Changes to the state's program bump up funding and cover younger children.
Miami County is joining 22 other Indiana counties in a state program that distributes an overdose intervention drug to Hoosiers at no cost.
The firework hit the man in the chest hard enough to stop his heart.
Medicaid spending on three important medications used to treat opioid addiction increased 136 percent nationwide between 2011 and 2016.
Critics of Madison County’s exchange say money that currently goes to buying needles would be better spent on treatment and education.
The order means Hoosiers can continue to get opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone without a prescription.
Interim National Cancer Institute Director Doug Lowy visited Purdue Thursday as part of a survey of Indiana college research initiatives.
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) introduce a proposal to reimburse addiction trained healthcare workers.
AARP Indiana opposes the legislation being considered by the Senate.
This session, lawmakers allocated more money to treatment of the drug epidemic than to prevention. Gov. Holcomb says that doesn’t mean Ind. is losing the fight.