The app, which just launched service in Indiana this week, delivers birth control to women at home after they answer a series of medical questions.
The local chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws wants medical marijuana to become a substitute for opioids in pain treatment.
Some emergency room doctors see the influx of patients experiencing an opioid overdose as a missed opportunity.
An annual survey of Indiana teens finds the use of tobacco, vapor, alcohol and drug use on the decline.
IU Health is demanding payment for the Delaware County Jail inmate’s 4 month hospital stay.
Integrating the states prescription drug tracking system with health records may help cut back excessive opiate prescriptions.
The letter states that syringe exchange programs reduce the spread of disease and do not increase the rate of community drug use.
The board says a handful of cases have been reported in Indiana while other states have experienced significantly more.
Indiana clinics will be able to bill Medicaid for bundled treatment services starting September 1.
Researching swine flu has led to changes in how pigs are kept at county and state fairs across the Midwest.