(95.3 MNC) An Elkhart man is injured after striking a deer with his motorcycle early Wednesday morning.It happened just before 1:30 a.m. on M-62 near Pine Lake Street in Cass County, Michigan.Cass County Dispatch received a 911 call about the motorcycle crash from a passerby who had picked up the injured rider and drove him to a local hospital.Police report the rider was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. His condition was not released. Elkhart man injured in Cass County motorcycle crash Wednesday TAGSCass CountycrashdeerElkhartIndianainjuredm-62MichiganmotorcyclePine Lake Street Twitter Google+ Google+ Pinterest By Brooklyne Beatty – April 8, 2020 0 379 Facebook Pinterest IndianaLocalMichiganNews WhatsApp Previous articleSt. Joseph County first responders to conduct lights and sirens processionNext articleGov. Holcomb signs order for retired, inactive EMS workers during pandemic Brooklyne Beatty Facebook WhatsApp Twitter
Read Full Story Children affected by HIV — those who live with HIV-positive caregivers or who are orphaned by AIDS — experience anxiety and depression at levels that are similar to children who actually have HIV, according to a new study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).Studying nearly 700 10- to 17-year-old children in Rwanda from March to December 2012, the researchers found that HIV-affected children had significantly higher levels of mental health difficulties than children unaffected by HIV. Further, they found no statistical difference in levels of mental health issues between HIV-affected children and children living with HIV.The study was led by Theresa Betancourt, associate professor of child health and human rights in HSPH’s Department of Global Health and Population, and included colleagues from Rwanda, HSPH’s François-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights, Boston Children’s Hospital, Partners in Health, Harvard Medical School, and Columbia University.
Chelsea hope either Diego Costa or Loic Remy will be fit for Sunday’s match at Arsenal after Didier Drogba suffered an ankle injury. He wrote on Twitter: “Disappointed not to be able to play the #MAP2015 because of an ankle injury but still supporting #EbolaResponse.” It is not the first time Drogba has had an ankle problem this season. He has made five Premier League starts this campaign, but could be displaced in Chelsea’s starting line-up at the Emirates Stadium anyway if Costa or Remy is fit. “Our target was for Diego to play the last four matches and Arsenal is the sixth match from the end,” Mourinho said last Friday. “He starts training with rest of the squad next week.” Mourinho also reported Remy had a better than 50 per cent chance to play against United, although teenager Dominic Solanke was on the substitutes’ bench, with the France striker ruled out. Chelsea are 10 points clear of the second-placed Gunners and victory against Arsene Wenger’s men will mean the Blues can wrap up the title at Leicester three days later. The 37-year-old Ivory Coast striker has led the Premier League leaders’ attack in wins over QPR and Manchester United in recent weeks due to Costa’s hamstring injury and Remy’s calf problem. Drogba, a United Nations Development Programme Goodwill Ambassador, on Monday withdrew from featuring in the Match Against Poverty in St Etienne. Press Association