The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that naturally occurring, isolated genes cannot be patented, but those that have been altered can be protected.
An antibiotic that is also used to treat meningitis could be used to remove a neurotransmitter that triggers withdrawals from the brain.
Reimbursement rates to hospitals were cut 5 percent in 2010. The state plans to restoring 2 percent of those cuts next year.
A 25 percent drop in demand for blood supplies across the state is forcing the blood center to make budget cuts.
Doctors say parents should consider behavioral therapy before giving their children ADHD medication.
The bill is named after a Farmland, Indiana native who died four years ago after returning from service overseas.
All centers which receive taxpayer-funded vouchers will have a list of new requirements they must meet.
An Indianapolis defense lawyer says the number of DUIs has increased since the state lowered its legal blood alcohol level from .10 to .08 percent.
Tobacco cessation efforts get $5 million in the current state budget, which is down from $8 million in the previous biennium.
Democrats say the most pressing healthcare issues the state faces aren’t on the committee’s agenda.
St. Vincent Health officials say the restructuring is due to lower budget volumes and a decrease in reimbursements resulting mainly from Obama Care.