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35 US states sue British drugmaker over marketing of opioid

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California is among 35 states and the District of Columbia that filed a lawsuit Thursday alleging that opioid drugmaker Indivior tried to keep generic versions of Suboxone off the market.Read more

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Healthy diet may help children become better readers

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A new study suggests a healthy diet may help young children become better readers.Read more

Organ transplant patients may have increased risk of skin cancer

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Patients who undergo an organ transplant may have an increased risk of developing skin cancer. Read more

State health department receives funding to boost naloxone supply

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State health officials received a grant to build a supply of the antidote for heroin overdoses.Read more

Tim Shurr talks about the Body Transformation Program

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Tim Shurr is the creator of the Body Transformation program. He joined Eyewitness News at Noon to talk about the best ways to approach your weight-loss goals.Read more

Thinning hair? You could be your own worst enemy!

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Many women notice hair loss or thinning as they age, but there are things you may do every day that could be speeding up that process.Read more

Jackson Laboratory, IU receiving $25M for Alzheimer's research

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The National Institute on Aging is awarding $25 million to the Jackson Laboratory and Indiana University to help speed up testing of therapies to fight Alzheimer's Disease.Read more

CDC study finds higher risks from cat-scratch fever

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A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study suggests that the bacterial infection cat-scratch disease may have a deeper and more deadly impact on people than originally thought.Read more

Jane Pauley opens new health center in Indianapolis

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Former Today Show anchor and Indianapolis native Jane Pauley was back home in Indiana Wednesday.Read more

Patients stay awake during new heart procedure

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There's a new procedure to help heart patients too frail for major surgery, but you have to stay awake through the process.Read more