Two South Bend attorneys who filed a lawsuit against 62 Indiana hospitals are not opposing the state's motion to dismiss the lawsuit.
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has announced it will support state policies that require people to work for their Medicaid coverage.
The county council voted last August to prohibit the use of local tax dollars in managing the needle-exchange, effectively ending the 2-year-old program.
The Indiana State Department of Health has denied an application for a license to open an abortion clinic in South Bend.
Indiana University Bloomington officials say a student has a confirmed case of measles.
Researchers plan for a collaborative care program for veterans with traumatic brain injuries or Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers.
The city of Terre Haute and Vigo County officially filed lawsuits this week against opioid distributors and manufacturers.
Indiana's health commissioner is urging Hoosiers to get their flu shots and take other precautions amid a surge in flu-related illnesses and deaths.
This year’s enrollment on the federal healthcare marketplace dipped just slightly in Indiana, despite a shortened sign-up period and a drop in federal funding.
The enhanced website from the Alliance for a Healthier Indiana focuses on four core health measures that many Hoosiers fall short on.
Residents living in rural Indiana are looking at different ways to fight the opioid epidemic.