Pain specialists are considering how to protect themselves after a doctor was allegedly killed by a man after not prescribing opioids to the man's wife.
People who get Alzheimer’s before 65 represent only about five percent of the population living with the disease.
The White House announced late Thursday night the federal government will no longer provide cost sharing reductions for Affordable Care Act insurance plans.
After introducing bipartisan legislation focused on the opioid epidemic, Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) spoke to addiction recovery advocates.
The lack of funding is largely because of a law preventing the CDC from using federal funds “to advocate or promote gun control.”
Governor Eric Holcomb says he will remain positive on addressing the issue.
Indiana lawmakers Wednesday studied the potential of a move to prohibit the death penalty in cases where a defendant has a serious mental illness.
A group of 12 contiguous U.S. states in the Midwest and South has the highest rate of adult tobacco use in the nation.
A lack of qualified professionals tops the list of barriers to treatment in Indiana communities.
Indiana Rural Health Association, Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center to receive $325,000 per year across next three years.