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1st malaria vaccine tried out in babies in 3 African nations

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Malaria is one of the world's deadliest and most stubborn diseases. Now babies in three African nations are getting the first vaccine for malaria in an unusual pilot...Read more

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From beauty to blood pressure and even whiter teeth: Behold the banana!

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Bananas are known for their nutritional benefits, including fiber, potassium, B6 and Vitamin C.Read more

CDC warns flu vaccine does not match the virus hitting children especially hard

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Doctors say they’re completely safe, and they’re usually quite effective, but a new report from the Centers for Disease Control revealed this season’s flu vaccine is not...Read more

'Death with Dignity' bill proposed in Indiana

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Eight states, plus the District of Columbia, currently have "death with dignity" laws.Read more


How to avoid germs at the gym? Exercise caution and cleanliness

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Going to the gym seems like a good idea, right? Except it's the height of cold and flu season and gyms can be a breeding ground for germs.Read more

Vaping detectors coming to Hamilton County schools

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Another Indiana school district is coming up with new solutions to stop the teen vaping epidemic.Read more

Beating the 'Winter Blues'

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Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression related to the change in seasons.Read more


IU researchers using Tyler Trent's cancer cells find promising therapy

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By looking at Trent's cancer cells, researchers were able to find a variation that is found in tumors that recur.Read more

How's your Keto diet holding up in 2020?

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The Keto diet has been one of the most popular weight loss contributors in recent years and focuses on a high-fat, low-carb, moderate protein, eating plan.Read more

3 romaine lettuce outbreaks appear to be over, CDC says

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Nearly 200 people in multiple states were sickened, including 19 who suffered kidney failure.Read more