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  • Actor Chris Noth Promotes Diabetes Awareness With 'Ask.Screen.Know.' Program

    Actor Chris Noth Promotes Diabetes Awareness With 'Ask.Screen.Know.' Program
    Actor Chris Noth, commonly known for his roles as Mr. Big on Sex on the City, detective Mike Logan on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and currently seen on The Good Wife opposite Julianna Margulies, is stepping out to encourage adults ages 45 and older...
  • Student recounts moments before driver crashed into bridge

    Student recounts moments before driver crashed into bridge
    Two Lighthouse Charter School students remained hospitalized at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health Monday evening, following a fatal bus crash that killed 5-year-old Donasty Smith and bus driver Thomas Spencer, 60. Ten of the 50 students on the...
  • CDC unveils graphic ads to combat smoking

    CDC unveils graphic ads to combat smoking
    Federal health officials on Thursday unveiled a $54 million national media campaign to get people to quit smoking and to prevent non-smokers, especially children, from starting. The campaign, called "Tips From Former Smokers," is intended to educate...
  • CDC unveils graphic anti-smoking ads

    CDC unveils graphic anti-smoking ads
    SAN DIEGO - The Centers for Disease Control unveiled a controversial new advertising campaign designed to scare smokers into quitting. This is the first time the CDC is launching an anti-smoking campaign and it is using graphic images to get the point...
  • Japan will face extraordinary health challenges after tsunami

    Japan will face extraordinary health challenges after tsunami
    After the surging ocean waters spawned by Japan's magnitude 8.9 earthquake receded, the drowned were only the first victims to be counted. In the coming days, physicians and public health officials along Japan's hard-hit eastern coast can expect a second...
  • Meet Joe Tucker And His $95,000 Bionic Leg

    Meet Joe Tucker And His $95,000 Bionic Leg
    Joe Tucker is the first civilian to get a hi-tech bionic leg.  A 42-year-old father-of-four, Tucker lives with his family in Putnam Valley, NY where he works as the manager of a car dealership.  Soon after the birth of his first child, while living in the...
  • How the Civil War was waged

     How the Civil War was waged
    Even in a great collection of Civil War artifacts, the gold pocket watch owned by legendary Confederate Maj. Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson would be ranked as a treasure. So would Southern cavalry commander J.E.B. Stuart's 6-shot, .36-caliber Navy...
  • Pet obesity rates growing

    Pet obesity rates growing
    Even before Eric Pihl pulls into TheraPET Wellness Center parking lot, his dog, Bonnie, climbs up from her lounging position in the back seat and eagerly looks out the window. If only we all could get that excited about climbing on the treadmill to...
  • Ky. jury selected in penis amputation lawsuit

    SHELBYVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A jury has been selected in a civil trial over a suit brought by a man who says a Kentucky surgeon amputated his penis during surgery without consulting him. The jurors were chosen Thursday in Shelbyville in the lawsuit...
  • First lawsuits filed Friday for two State Fair victims

    First lawsuits filed Friday for two State Fair victims
    The first lawsuits for wrongful death and punitive damages were filed Friday as a result of the stage collapse at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.   Kenneth J. Allen & Associates, Indiana injury attorneys, filed a lawsuit in behalf of Tammy VanDam’...
  • Leaked documents reveal border kidnapping threat

    Leaked documents reveal border kidnapping threat
    SAN DIEGO -- The same group that claimed responsibility for hacking the C.I.A. and U.S. Senate said Thursday it had broken into Arizona law enforcement computers and released hundreds of documents. A report from San Diego-based local and federal law...
  • Victim Of Penis Amputation Nearly Went Into Shock

    Victim Of Penis Amputation Nearly Went Into Shock
    A Kentucky man suing a doctor for amputating his penis testified that the moment he learned part of the organ had been removed, he wanted to flee the hospital. Former truck driver Phillip Seaton testified Monday during his civil trial against Dr. John...