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April 4, 2018


GOP Leader Says State’s Failing Grade On Women’s Policies Isn’t Fair

An Indiana Republican leader says a recent report giving Indiana a failing grade for policies aimed at helping women isn’t fair.

April 4, 2018


New Program Provides Opioid Education For Doctors

The Indiana State Medical Association and the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation announced the first statewide program to teach physicians best practices for prescribing opioids.

April 3, 2018


Recommendations For Bloomington Hospital Site Expected Next Week

A group of city planning experts will present its recommendations for redeveloping the current Indiana University Health Bloomington hospital site next week.

April 3, 2018


Indiana Receives ‘D’ Grade For Economic Status Of Women

Indiana ranks in the bottom third of the country in new rankings that examine the economic status of women.

April 2, 2018


Health Needs Survey Headed To Hoosiers

Hospital systems around the state have partnered to survey more than 80,000 households about their healthcare needs.

April 2, 2018


Feds To Update East Chicago Residents On Lead, Arsenic Cleanup

Residents who live near a federal Superfund site in northwestern Indiana will get an update on the next phase of the cleanup of the industrial site's lead and arsenic contamination.

March 30, 2018


Ind. Coffee Roaster Not Worried About California Judge’s Decision On Carcinogen Warnings

One Indiana coffee roaster is not worried about a decision by a California judge to require carcinogen warnings on coffee products.

March 30, 2018


CDC Warns Of Second Wave Of Flu Season

The CDC says Influenza Type B may be on the rise and some people are worried that children are particularly at risk.

March 30, 2018


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Meth Use Continues To Grow In Shadow Of Opioid Epidemic

Despite meth labs declining in number and size, in Indiana, police say there's as much meth in Indiana as ever.

March 30, 2018


Synthetic Marijuana Linked To Severe Bleeding

The Indiana State Department of Health issued a warning this week about the dangers of synthetic marijuana.

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