The free app called “Liv” provides health information for women who are pregnant, are planning to become pregnant, or are already parents.
Sen. Orrin Hatch, chairman of the Finance Committee, confirmed late Tuesday he was revising the bill to include repeal of the insurance mandate “to help provide additional relief to low- and middle-income families.”
The experiment was done Monday in California on 44-year-old Brian Madeux. Through an IV, he received billions of copies of a corrective gene and a genetic tool to cut his DNA in a precise spot.
The Drug Enforcement Administration had planned to ban kratom by adding it to a list of illegal drugs that includes marijuana, heroin and LSD. But the agency backed away from that plan last October after a flood of public complaints
A new report ranks Indiana in top 10 of America’s fattest states.
New medical guidelines released Monday lower the threshold for high blood pressure, adding 30 million Americans to those who have the condition. That means now nearly half of U.S. adults have it.
More doctors are choosing to not accept insurance and instead charge monthly fees. It’s called direct primary care.
Researchers think reluctance to touch a woman’s chest might be one reason.
Bob Heiny recounts his remarkable life that included two high school basketball national championships, fighting in WWII, and raising a family in Fort Wayne. If there were such a thing as a Hall of Fame of Life, Bob Heiny would be inducted on the first ballot.
The announcement comes on the heels of an announcement by the Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council earlier this week where county prosecutors announced they oppose any attempt by the Indiana General Assembly to legalize marijuana for any reason.
In an effort to curb unnecessary and costly ER visits, Anthem has told customers in a few U.S. states to go to the hospital only in a real emergency such as a heart attack, stroke and major bleeding — or they could wind up footing the bill.
The referendum represents the first time since the Affordable Care Act took effect that the question of expansion had been put in front of U.S. voters.
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Indiana’s county prosecutors remain vehemently opposed to any form of marijuana legalization and insist the plant “is not medicine” amid a push by a conservative state lawmaker to have it recognized as such.
Some health experts are concerned about a trend involving health claims associated with activated charcoal. Here’s some advice.
The campaign is one of several in Ohio, which last year saw 4,050 overdose deaths. Many were linked to heron and synthetic opioids like fentanyl.
The agency said in a news release that nearly 11 percent of all adults are living with the disease. That’s up more than a third since 2005.
The announcement came after the state previously gave dispensary shops until Dec. 15 to close or potentially risk not obtaining a required license, which sparked a backlash from patients, shop owners and others.
The Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade issued for Lutheran and Parkview were markedly different. Parkview Regional Medical Center received an A, while Lutheran, Dupont and St. Joseph hospitals received a D.
A breast tissue bank in Indiana is the only one in the world to give researchers a critical resource in finding a cure for breast cancer.