This week on Noon Edition, we'll discuss the state of health in Indiana.
Local veterans attended and were able to sign up for appointments at the clinic.
Hearing aids can cost up to $6,000 and they aren't always covered by insurance.
The rate of flu deaths has nearly doubled in the past month.
Those who've already received two doses of the vaccine could still be at risk for contract mumps.
Lilly is already a big contributor to the United Way, but the collaboration announced Thursday will expand that to six countries.
The number of newly-diagnosed, HIV-positive Hoosiers in their twenties saw a nearly 40 percent increase from 2010 through 2014.
Experts say increased funding and awareness could help people here at home.
The state is partnering with Community Health Network to develop a neuro-diagnostic institute.
UnitedHealthcare of Indiana's medical director says even though the state’s ranking is unchanged from last year, Indiana still had several victories.