The test could be especially useful for children of families with a history of the disease.
Only 10 percent of parents think their own teens drank alcohol in the last year and 5 percent think their teens smoked marijuana in the last year.
One patient claimed that, fearing he was having a stroke, he went to the emergency room, where a nurse demanded he explain a past-due bill on his account.
Doctors have been able to determine migraines are brought on by a cascade of triggers, but have yet to determine what begins the domino effect.
The study urges the military to make infusions of calories and protein part of standard care in the immediate aftermath of injury.
Wyss calls moving the lab to state control perhaps the most important issue the general assembly will deal with this year.
An Indiana State Legislature’s Committee is meeting September 8th to discuss the effects of meth on state and local government.
Indiana is cracking down on so-called medical discount cards.
The Indiana National Guard Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT, has been lucky to suffer few serious injuries during its tenure in Afghanistan.
A small clinic in Clay City is at the forefront of a national debate -- the push for an electronic medical record-keeping system.