September has been crowned the month to move through a new Turnstone event that encourages supporters and community members to move 100 miles throughout the month. Funds raised from Turnstone’s inaugural
This year, getting an annual influenza vaccination is more important than ever, says a Purdue University nursing expert.
There are many reasons for getting a flu shot, says Libby Richards, an associate
This school year is beginning in much the way the last one ended, with many districts opting for virtual learning, which means children sit at home in front of computer screens rather than in a classroom
The number of motor vehicle fatalities has been trending down for decades, driven in large part by more people wearing seat belts. In 2004, more than 19,000 occupants killed in car crashes were unrestrained
AWS Foundation, in partnership with community leaders, celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and honors the lives of children and adults with intellectual and
Ball State University audiologist Lynn Bielski urges people to protect their hearing from noise sources such as concerts, lawn mowers, road construction and fireworks.
Summer is a good time to think
Aging & In-Home Services (AIHS) will continue its COVID-19 nutrition program outreach – Grab n’ Go Meals – through August. The distributions are held in the Parkview Field Silver Lot (1301
Indiana is set to enter its fifth and final stage of Governor Holcomb’s “Back On Track Indiana” plan on July 4. Hospitals and testing sites in Allen County have continued to report around 35 new
Health officials want to remind the community COVID-19 is still here, local hospitals are still seeing a steady increase in hospitalizations and recommended precautions to slow the spread should still
Don’t let the buzz of mosquitoes keep you indoors. Most mosquitoes are a nuisance, causing rashes and itching but some species can transmit diseases that can make you sick. Understanding how they
Hungry Howies showed huge community spirit today by dropping off pizza for our residents and staff. We have all been working very hard at Kingston Residence to keep our residents and staff safe following
Local government and mental health experts and organizations today highlighted mental health services and resources that are available to individuals and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week, community events are postponing, schools are sending home letters about hygiene best practices, populated workplaces began instituting a remote work-from-home policy and local governments
Hoosiers across the state will be celebrating Disability Awareness Month this March. Turnstone will be joining this 30-year movement orchestrated by the Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities
1. You must have Part A and/or Part B of Medicare.
2. You must live in the plan’s service area.
When beginning the process, in most cases, you should enroll in Part D as soon as you are
More than 200 Indiana convenience stores, restaurants, and businesses throughout the State of Indiana are raising funds to help transform the lives of children and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS
Every January millions of people declare that with the changing of the year they should bring changes to their lives, and with that comes New Year’s Resolutions. Whether it be to travel more, save
Award-winning dancer and Paralympian, Cheryl Angelelli and her professional partner, Tamerlan Gadirov, recently visited Fort Wayne to help launch northeast Indiana’s first adaptive ballroom dancing
Public health officials are recommending temporary visitation restrictions for area hospitals, healthcare facilities and nursing homes in response to recent increased flu activity.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana awarded the 2019 Diane Humphrey Award to Natalie Axel during the 12th Annual Women’s Champagne Brunch at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. Established