Twenty-five percent more dentists are going into large group practices instead of maintaining their independent practices.
The number of insurance carriers and plans offered through the federal healthcare exchange in Indiana will dramatically increase this year.
Some are calling for tougher regulations to help combat drug diversion among healthcare workers.
According to Centers for Disease Control data released today, Indiana's vaccinations rates are good compared to the national average.
A new state law requires Indiana high schools teach CPR as part of health classes, but some schools don't have the money to do so.
Kokomo is considering an ordinance that would ban smoking in bars, taverns and clubs.
The anti-smoking foundation Legacy premiered a new ad campaign this weekend, and now it's mobilizing anti-smoking groups in schools.
A study will determine the demand in Indiana for more food hubs, which work like online farmer's markets.
The expanded Lifeline Law protects underage students who call for medical help.
Dr. William VanNess's resignation will go into affect October of this year.