The vows were renewed in a joint ceremony.
An ordinance that went into effect in Allen County in January of 2015 is intended to keep tires from becoming breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
Far too many Americans die of cardiac arrest, and now a major new report urges a national campaign to improve survival in part by making sure more bystanders know how to help.
The justices voted 5-4 to grant an emergency appeal from the clinics after a federal appeals court upheld new regulations, refusing to keep them on hold while the clinics appealed to the Supreme Court.
California lawmakers on Monday sent the governor a contentious bill that would impose one of the strictest school vaccination laws in the country after a series of emotionally charged debates.
The sites could be open by late July or early August.
More vegetables and less sugar lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s proposals, developed with guidance from experts.
VA health care sites experienced a 10.5 percent increase in workload for the 12-month period that ended in April.
The state health department’s website shows that there has been one lab-confirmed positive test in Wells, Wabash and Shelby counties.
Nationally, 10.2 million people have signed up for health insurance under the Obama health overhaul.
At least 30 children a day require medical attention after eating a pod.
The man didn’t realize he had recorded what was being said while sedated during a colonoscopy. The doctor and surgical tem could be heard insulting and mocking him.
According to the CDC, seven human cases of plague are reported on average each year.
The company said Monday that Trix and Reese’s Puffs will be among the first cereals to undergo the changes. The Minneapolis company says cereals like Lucky Charms that have marshmallows may take longer to reformulate.
The announcement comes as investors have been speculating for weeks about the possibility of a major acquisition.
Jeni’s closed its shops and halted production June 12 after listeria was found in the plant for the second time since April.
The hospital started the next phase of work Thursday with crews working on the front of the hospital.
The move will remove artificial trans fats from the food supply almost entirely. However, consumers aren’t likely to notice much of a difference in their favorite foods.
The new research suggests patients should be pushy about getting follow-up care so they don’t have to return to emergency departments.
The Health Department says it has received a five-year, $3.25 million federal grant to work with the university to establish the Ebola treatment center.