Researching swine flu has led to changes in how pigs are kept at county and state fairs across the Midwest.
The new program is a partnership between the Indiana National Guard, Fairbanks Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Community Health Network.
Doctors who can prescribe a medication for opioid addiction, and accept Medicaid, are already scarce. But even fewer will treat pregnant women.
Insurance companies set rules that can make patients wait for days to get addiction treatment medicine. For pregnant women that can mean dangerous withdrawals.
Indiana University’s Board of Trustees approved design plans for the new IU Health Bloomington Hospital at their meeting Friday.
A “Right To Try” bill that allows families to use prescription drugs that don’t have full FDA approval passed the U.S. Senate last week with unanimous support.
Automated Patient Matching could be a means of helping tackle problems with patient identification.
With some exceptions, cyclists will be able to ride in city sidewalks.
The Bloomington City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to approve a plan that effectively fast-tracks the city's solar panel installation schedule.
After months of struggling to secure a location, the Tippecanoe Co. Health Department plans to inaugurate a needle exchange program in its building on Friday.
Officials in a central Indiana county have effectively ended its needle exchange program by cutting off funding for the two-year-old program.