Why aspartame might not be so bad after all – Class Activity


By Gabby Shacknai Since the FDA approved it in 1981, the artificial sweetener Aspartame, which is commonly used as a supplement to sugar in low-calorie foods…read more

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Indiana hopes needle exchange will help stem HIV epidemic


Officials in the state of Indiana have approved a needle exchange program to help curb an HIV outbreak that is unprecedented in the state’s history. Continue reading


Indiana students raise awareness during state HIV epidemic

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The number of confirmed HIV cases in Scott County, Indiana, has spiked in recent months, leading to rumors among students about how the virus is…read more


Young filmmakers get a kickstart on a teen zombie movie


Sam and Mattie, two aspiring filmmakers with Down syndrome, raised over $20,000 for their new project. Continue reading


How do hospitals care for Ebola patients?


As Ebola cases have appeared outside West Africa, hospitals are facing the challenge of caring for patients infected by an aggressive virus with no cure. Continue reading

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