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More than 100 Hoosiers now have confirmed cases of the swine flu, and the Indiana Department of Health expects that number to keep growing. In all, 113 cases have now been confirmed in 18 counties across Indiana. There are still no confirmed cases in...
Tags: Flu, Viral Diseases and Infections, Swine Flu, Health
An experimental treatment is offering new hope to patients fighting one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer. Researchers at Indiana University Health Neuroscience and the IU Simon Cancer Center are recruiting participants for a clinical study...
The State’s first human case of West Nile virus has been confirmed in Jefferson County, State health officials announced Tuesday. Hoosiers are reminded to be watchful of mosquitoes and to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and...
It is always a joy to visit with people older than me, and learn about their lives. I recently met Delores “Dee” Todd, a charming lady in her nineties who was born in Gwinner, N.D. After moving many, many times, she graduated from high...
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My Pet WorldQ: My 6-year-old Maltese seems pretty healthy to me, but my veterinarian still insists that the dog get vaccines every year. A holistic vet told me that since dogs just stay home and walk around the block, in reality, vaccines aren't needed every year. He...
Kitten season is in full swing and the Humane Society for Hamilton County is offering its first ever "Five. Five Dollar. Five Dollar Felines" adoption pricing. Cats five years old and up will all be $5. Cats 1-4 years old will be $15 while kittens...
My Pet WorldFor decades, Dr. Ron Schultz has been preaching that we're over-vaccinating our pets. It seems traditional veterinary medicine has quietly but decidedly come to agree with him. The proof is in black and white -- the 2011 American Animal Hospital...
The Emma K. Doub Elementary School PTA Family Night at Monkey Joe’s will be Tuesday from 3 to 7 p.m. Canine games night to be held Jan. 25 Due to a scheduling conflict, the Peaceable Paws dog-training center in Fairplay is moving this month&...
Tags: PTA, Drugs and Medicines, Preschools, Flu Vaccine, Schools
My Pet WorldQ: I've stepped outside the law because Washington State recently passed a rabies vaccine law that doesn't allow for exceptions. My dog had a life-threatening reaction to his first rabies vaccine, and is definitely not going to get another one. Do I...
I'm not a very complicated person, so often it is the simple things in life that are most rewarding for me. I was vaccinating some calves for a farmer a few days ago and, like many times before, I had a revelation in the middle of the process. It wasn't a...
Dinners planned Elks Lodge 278, at 326 N. Jonathan St., will offer chicken and fish dinners Friday night and Saturday at 6 p.m. and next weekend, Friday, Jan. 25, and Saturday, Jan. 26. Revival is this weekend Greater Campher Temple, 125 Bethel...
My Pet WorldQ: I once lived in Highland Park, Ill., with a cat named Poco. We were inseparable. When he was diagnosed with kidney stones, I had to give him up; I just couldn't afford treatment in 1987. I still miss Poco very much. How do I ask for forgiveness when he...
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