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- Indiana To Declare Public Health Emergency Over HIV Outbreak Faced with a growing HIV outbreak tied to intravenous drug use, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said Wednesday he's considering a needle-exchange program as part of a public health emergency he's preparing to declare in a county that's at the epicenter of...
- Ind. Governor Signs 'Right To Try' Experimental Drugs For Terminally Ill Patients Into Law Terminally ill patients in Indiana will be able to use experimental drugs that are not yet on pharmacy shelves under a new law signed Tuesday by Gov. Mike Pence.
- Study Says Youth In Rural Areas Have Higher Suicide Rate A new Ohio State University study has found that adolescents and young adults living in rural areas are more likely to commit suicide than those in cities.
- Apple Watch & ResearchKit Raise Privacy Concerns Apple's announcement brought the potential for a healthier future with innovative technology that’s guaranteed to take the world by storm for its practicality and it’s privacy risks.
- The Story Of Sharing America's Marrow Sam Kimura, her sister and her best friend are on a mission to help people around the country in need of life saving blood marrow. See how these three young women are going about making a real difference.
- Ohio Plans To Revoke Doctor's License For Inappropriately Touching Patients CINCINNATI (CBS CLEVELAND/AP) — Ohio authorities plan to take away the medical license of a Cincinnati area doctor accused of repeated sexual misconduct, including sexual activity with patients after they asked for advice. The State Medical Board...
- Violent Death of Miami University Student Highlights Potential Domestic Dangers OXFORD, Ohio (AP) — The violent death of a Miami University junior highlights the potential danger of violence that can erupt from troubled relationships, experts say. The Hamilton-Middletown Journal-News reports that a state report found ...
- Hackers Infiltrate Nation's Second-Largest Health Insurer In 'Very Sophisticated' Cyberattack Health insurer Anthem said hackers infiltrated its computer network and accessed a host of personal information about current and former customers, including their Social Security numbers, incomes and street addresses.
- 5 Helpful Tips For A Long Life Want to live a healthy and happy life for decades to come? David B. Angus, MD, author of "A Short Guide To A Long Life," has five tips to have you living well for years to come.
- Measles Outbreak: To Vaccinate Or Not Vaccinate With the potential to affect thousands, the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. has placed a spotlight on a debate that’s raged for years.
- Study: Men Who Post Selfies Show Psychopathic Tendencies Men who regularly posted photos of themselves online scored higher on a measure for narcissism and psychopathy.
- Study: Stress Causes Aging -- Even In Teens And Pre-teens Researchers say they looked at 97 healthy 10- to 14-year-old girls with either a maternal history of depression or no history of the disorder.
- Expert Warns Doing This While Checking Your Messages Can Cause 'Email Apnea' Like sleep apnea, email apnea puts people at risk for a variety of illnesses, such as stroke, heart attack and diabetes, expert believe.
- Medical Trial May Help Offset Peanut Allergies CBS 2's Mary Kay Kleist reports, researchers at Lurie Children's Hospital are conducting a study that may give patients other options in the future. But does it work?
- Survey: Primary Care Doctor Shortage Result Of ACA A shortage of primary care doctors has emerged as thousands of people gained insurance through the Affordable Care Act, according to a new survey.