According to Centers for Disease Control data released today, Indiana's vaccinations rates are good compared to the national average.
A recent survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates 41 percent of teens text while driving.
New tests show an Illinois business associate of the first MERS patient did not contract the virus.
Employees who were in direct contact with the first U.S. patient identified with MERS have been released from home isolation.
The patient identified with the respiratory virus MERS is in good condition and is improving, health officials say.
CDC officials say a person who traveled from Saudi Arabia to Indiana is the first person in the United States to be identified with the respiratory virus MERS.
The report from the University of Wisconsin took smoking and obesity rates, among other health indicators into consideration.
Indiana ranks fourth highest in the nation for children ages four to 17 diagnosed with Attention Hyper Activity Disorder.
The Centers for Disease Control reported only about 40 percent of Hoosiers are vaccinated for the flu.