An online registry that aims to protect elderly people from being financially exploited by their court-appointed guardians is now being used by courts.
AARP Indiana opposes the legislation being considered by the Senate.
A new study is the first in Indiana to use aftercare telemedicine services for ICU patients who have experienced delirium.
The American Geriatrics Society estimates 300 doctors are immediately needed to make up for the shortage in Indiana.
More than 600 Hoosiers have been killed in traffic accidents while walking in the past decade.
The POST program created this year aims to outline patients' desires for end of life treatment.
Mayor Kristen Brown says the decision to remove Chapple was made to “increase the level of professionalism” within the department.
This was Speaker Bosma's second trip to the country.
A life-threatening bacterial infection is making its way through Indiana hospitals.
The head of Indiana’s Family and Social Services Agency testified before State Budget Committee Wednesday.