The Yellow Jugs Old Drugs program aims to keep people from throwing away old prescriptions, which can cause environmental damage.
Indiana has the second highest rate of sexual assault among teenage girls in the country. Education leaders are beginning to ask how they can prevent it.
WFIU/WTIU speaks to a Kokomo Tribune reporter about his series looking at why jails are becoming one of the main providers of mental health care in Indiana.
A doctor at St. Vincent Hospital says hospitals in Indiana and surrounding states have seen a 300 percent increase in heroin overdoses.
The application for Medicaid expansion, submitted to the Federal Government on Wednesday, includes a requirement that applicants receive job skills training
The Planned Parenthood facility in Bedford is shutting down after seeing a significant decline in the number of patients it sees each year.
Terre Haute's residents who live near former industrial areas, railroads or those who live in old houses are at high risk for possible lead poisoning.
Coaches should create plans to acclimate athletes to heat over a period of one to two weeks, according to the National Athletic Trainers' Association.
A new report shows Indiana has few laws beyond the federal FMLA requirements that guarantee job protection or leave for new or expecting parents.
Columbus Regional Health is providing additional medical services for Bartholomew County schools employees starting July 15.