Athletes affected by head, heat and heart injuries or conditions attract immediate attention in the media.
Millions of working Americans are still without health insurance, and many more worry about whether they'll be able to afford their existing coverage due to rising health costs.
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.
A peek inside the workings of Diffraction-Enhanced X-ray Imaging (DEXI).
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