Bone lead X-ray tests are more effective than other methods, but only three machines in the country can perform them – including one at Purdue University.
Researchers at Purdue are optimistic that the findings could help relieve opioid abuse.
The amendments limit the number of needles a program can give out and stipulate programs must collect more data about their members, among other things.
The report measures many behaviors, including physical inactivity.
Many opponents say the original bill was unconstitutional. Lawmakers amended the proposal to address those concerns.
Legislation regulating e-liquids has gotten complicated as a House committee struggles to impose rules on the industry while avoiding constitutionality issues.
The study's author says he’d like to see hearing aids made available over-the-counter in the same way eyeglasses are.
The study led by two researchers at the IU School of Medicine finds that reparative stem cells are quickly dispatched after electroacupuncture.
Republican members of Indiana’s congressional delegation say they’re disappointed after leadership cancelled a vote on the GOP’s health care reform bill.
The Bloomington Meals on Wheels program mostly runs on private donations, not federal funding.