Research shows some campus-wide smoking bans have powerful positive effects, even when they’re not enforced.
Officials say the error rates are misleading because of the way errors are counted at the federal level.
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.
Section 5 includes the area along SR 37 from Bloomington to Martinsville.
A new study shows the nation's teen pregnancy rate is declining, but the number of eighth grade drug users is up.
A contributing factor is bottle feeding right before bed to help the child sleep.
The study urges the military to make infusions of calories and protein part of standard care in the immediate aftermath of injury.
A new study highlights Indiana high schools which are making an effort to combat high dropout rates.
A new study co-authored by an Indiana University researcher says the United States is not doing enough to keep its roads safe.
A new survey says many states are lacking when it comes to dealing with pregnant prison inmates, including Indiana.