Sometime within the next year, researchers may have a way to get arsenic out of the ground, thanks to a subtropical fern.
A Bloomington doctor who has been sentenced to jail for insurance fraud could also lose his medical license.
A study released Tuesday predicts more than half of all Hoosiers will be obese by 2030.
Anyone with a health-related degree, regardless of their level of education, was less likely to be left unemployed by the economic downturn.
Covering Kids and Families of Indiana is providing physicals, dental screenings and immunizations at local health fairs and county fairgrounds.
INShape Indiana is now its own department within the Department of Health.
Studies show the decision when to retire may not be entirely in the hands of the baby boomers making it.
The Indiana Commission on the Social Status of Black Males is trying to increase the awareness of health issues in African American men.
The report from the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranked all of Indiana's 92 counties.
Health officials say TB is not active in those patients and there is no cause for concern.