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STUDY: Taser Use Can Lead to Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Death

| Indianapolis - A new study shows an electronic control device (ECD), often referred to as a “Taser,” has the capacity to provoke ventricular arrhythmias, sudden cardiac arrest and even death. The device is popular among law enforcement officials who use the weapon to stun suspects by shooting electrified barbs, which deliver an initial…

IU Health Bariatric & Medical Weight Loss Presents Annual Fashion Madness Event

- Indianapolis, Ind.— Indiana University Health Bariatric & Medical Weight Loss is presenting the second annual Fashion Madness event this Saturday, April 28 from 10 am – 1 pm. The event will take place at the bariatric center, located at 6640 Intech Park, Suite 375 in Indianapolis. The Fashion Madness event is designed…

Free Women’s Health Seminar

- MUNCIE – Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital is hosting a free women’s health seminar with a focus on robotic surgery, 6 pm, Thursday, May 3. Dr. Pete Voss and Dr. Daniel Lopiccolo, both obstetricians and gynecologists with IU Health Ball Memorial Voss Center for Women, will discuss women’s health with…

IU Health Goshen earns “Workplace of Distinction” award

- IU Health Goshen earns “Workplace of Distinction” award April 26, 2012 GOSHEN, Ind.—Indiana University Health Goshen earned the 2011 Apex Workplace of Distinction award from Morehead Associates. The Apex award recognizes the industry’s top employers, determined by objective data gathered from employee surveys.…

Free Joint Pain seminar April 26

- Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital and Central Indiana Orthopedics are offering a free seminar on Joint Pain, 6:30 pm, Thursday, April 26. Dr. Brent Damer, orthopedic surgeon with Central Indiana Orthopedics and a member of the IU Health Ball Memorial medical staff, will be discussing tips and strategies to prevent…

IU Health Hospice House provides end of life care in home-like setting

- Bloomington, Ind. (April 24, 2012) – In the final days of life, many find comfort in the ability to be with their loved ones in a comfortable environment where time can be spent together. The Indiana University Health Hospice House in Bloomington strives to provide this to its patients and their loved ones. After more than…

Prevention is Key to Avoiding Lawn Mower Injuries

- INDIANAPOLIS –It starts off innocently. A child wanders outside while the yard is being mowed. The child approaches the unaware person mowing the yard. Suddenly, the mower turns or backs up and the child is abruptly caught underneath the mower. This is the sad reality every year and Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University…

IU Health Bloomington Hospital earns “Baby-Friendly” designation

- Bloomington, Ind. (April 20, 2012) - Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital is now a Baby-Friendly Birth Facility. The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated IU Health Bloomington Hospital as a Baby-Friendly Birth Facility. The hospital received the honor for being a leader in care for infant feeding. “We are…


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