Blood donations are needed ahead of the summer

INDIANA — When schools let out for summer and families set off on vacation, the American Red Cross typically sees a decline in donors, which…

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Equitable relief is effective now through the end of 2022 for Medicare

INDIANA — The Social Security Administration (SSA) Equitable Relief Special Enrollment Period is effective now until December 31, 2022. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)…

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Hoosiers encouarged to protect themselves against tick bites

INDIANA — Indiana health officials are urging Hoosiers to protect themselves from tick bites during and after spending time outdoors as warmer weather increases tick…

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Nearly 60% of Americans now have antibodies from Covid-19 infection, CDC study finds

INDIANA – Nearly 60% of adults and 75% of children have antibodies indicating that they’ve been infected with Covid-19, according to new data from the US Centers…

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Moderna seeks emergency use authorization for Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 6 months

INDIANA – Moderna is seeking emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration for its Covid-19 vaccine for children 6 months through 5…

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Monroe County Health Department seeing increase of COVID-19 cases

MONROE CO. – The Monroe County Health Department saw a sharp increase in COVID-19 case numbers at the end of last week, receiving 263 reports…

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Red Cross and Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice: Giving blood or platelets is a simple act with a powerful impact

INDIANA — The American Red Cross, Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice and Suburban Propane have joined together to encourage communities to commit to…

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Governor’s Public Health Commission begins work on recommendations for key focus areas

INDIANAPOLIS — The Governor’s Public Health Commission met Thursday at the Indiana State Library to review recommendations surrounding governance, services and infrastructure; workforce; and data…

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Attorney General Todd Rokita protects Hoosiers by holding big tobacco accountable

INDIANA – Attorney General Todd Rokita advanced Indiana’s battle to help Hoosiers stop smoking and decrease the incidence of youth smoking throughout the state by…

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Lucky Charms is being investigated after thousands report getting sick from the cereal

INDIANA – An FDA investigation began after 3,000 people reported gastrointestinal issues after eating Lucky Charms cereal. Consumers posted on iwaspoisoned.com, a site where people can…

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