A majority of people say after giving Naloxone they did or would call 911, but 27 percent said they would not.
The research will update a similar study from 2001 and will look at recreational use, health impacts and economic impact.
Indiana’s relatively strict vaccination requirements could put the state at less risk of widespread outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses.
Researchers in South Central Indiana are looking for clients to participate in pilot studies they think will help identify more cases of the virus.
The State Department of Health says the FDA's regulations could protect residents in Indiana where cigarette companies often test their products.
The IU School of Public Health received a $900,000 grant to help the 17 percent of pregnant Hoosiers who smoke, quit.