The group of business and hospital executives wants to lower the rate of Hoosiers who smoke. One goal includes increasing the tobacco tax by $1.50.
Indiana public health officials want health care providers to ask patients with hepatitis A symptoms if they’ve recently eaten recalled strawberries.
That’s just one of the food regulations that could be scrapped — or tweaked — in the new administration:
The nutrient is crucial for strong bones and may play a role in other health conditions, though that is far less certain.
On top of the basic premium, individual retirees making more than $85,000 and married couples with incomes above $170,000 pay an extra surcharge.
Four northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio teens took their own lives in less than a month. Thursday, one of them was laid to rest. His father hopes that by telling his son’s story, he may help prevent another death.
Several people we spoke to complained of respiratory issues, headaches, runny noses, and sore throats.
The therapy works by training the immune system to tolerate small amounts of peanuts.
A new study shows a wearable skin patch may help children who are allergic to peanuts by delivering small doses of peanut protein.
Cryptosporidiosis is a microscopic parasite spread through feces and human contact.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is calling for infants to be kept in their parents’ bedroom at night for six months to a year in order to lessen the risk of sleep-related death.
The data suggests most of the overdoses are accidental and involve opioids and involve people not typically thought of as drug abusers.
Indiana State Department of Health said there are several habits that can help to reduce a woman’s risk, such as avoiding tobacco use, maintaining a healthy weight and staying physically active.
New research suggests there may be better or worse times to exercise, and that extremes can trigger harm.
A new Indiana company is just one of a handful across the country that offers this type of at-home allergy and STD testing.
Two lawsuits ended in jury verdicts worth $127 million. Two others were tossed out by a judge who said there wasn’t reliable evidence that the talc in Johnson & Johnson’s iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer. So who’s right? And is baby powder safe?
The approval comes nearly five months after the Food and Drug Administration and a panel of outside advisers panned the drug, saying there was little evidence that it helped.
Mylan CEO Heather Bresch and an official from the Food and Drug Administration will testify before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
The analysis published Monday is based on correspondence between a sugar trade group and researchers at Harvard University, and is the latest example showing how food and beverage makers attempt to shape public understanding of nutrition.
It was the first time this kind of double-resistance was reported in the U.S., though several other cases have been reported elsewhere in the world.