Study details sugar industry attempt to shape science

The analysis published Monday is based on correspondence between a sugar trade group and researchers at Harvard University, and is the latest example showing how food and beverage makers attempt to shape public understanding of nutrition.

FDA bans antiseptic chemicals from soaps; no proof they work

Friday’s decision primarily targets two once-ubiquitous ingredients — triclosan and triclocarban — that some limited research in animals suggests can interfere with hormone levels and spur drug-resistant bacteria.

Mylan launching cheaper, generic version of EpiPen

Consumers and politicians have accused the company of price-gouging, since the list price for a pair of EpiPens has climbed repeatedly from around $94 in 2007, when Mylan acquired the product.

FDA expands Zika screening to all US blood centers

The move is intended to protect the nation’s blood supply from the mosquito-borne virus and follows recent pressure from members of Congress urging the FDA to expand Zika screening.

Rabid bat discovered in Adams County

Despite the discovery, the Indiana State Board of Animal Health says residents shouldn’t be alarmed. The agency has provided guidelines on the best ways to avoid contracting the disease.

Cupping? Not just for Olympic athletes

Clinics in Fort Wayne, including Living Well Center, perform the ancient technique of raising tissue to remove lactic acid. It was made popular recently by Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps.