Opternative's CEO says he will fight an Indiana law that bans his startup from offering its services to Hoosiers.
Indiana's leading medical authorities have adopted new guidelines intended to more stringently regulate prescriptions written for opiates.
The 2016 national Kids Count data book shows health outcomes for Indiana children are improving.
More than 50 Indiana police departments now carry the overdose antidote drug naloxone, but experts say addicts need more follow-up to address their addiction.
Researchers hope to understand the prevention, onset, treatment, progression and health outcomes of human diseases through a precision approach.
The program provides lower-income pregnant women, moms and children access to healthy foods sold at farmers markets and roadside stands.
The temperature-controlled boxes aim to provide a place for women to leave infants they feel they cannot care for.
The LGBT organization hosted the drive to honor the victims of the Orlando shooting, but had to send more than 100 people to other donation sites.
Indiana would receive the 16th highest amount of federal funding under the president's proposal.
The FDA still requires that any man giving blood hasn’t been sexually active with another man for 12 months prior to the donation date.