one that seems to holler, “inflammation!” It comes and goes, but each time it’s just as hard to endure. Or maybe it’s the nagging pain that’s a constant reminder of another chronic condition.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Republican-controlled Indiana House voted 70-26 Tuesday to strictly regulate the use of abortion-inducing pills and the clinics that distribute them.
Six years after the Supreme Court’s Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion, I was covering the Indiana Senate.
Amidst all the ribald humor, the yuks, and even “Pope LaMarr I” at the Gridiron Dinner the other night, something leaped off the gigantic video screen in the Indiana Roof Ballroom.
INDIANAPOLIS | Standing in front of an oversized report card on the House floor Thursday, Democratic Leader Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, awarded midterm grades to the Republican supermajority: "D-" for supporting traditional public schools; "Incomplete" for aiding the middle class; and "B+…
INDIANAPOLIS | A woman seeking a pill-induced abortion may be compelled to undergo only one ultrasound, instead of two, following a change made Monday to pending legislation by the Indiana Senate.
INDIANAPOLIS | Legislation to regulate pill-induced abortions similarly to surgical abortions in Indiana has prompted national criticism, because the measure could lead to some abortion-seeking women undergoing two ultrasounds.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP | From the robes, television and snacks in the inner waiting room to the neutral colors on the walls, the Center for Women's Health is designed to ease anxiety that can accompany medical procedures.
Radiology students Samantha Holmes of Griffith, left, Andrea Sanchez, of Hammond, and Aya Abdalaziz, of Merrillville, use a computer interface to X-ray a cadaver Friday as part of the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at Indiana University Northwest.
Prosection students Pete Zack, of Hammond, Jarad Markley, of Plainfield, Ind., and Kaleigh Fetcko, of Crown Point, view X-rays of a human cadaver Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana Republicans won control of both chambers of the General Assembly in November by promising less government and more freedom.
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