Lifestyle Video

  • The Dandelion's Revenge

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- For the most part, lawn enthusiasts don't think dandelions look so dandy. They're a tough weed to get rid of, and experts think we'll be seeing more of them this year because of the mild winter. A lot of lawn companies and home owners weren't able to get the initial round of fertilizer down in time. As a result, more weeds are popping up, and everyone's playing catch-up.

  • Taking Tornadoes Seriously

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Tornadoes are serious business. They're one of the most destructive acts of nature. So why is it when there's a warning, some people run outside to get a look at the storm instead of running to a safe spot in their home? Part of the reason could be more warnings. But part of the reason there are more warnings is because of better technology. Even if this leads to slightly more false alarms, it's always better to be safe than sorry. A good look at a storm isn't worth your life.

  • Weather & Your Health: Gardening Aches & Pains

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Gardening season is getting near. While the end result looks good, you usually feel it in your knees, shoulders, and back the next day. Jason Meyers and Parkview Hospital talk about ways to lessen the pain so you can enjoy your garden and your hard work.

  • Weather & Your Health: Keeping Kids Healthy

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - As the weather warms up, it seems our lives just keep getting busier despite the fact the days are longer. And with more things to do, it gets harder and harder to keep an eye on the kids. Jason Meyers and Parkview Hospital talk about ways to keep the kids safe in the Spring and Summer.

  • March's Broken Records

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- There's only a week left in March, and this should easily be the warmest March on record. As of March 22, the average temperature is 52.5°, which is 15.9° above normal. The next hottest March on record is 48.1° in 1946. So far this month, we've broken more than 20 records.

  • Weather & Your Health: Foot Care

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Temperatures have made a jump recently, and flip-flops are getting dusted off. But it's still March, temperatures can still tumble, so it's important to remember proper footware. Jason Meyers talks to one of Parkview's Podiatrists, who has a few good tips.

  • Infant Death at Centennial Apartments

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Fort Wayne Police say a one and half month-old baby boy died after reports of not breathing.

  • Weather & Your Health: Winter & Spring Allergies

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - When you think of Winter, allergies probably aren't the first thing that come to mind. But with most of our homes sealed up for the Winter, the air inside can be filled with allergens that can agitate someone with allergies. Jason Meyers talks with Parkview's Dr. Menon about things you can do to alleviate your allergic symptoms as we transition from Winter to Spring.

  • A Day in the Life: Forensic Pathologist

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- The forensic team at a local morgue performs up to 450 autopsies a year.

  • Weather & Your Health: Snowmobiling

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Snowmobiling is a fun winter pasttime in Northern Indiana. While we haven't seen much snow this year, the snowmobiles have still been out. Proof of that is the number of injuries the Parkview Trauma Center has already seen this year. Jason Meyers and Parkview's new Trauma Medical Director discuss ways to keep out of the emergency room after some snowmobiling fun.