Public health and public safety leaders gathered in Carmel to find ways to collaborate to address the opioid epidemic in Hoosier communities.
A report finds some schools supplies contain toxins that could cause health problems.
The American Cancer Society’s study finds Indiana could do more to reduce preventable cancer deaths.
For the fifth year, Purdue veterinarian students have partnered with the Indiana State Fair. On a peak day, there are more than 1,000 animals at the Indiana State Fair.
Two Indiana agencies named new chief medical officers, or CMOs, to lead efforts to improve the health of Hoosiers.
More than $10 million will go to schools in Marion County to establish substance abuse prevention programs. The grants will support evidence-based prevention as well as social and emotional learning.
More than 15 percent of families in Indiana struggle to afford enough food according to a new report. For households with children in Indiana, the rate is even higher at 18.9 percent.
Indiana health and broadband providers will soon be able to apply for federal money to increase the use of tele-medicine.
U.S. Rep. Jim Banks (R-Columbia City) was named chairman of a subcommittee created to lead the update of electronic health records for veterans.
Hoosiers with advanced and progressive illnesses have a new video tool to help make decisions about their treatment.