Two studies that link childhood obesity to peer and parent influence are being challenged.
Brains of mentally ill patients from the 19th Century will be used to develop 21st Century treatments for their modern forebears.
A study says concussions suffered by young soccer players have life-long effects, but an Indianapolis doctor notes the research was done on adults.
Using cocaine can increase the likelihood of developing glaucoma by as much as 40 percent, says new IU School of Medicine research.
Researchers say the days when people thought of condom use as a barrier to pleasure may soon be gone.
The IPRC says the increase however in marijuana use is up across all age groups.
According to a study done by the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network in 2009, ridicule towards gay or lesbian students is still prevalent in schools.
Under current law, families must apply for the assistance within one year of the service member returning home.
In addition to new daily per diem rates for foster care parents, Department of Child Services will change the way it places kids in foster homes.
The net migration of students coming into Indiana was 8,382, though 15-20% leave after graduation.