A report from the March of Dimes shows a long-term decline in Indiana's premature birth rate.
A $165,000 grant will allow IU to create several new positions and programs aimed at curbing sexual violence.
The Hoosier State’s teen birth rate is higher than the national average.
A new report shows funding for biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical manufacturing startups in Indiana are growing faster than the national average.
The Indiana State Department of Health is monitoring six individuals who are at low risk of contracting Ebola.
The state originally hired IBM in 2006 to modernize its welfare system.
The grant awards will be split among several agencies in the state.
Starting in March, able-bodied Hoosiers without dependents will need to be employed or attend a job training program to continue receiving SNAP benefits.
A new research center at Purdue University hopes to decrease obesity rates in impoverished areas.
PEDv thrives in cold weather and has killed an estimated 8 million pigs since last year.