Recently, CBS News came out with some pretty amazing statistics about the wide disparity in costs for a common surgical procedure across the country. For the appendectomy, a common and often performed operation, one would expect to pay virtually the same price regardless of what part of the country the surgery was done. Not so,…

On July 1, 2010, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels signed legislation that prohibits the use of any telecommunications device to type, transmit or read text messages or emails while operating a moving motor vehicle. If caught, offenders can face a fine of up to $500. We bring this to your attention because the U.S. Department of…

Nearly 100 people were seen protesting outside the LaGrange County, Indiana Courthouse on Monday, April 9th. Ireena Keeslar was arrested March 31st on a felony charge of practicing midwifery without a license. Indiana is one of fifteen states that prohibits Certified Professional Midwives (CPMs) from delivering babies and generally prevents women from choosing mid-wife assisted…

Investigators with the inspector general’s office of the Health and Human Services Department have discovered that Nursing homes are ill prepared to protect their frail residents during a natural disaster. The investigation examined the number of nursing homes that met or exceeded federal emergency planning and training regulations on paper, and then went into the…

As we quickly approach the summer months in Indiana, more people will be headed outside to swim. Although swimming can be an enjoyable pastime, it is important to be on the lookout for unexpected dangers. Oftentimes, underwater hazards and shallow water levels at popular lakes are not well marked. If there are no signs or…

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