5 health stories you may have missed (7/21/2017)

Upcoming Bike to Beat Cancer training rides, mammogram results now will tell Kentucky women more, young heart transplant patient takes on Washington and more stories you may have missed

Three Bike to Beat Cancer training rides coming up

Registration is open! Want to take part? Go to BiketoBeatCancer.org. Join our Facebook page to discover more.

Mammogram results now will tell Kentucky women more

Starting this month in Kentucky, the letter you receive with your mammogram results will tell you whether you have dense breast tissue. Find out why it matters.

How a young heart transplant patient took on Washington

Scharnese Cook met with top lawmakers to advocate for kids. She shared this about her trip.

Worried about phthalates in mac and cheese?

A recent study reported in the New York Times warns that the powdered cheese mixture has chemicals called phthalates. Is your macaroni and cheese safe to eat?

Ticks spreading Heartland virus in Southern Indiana

Infectious disease physician shares some tips for protecting your family


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