Babesisosis attacks a person‘s red blood cells and if left unchecked can be deadly
The delay comes after officials expressed concern that the policy change would keep many kids from getting vaccinated for the upcoming school year.
"It doesn't take them a lot of time," says one state health representative, "to get from eggs to hatching."
Pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems should heat cold cuts until they are steaming hot to avoid risk of consuming listeria bacteria.
The Indiana Department of Health has announced a ten-year plan aimed at lowering the state's obesity rate.
Contaminated alfalfa sprouts leads to multi-state salmonella outbreak.
Officials at the Indiana Department of Health are advising Hoosiers to start getting their seasonal flu shots.
The biggest problem documented in Indiana in 2006 was the frequency of pressure ulcers, or bed sores, resulting from hospitalization.