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9 Reasons to Care About the NFL Combine

This month, every pro-football big shot and real-life Jerry Maguire comes to town to evaluate this year’s NFL draft prospects. Here’s why you should care.

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The Poop Scoop

“No one looks forward to a colonoscopy, but it’s easier on the body than surgery.”

Top Doctors. Indianapolis Monthly. November 2013.
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IU's Stem-Cell Research Center Can Rebuild You

“I was willing to try anything,” says Chip Gagnier of the study. “I would have done handstands if it meant I wouldn’t need to have my legs amputated.”

Top Doctors. Indianapolis Monthly. November 2013.
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In Praise of Indy's Top-Notch Nurses

Even the best doctors can’t be around for constant care. For that, thank goodness, we have nurses.

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Indy's Competitive Hospitals Get Along Through MESH

In cases of mass emergency, Managed Emergency Surge for Healthcare (MESH) helps Indianapolis-area facilities train for and coordinate with each other during pressing situations such as the three noted here.

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Timeline: Hoosier Hearts Have Come a Long Way

For decades, Indiana physicians have been on the cutting edge of cardiac care—and they’re not done yet.

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IU Health Joins Statewide Fight Against Gay-Marriage Amendment

President and CEO Daniel F. Evans, Jr.’s words were pointed: “IU Health is committed to the health and economic well-being of our communities: we challenge our policymakers to do the same.”

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Lance Armstrong's Ex-Teammate Calls on IU Health Personnel to Corroborate 1996 Doping Confession

Former Lance Armstrong teammate Frankie Andreu tells IM that Dr. Larry Einhorn, esteemed oncologist with the IU School of Medicine and Lance Armstrong Foundation, was not present in the Indianapolis hospital room where Armstrong allegedly admitted to doping in 1996. But he wants to know the identities of the people who were.

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Winnie Ballard, Colts Fans & More Turn Canal Pink

Rain did not dilute the hue nor the attitude of today’s Pinking of the Canal put on by the Indianapolis Colts and Hard Rock Cafe. For the third year, Colts organization staffers, volunteers, breast-cancer survivors and cure seekers, and friends turned the canal pink to recognize National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Colts cheerleaders, along with the team’s mascot, Blue, and Super Fan Michael Hopson all donned their best pink in support of the event.

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