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These days when I call my dad, a Chinese immigrant, he tells me not to go out — not just because of social distancing, but because he worries about my safety.
About a year ago, someone sent a link to 26 people through my Facebook Messenger account.
Two weeks ago, Lilly Endowment Inc. gifted a $10.9 million grant through the IU Foundation to support renovations to Lilly Library. The Lilly Library, located in the Fine Arts Plaza of Indiana University, is one of the most important rare book and manuscript libraries in the United States.
Imagine a physician who has seen the same man visit the emergency room 10 times in the past year. She treats him each time he comes, but he’s hard to track down, and she can’t help but wonder what’s going on in his home life to make him come to the ER this often. Would improving his home situation improve his health and reduce his visits to the ER?
Ask any IU student for the two crucial components that make the Little 500 race what it is, and they would likely answer: bicycles and alcohol.
Spring is here and so is Sexually Transmitted Diseases Awareness Month. To celebrate, here are 10 common misconceptions about STDs.
Last week, three Chinese-American societies published a letter expressing concern over attitudes that portray Chinese scientists as threats to national interests. Titled “Racial profiling harms science,” the letter cites cases in which Chinese-American scientists were wrongfully accused of spying as evidence of racial profiling.
Federal prosecutors charged over 50 individuals early last week with engaging in an illegal scheme to get young adults into elite universities in one of the largest college admissions scandals to date.
This semester, IU Health Center’s Counseling and Psychological Services began offering a new video counseling service.
The Food and Drug Administration recently announced efforts to strengthen its regulation of dietary supplements.
The United States Department of Justice moved to stop the opening of a safe injection site in Philadelphia this month, which would have allowed people to use illicit drugs under medical supervision.
Pope Francis publicly acknowledged the sexual abuse of nuns by Catholic priests and bishops for the first time Feb. 5.
Valentine’s Day may be Feb. 14, but it also marks the start of National Condom Week in the United States.
Editor's note: This column has been updated for clarity.
Two weeks ago, U.S. Rep. Ed Case, D-1st District, claimed to be “an Asian trapped in a white body” while addressing a crowd of Asian-American and Pacific Islander voters in Washington.
A video of Katelyn Ohashi’s floor routine has gone viral this week, gaining over 28 million views. Ohashi, a senior at UCLA, earned a perfect 10 for her routine set to music by Michael Jackson.
The company behind Juul, a popular vaping device sometimes called the “iPhone of e-cigarettes,” recently unveiled a $10 million radio and TV ad campaign titled “Make the Switch” aimed at adult smokers trying to quit.
In Franklin, Indiana, many children are developing rare, life-threatening cancers, which can be traced back to a carcinogenic plume released from an old industrial site.