Preventure screens adolescents for personality traits, which can indicate higher risk for substance abuse or a mental disorder.
Health care advocacy groups are tentatively celebrating news that the Senate’s latest health care bill is dead, without calling it a victory.
The fair offers over $2,000 worth of health screenings. Organizers say this is the world’s largest minority health fair.
Federal Judge Sarah Evans Barker temporarily blocked three provisions of the controversial measure dealing with underage girls who seek abortions.
There's no longterm state funding dedicated to providing emergency responders with naloxone kits.
The fraud uncovered in Indiana include transportation billing for trips that never happened, money laundering and illegal opioid prescribing.
New research finds that in some low-income Indianapolis neighborhoods, the smoking rate is 29.4 percent, nearly twice the national average.
Columbus Regional Health purchased the former hotel, which went up for sale at a Bartholomew County foreclosure auction.
The endowment aims to fast-track the creation of treatments from discoveries about cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's and more.
The state health department says there were more than 200 cases of tick-borne illness in 2016, including Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has previously evaded any commitment to releasing internal analysis of the impact federal health care legislation will have on Indiana.