A 17-year-old Connecticut girl forced by the courts to undergo chemotherapy for her cancer has finished that treatment and was expected to be released Monday from the hospital.
Treatment of HIV positive patients has come a long way since the early 1980s, when it was considered a death sentence.
The decision to change from aspartame to sucralose comes as Americans keep turning away from popular diet sodas.
The Indiana State Department of Health announced Friday 142 individuals have tested positive for HIV.
The recalls are unusual: Listeria is rarely found in ice cream because it can’t grow at freezing temperatures.
Allen County’s health department will starting putting plans in place for a needle exchange program after an HIV outbreak in southern Indiana.
At Lutheran Hospital, there are 165 people on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Nationwide there are more than 120,000 on the transportation list.
Teresa is a nurse, but she is also a mother. When her daughter Ashley lost her child, Bridget, who was born prematurely, it was a cradle that allowed the family to bond with the baby.
There is a national push to have medical marijuana oil legalized across the country.
Gov. Mike Pence has authorized a limited needle-exchange program for Scott County, located about 30 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky.
The exhibit includes 100 stories of transforming health and life. An event featuring hospital officials and a member of the Ford family takes place Thursday.
A multi-million dollar award has just been announced following what attorneys called a botched surgery. A decision was made after a trial in federal court that lasted two and a half weeks.