Indiana, county scramble to prepare for Affordable Care Act enrollment
Today, the federal Affordable Care Act opens its marketplace, and while the shopping frenzy for insurance bargains may have begun, not everyone is prepared for the anticipated crush of shoppers.
Looking for a home
When a patient loses hair as a result of chemotherapy, for many, the ramifications are much deeper. That’s where an alternative therapy known as the cold cap comes in, and local hair stylist Stacie Leons-Parnell is on a mission to make sure it’s available to those who want it.
Blankenship: Cognitive decline with age not normal
Many forms of dementia remain under-diagnosed, leaving those who have it without treatment until they are moderately advanced.
County forms new suicide prevention coalition
Community leaders have sprung into action to save lives by increasing not only awareness, but the ability of the average resident to step in as a bridge to a safe place.
Questions remain on heart supplemental calcium
Doctors and medical organizations are somewhat in limbo when it comes to advising women on dietary and supplemental calcium because of a recent spate of conflicting studies weighing its effect on heart health.
- Indiana, county scramble to prepare for Affordable Care Act enrollment