Several potential properties are under consideration. The goal is to begin construction of the new campus in 2018.
Cancer was ravaging his liver, lungs, bones and brain, and tests showed so many tumor mutations that drugs targeting one or two wouldn’t do much good. It seemed like very bad news, yet his doctors were encouraged.
The reason: People with the most messed-up genes often are the ones who do best on treatments that enlist the immune system.
Tattoos and piercings have become a common trend for young adults. Now for the first time – the American Academy of Pediatrics is weighing in, offering its recommendations for teenagers.
The report released last week found that about 8 percent or 530,000 Indiana residents lacked medical insurance in 2016, compared to 14 percent or 903,000 residents in 2013.
September has been designated as Suicide Prevention Month and Sunday specifically is World Suicide Prevention Day.
Infections have killed 15 people and hospitalized nearly 400 more, with the homeless population hit hardest since the outbreak started last November.
People on the drug also had surprisingly lower cancer death rates, especially from lung cancer. An anti-tumor effect is an exciting possibility, but it needs much more study because the heart experiment wasn’t intended to test that.
Ohio-based insurer CareSource will step up to provide coverage in Paulding County, Ohio, in 2018 – the last county lacking a health insurance provider for next year.
Panera said the new cups will be available in eight cities this week, including New York, Chicago and St. Louis. They will be in all the chain’s more than 2,000 locations by the middle of September.
The lawsuit was brought by a California woman, Eva Echeverria, who alleged Johnson & Johnson failed to adequately warn consumers about the potential cancer risks of talcum powder.
The nonpartisan number crunchers also estimated that cutting off payments that now reduce copays and deductibles for people of modest incomes would add $194 billion to federal deficits over a decade.
Jim Lucas of Seymour faces an uphill fight when he introduces a bill to legalize medical marijuana in Indiana; something Governor Eric Holcomb has previously stated he’s against.
Research found embryos can help fix themselves if scientists jump-start the process early enough, which suggests scientists might alter DNA to stop the spread of hereditary disease.
The TV series that showed a teen ending her life may have triggered a surge in online searches for suicide, including how to do it according to a new study.
Two major insurers had announced earlier this year that they would leave the exchange in 2018, leaving Ohioans in 20 counties without an option on the exchange. Paulding County could be added before late September.
The tax originally was to take effect July 1 but the Illinois Retail Merchants Association sued, arguing the tax is unconstitutional and too vague.
The vote was 49-51 with three Republican Senators voting no.
The approach holds great potential to avoid many genetic diseases, but has raised fears of “designer babies” if done for less lofty reasons, such as producing desirable traits.
The Indiana State Department of Health is urging people to protect themselves against pertussis, due to an increase in whooping cough cases across the state. Resources for checking your vaccination records are available.
Scientists have long been able to make specific changes in the DNA code. Now, they’re taking the more radical step of starting over, and building redesigned life forms from scratch.