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June 21, 2016

 

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Report Shows Indiana Improving Children’s Health

The 2016 national Kids Count data book shows health outcomes for Indiana children are improving.

June 21, 2016

 

Naloxone

IUPUI Prof: Follow-Up Needed After Overdose Interventions

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.

June 20, 2016

 

Anantha Shekhar, leader of the winning research project for the Grand Challenges funding program.

IU Awards Up To $40M To Precision Health In Grand Challenges

Researchers hope to understand the prevention, onset, treatment, progression and health outcomes of human diseases through a precision approach.

June 18, 2016

 

produce

State Ups Low-Income Families’ Access To Farmers Markets

The program provides lower-income pregnant women, moms and children access to healthy foods sold at farmers markets and roadside stands.

June 17, 2016

 

Monica Kelsey

New Fund Would Defend Parents Leaving Infants In Baby Boxes

The temperature-controlled boxes aim to provide a place for women to leave infants they feel they cannot care for.

June 15, 2016

 

Indiana Blood Center bus outside of Indy Pride headquarters with a tent for donors to recover from donating blood

Indy Pride Blood Drive Surpasses Donation Capacity

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.

June 15, 2016

 

Pain killers

President’s Budget: $19M To Address Indiana’s Drug Epidemic

Indiana would receive the 16th highest amount of federal funding under the president's proposal.

June 14, 2016

 

For decades men who have sex with men weren’t allowed to give blood at all because of worries about the spread of AIDS.

Hoosiers Donating Blood Post-Orlando, One Group Still Banned

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.

June 13, 2016

 

Healthcare.gov

Proposed Marketplace Premiums Spike; Individual Plans Vary

Most of the companies planning to offer coverage in Indiana through the federal exchange are proposing double-digit rate increases for individual premiums.

June 12, 2016

 

A new effort to fight stigma is happening in a northern suburb of Indianapolis.

Fishers Takes On Mental Health Stigma

Nationally, about a quarter of Americans suffer from mental illness in a year, but about half of those will not seek treatment, in part, because of stigma.

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