A bill giving terminally ill Hoosiers access to potentially life-saving drugs became law this week, but some doctors say the costs could outweigh the benefits.
The bill opens the door for terminally ill patients to try drugs that haven't received the FDA's final stamp of approval.
The State Department of Health says the FDA's regulations could protect residents in Indiana where cigarette companies often test their products.
The FDA announced new regulations in December restricting antibiotics in animals for growth purposes. The drug companies announced this week they will comply.
Purdue professor says growth hormones in livestock do not contribute to "superbugs" in humans.
Bakeries in Bloomington say if the FDA bans trans-fat it would affect how they make their products.
A new provision in the health care law mandates chain restaurants to post the calories in each menu item.
An Indiana woman is in line to receive the device, which the Food and Drug Administration approved last month.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller signed a letter to the FDA requesting it establish regulations on the sale and marketing of e-cigarettes to minors.
The company promoted the use of its kidney transplant drug Rapamune for unapproved uses.