An annual report finds children in Indiana fell to 35th when it comes to health rankings.
The annual Kids Count Data Book highlights the fact that Indiana's infant mortality rate is closely tied to the decisions of Hoosier mothers.
The Indiana Youth Institute issues the report every year, as part of a nationwide effort to study the well being of children.
The report reveals access to psychiatric care is a problem for young Hoosiers.
Report shows sharp increase in teen homicides; weather leads to vehicle pile-ups and the Hoosiers fall to Michigan State.
The Indiana Youth Institute released its Kids Count Report Monday. Much of the information focuses on the health of Hoosier kids, including immunization rates.
Experts say developing evidence-based programs that address environmental factors is key to curbing teen drug use.
Indiana Youth Services Association CEO Robin Donaldson headlined a forum hosted by the Indiana Youth Institute in Greenwood on Thursday.
Through group discussion, videos and workbook activities, participants learned how to prevent and identify child sexual abuse.
In the 2014 edition of KIDS Count, Indiana ranked 27th in children’s overall well-being.