State health officials say Indiana's flu-related deaths rose to nearly 200 last week as the current severe flu season continued.
More than 3,330 naloxone kits are headed to first responders working in rural areas throughout Indiana.
After initial delays, the supply of this season's influenza vaccine is back to normal levels, and experts say now is the best time to get vaccinated.
The data is prompting state officials to recommend state-level obstetrics certification programs for hospitals.
Enterovirus D68 has been reported in eight states, including Indiana.
Sen. Jim Banks authored the bill and says there is not enough information about why only half of veterans with post traumatic stress disorder seek help.
The Centers for Disease Control reported only about 40 percent of Hoosiers are vaccinated for the flu.
Health officials say remember common safe hygiene practices when you pick up your favorite fair food and then head to the livestock barns.
Tobacco cessation efforts get $5 million in the current state budget, which is down from $8 million in the previous biennium.
The current budget passed by the House cuts $3 million from the health department's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation program.