State health department officials say reasons for that increase could include more testing, an increase in test accuracy and a rise in injection drug use.
Known as House Enrolled Act 1337, the law bans abortions because of a fetus's gender, race or genetic disability, such as Down syndrome.
The City of Bloomington Utilities plans to continue testing water monthly and adjusting the treatment process as needed.
New findings list medical errors as the third leading cause of death in the U.S. An information exchange in Indiana aims to prevent these mistakes.
The rules mean electronic cigarettes will be regulated in the same way as traditional tobacco products.
The lifting of the quarantine means Dubois County has been avian-flu free for 90 days.
The FDA recommends people who travel to a country where Zika has been transmitted delay donating blood for at least 28 days after their return.
Since February of 2015, 191 people have tested positive for HIV in Scott County.
Pharmakon Pharmaceuticals has come under fire after the FDA announced it uncovered unsanitary and unsterile conditions at a Noblesville facility.
While the community's attitudes toward the needle exchange remain divided, the health department says it's effectively slowing the spread of HIV.