Study Claims Fluconazole Raises Risk of Miscarriage and Birth Defects

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently reviewing a Danish study that suggests a popular vaginal yeast infection medication increases the risk of miscarriage if used while pregnant….


Drugs or Alcohol a Factor in Deadly Hendricks County Crash

Late on Sunday evening, an SUV struck a pickup truck outside of Stilesville in Hendricks County. The SUV, driven by Robin Lynn of Indianapolis, failed to stop at a stop…


Yorktown Teenager Killed in Tragic Work Accident

On Saturday, May 14, Cody Bronnenberg was working with his uncle, the owner of Homeland Tree Service. The two men were working together at a home on County Road 200…


Greenwood Man Critically Injured in Personal Watercraft Crash

A day of warm weather revelry turned tragic last week when a Greenwood man was involved in a boating accident in Jackson County. Joshua Smith, 24, was operating a personal…


E-Cigarette Poisoning in Young Children is “An Epidemic”

A new study discovers a frightening e-cigarette trend that will not be covered by the new FDA regulations on non-traditional tobacco products. Dr. Gary Smith is the director of the…


Department of Transportation Adds Millions of Airbags to Takata Recall

Up until last week, there had been 28.8 million airbags recalled due to defective inflators manufactured by Takata Corp. in Japan. Last week, an additional recall by the Department of…


FDA Extends Regulations to E-Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products

Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration extended its regulation of tobacco products last week by ruling they are subject to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C…


Amish Teen Killed in U.S. 35 Buggy Crash

Around 9:30 p.m. last Thursday, there was a fatal chain-reaction accident involving three cars and a horse-drawn buggy on U.S. 35. The accident, which occurred just south of Economy, resulted…


Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month Kicks Off

In a partnership between the Motorcycle Rider Associations of Indiana, the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, and the Indiana Department of Transportation, Governor Pence has proclaimed May to be Motorcycle…


Researchers Say Medical Error is Number 3 Cause of Death

A team of medical researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has published a report alleging medical errors to be a more common cause of death than previously thought….