CDC warns of an increase in respiratory illness among children that could lead to a polio-like condition

INDIANA – Doctors across the United States have seen an increase among children of a respiratory virus that can cause polio-like muscle weakness. In most…

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Location for new COVID-19 Booster added to vaccine map

INDIANA – The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) announced today that it has added locations that are offering the new bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccines, which…

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Schneck offering free exams to women in need in October

SEYMOUR – Schneck Medical Center is offering free breast and cervical cancer screenings in October. The event will feature a clinical breast exam (not a…

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Updated COVID-19 vaccine booster now available to anyone 12 and older

INDIANA – An updated COVID-19 vaccine booster is now available according to IU Health to anyone 12 and older who has completed their initial COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s…

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More than $110,000 to support the care and research programs of the Alzheimer’s Association

BLOOMINGTON – About 530 Bloomington-area residents participated in this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Bloomington at Switchyard Park on Sept. 11, 2022. The event…

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Monkeypox Update: FDA takes significant action to help expand access to testing

INDIANA – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is announcing steps to further increase monkeypox testing capacity and accessibility nationwide as part of its continued…

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Indiana receives federal approval to continue extending postpartum Medicaid coverage to one year

INDIANA – The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration today received approval from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to continue its practice…

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Attorney General Todd Rokita protects elderly Hoosiers from improper medical care

 INDIANA – Attorney General Todd Rokita is fighting for Hoosiers living in assisted living facilities after multiple nurses’ licenses were found to be expired.   “The…

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IU Health already seeing impact ahead of Sept. 15 abortion ban

INDIANA — With just two weeks until Indiana’s abortion ban goes into effect, the state’s largest healthcare system IU Health is already seeing an impact…

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Indiana Dept. of Health launches monkeypox dashboard

INDIANA – The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) Wednesday launched a new data dashboard showing the prevalence of monkeypox cases in the state, broken down…

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