The goal of the Brown County Community Health and Wellness Center is to make it easier for teachers and staff to get medical care, but the clinic has become popular with members of the community as well.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill says needle exchanges need more restrictions.
Indiana Right to Life leaders are calling for an investigation into Hoosier physicians who they claim are failing to report abortions performed on girls under the age of 16.
Service dogs are a popular way to treat anxiety despite a lack of extensive research. A new study from Purdue University shows veterans with PTSD may benefit from the use of service dogs.
The decision to start a syringe exchange comes amid a rise in cases of hepatitis C.
New research suggests a patient’s self-evaluation of mental health problems may be more accurate than previously thought.
The U.S. Department of Justice said it will not defend parts of the Affordable Care Act, including pre-existing condition coverage. Opposition to the proposed changes is growing in Indiana.
The healthcare provider announced last month it would close its facility in Gosport, but now says it's considering keeping the facility open.
Indiana spends less than $62 per resident in public health funding, according to the America's Health Rankings 2017 report.
When a person loses the ability to make important life decisions, a guardian is sometimes appointed to help. A judge approved a first-of-its-kind case that represents a new option.
Indiana University researchers created a breakthrough process to observe how bacteria acquires information from DNA.