The survey found most adults say today’s children are less physically and emotionally healthy compared to past generations.
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There’s a new troubling prediction out about the future health of children in America.
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A new bridge along a major road in Avon will open early on Nov. 15.
After research released last month, many pregnant women are concerned about how to deal with pain.
Wendell Trent is 92-years-old, but his memory from the time he served the Navy during World War II is sharp.
This Thanksgiving you have a special chance to support the Indiana State Police and get a good workout in before your big holiday meal.
The honor is not just for how he cares for patients, but also what he’s done for himself and his coworkers.
A central Indiana girl is already hard at work to make sure Christmas is special, even for those who will spend it in the hospital.
The Hancock County Commission approved the purchase Tuesday morning at a regularly scheduled meeting.
Standing for more than 100 years now, the bridge has stories just as old.