As politicians, community leaders and public health professionals try finding ways of cutting tobacco use among the 38 million American smokers, a new study suggests raising taxes as a possible solution to the problem.
At Minnetrista, 1,000 American flags cover the front lawn in remembrance of not only the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, but also military personnel of every status.
With bacterial sexually transmitted diseases on the rise, public health experts are recommending young people to exercise caution and undergo regular screening more frequently.
Ball State's faculty council unanimously voted in favor of two new items at the meeting Thursday.
The Union Stockyards of Chicago, founded in 1865, may bear witness to a new story and Ball State may play a part in doing so.