Starting Dec. 1, patients on Indiana’s Healthy Indiana Plan will have an easier time getting certain opioid addiction medications.
The FDA has approved a device developed in Indiana that helps reduce opioid withdrawal symptoms.
A northwestern Indiana city has become the latest government entity to sue pharmaceutical companies and distributors.
There are now three city wells offline in Columbus.
Along with Indianapolis, Muncie and Scott County, Terre Haute is alleging that pharmaceutical companies have contributed to the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Indiana University students have raised roughly $4.2 million for an Indianapolis children's hospital during an annual 36-hour dance marathon.
The commission adopted recommendations of its mental health task force to align Indiana’s mental health counselors license requirements with 30 other states.
Several state and federal agencies say safe sleep means adults shouldn't share a bed with a baby, but some researchers and parents disagree.
Preliminary findings of an Indiana State Department of Health study highlight a link between the state’s high infant mortality rate and the drug epidemic.
The Department of Child Services has questioned the safety and legality of baby boxes in the past.