In Indianapolis, the richest 25 percent of residents now live on average eight-and-a-half years longer than the poorest 25 percent.
The naloxone kits come at no cost to the university and will allow officers to immediately help those who overdose on opioids.
The Indiana Youth Institute reports over half of Indiana’s children aren’t getting the dental care that they need.
Federal courts have struck down two other Indiana anti-abortion laws in the past five years.
The state estimates that there are about 500 people who abuse drugs in Austin and the number of those infected with HIV has grown to 190.
There are 45 confirmed cases of mumps on college campuses and five probable cases.
Very few Americans born after 1980 have been vaccinated for smallpox.
Historically, women have been understudied when it comes to suicide risk and biology, according to Dr. Alexander Niculescu at the IU School of Medicine.
In a new report, a research team examined how well the Fitbit and other activity trackers estimate calories burned and steps taken.
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will evaluate whether a waiver to HIP 2.0 causes patients to miss appointments.