The first phase of OPTIMISTIC focused on putting more nurses in 19 selected nursing homes who would provide direct care to residents and training to staff.
Better information on water quality will be obtained depending on the number of respondents.
The breakthrough could help scientists develop a vaccine.
Hancock County currently has no recovery houses for those who have suffered from addiction, but residents are working to change that.
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Five Indiana nursing schools are in danger of losing accreditation due to student's low exam performances.
The state says some of the money will be used to upgrade its drug monitoring program.
A diabetes prevention program developed in Central Indiana is being offered at YMCAs across the country.
The funds are part of a $95 million initiative from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services distributing funds to federally-recognized clinics.
The bill prohibits abortions solely based on the fetus' sex, race or disability. It also includes provisions for the disposal of fetal remains.