Opternative's CEO says he will fight an Indiana law that bans his startup from offering its services to Hoosiers.
Although research is still new, a growing number of scientists say there are environmental dangers that linger even after people put cigarettes out.
Indianapolis had an 11 percent drop in people who walk or bike to work and a decrease in the percentage of people who are in excellent health.
The FDA says the rules are aimed at improving public safety and curbing teen use, but vape shops say they'll kill the industry.
The lawsuit seeks the destruction of all blood samples taken from newborns for disease screening.
11 percent of Hoosier children have a parent who has been incarcerated. A new report highlights the impact of a parent's time behind bars.
This is the fourth year for the National Health Security Preparedness Index that was started by the CDC in 2013.
Over 110,000 Hoosiers are living with Alzheimer’s disease and over 330,000 unpaid caregivers are providing an estimated $4.6 billion in care.
In a new report, a research team examined how well the Fitbit and other activity trackers estimate calories burned and steps taken.
A diabetes prevention program developed in Central Indiana is being offered at YMCAs across the country.