A week ago, the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals debated for nearly five hours on whether a special permit could be given to greenlight the detox center.
Public health and public safety leaders gathered in Carmel to find ways to collaborate to address the opioid epidemic in Hoosier communities.
Gun violence is now recognized as a public health issue in Indianapolis, after the City County Council passed a non-binding resolution Monday.
After the expected hires, Boston Scientific will be the largest employer in town.
A Columbus North High School senior is raising money to install a Safe Haven baby box at a local fire station by spring 2019.
The new direct entry midwife certification is aimed at more home births.
Several southern Indiana counties are among those experiencing a spike in Hepatitis A cases.
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.
East Chicago residents found out at a public meeting Thursday night some lead lines are only getting partially replaced leaving those residents still at risk.