Health & Lifestyles

Nursing homes starting to offer more individualized menus

Nursing homes starting to offer more individualized menus

Growing trend among nursing homes to drop rigid menus for more individualized approach to food
Published: 05/02/16
Elephants perform for final time at Ringling Bros.

Elephants perform for final time at Ringling Bros.

Elephants have performed for the last time at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus
Published: 05/02/16

The Latest: Kansas lawmakers approve biotech agency sale

Kansas legislators have authorized selling off the assets of the Kansas Bioscience Authority a dozen years after creating it to nurture emerging biotechnology companies
Published: 05/02/16

Proposal would require insurance coverage for Lyme Disease

The Massachusetts House of Representatives wants to require insurance companies to provide coverage for doctor-prescribed Lyme Disease treatments
Published: 05/01/16

Phoenix-area man injured, horse killed by lightning strike

Authorities say a man remains hospitalized at a Phoenix burn unit after being struck by lightning while horseback riding
Published: 05/01/16

Jail didn't save video footage showing cell of man who died

An attorney representing a mentally ill inmate who died at a Virginia jail is criticizing officials' decision not to save video footage captured outside the man's cell
Published: 05/01/16
Slovakia's premier leaves hospital after heart surgery

Slovakia's premier leaves hospital after heart surgery

Slovakia's prime minister has been discharged from a clinic in the capital following heart surgery
Published: 05/01/16

The Latest: Kansas House delays debate on budget plan

The Kansas House has postponed its debate on a budget-balancing plan until Sunday
Published: 05/01/16

Cardinals 3B coach Oquendo to have knee surgery, miss season

St. Louis Cardinals third base coach Jose Oquendo will undergo right knee replacement surgery next month and won't return to the team this season
Published: 04/30/16

Review finds police shooting of mentally ill man justified

The Lake County State's Attorney has concluded a northern Illinois police officer was justified in using deadly force when he fatally shot a mentally ill man earlier this year
Published: 04/30/16