Most of those affected have never sought treatment, according to a government survey that suggests rates of what’s termed “alcohol use disorder” have increased in recent years.
The makers of a pill intended to boost sexual desire in women will try again this week to persuade regulators that the drug warrants approval after two rejections.
McDonald’s is being forced to find new sources for eggs, while Whataburger is cutting back on how long it serves breakfast due to an egg shortage.
It’s National CPR and AED Awareness week. The American Heart Association wants everyone to learn an easy two-step CPR style.
None of those sickened was in critical condition.
Minute Clinic nurse, Emily Hurst, shared 5 ways parents can help get their kids ready for camp.
St. Joseph County health officials are seeking the state’s help to reduce the number of babies who never see their first birthdays.
In a statement issued Friday evening, the department said 24 laboratories in 11 states and two foreign countries are believed to have received suspect anthrax samples.
They developed the app “Abused Emojis” to reflect and extend the kind of work they do.
The $80 million facility will bring all outpatient cancer treatment under one roof.
Pools are open and many schools are letting out for summer, meaning kids will be enjoying a lot of time in the sun. But a new report says 80 percent of sunscreen products don’t work to the level they claim.
His class project taught him some lessons about the importance of the many people who have made sacrifices over the years to protect the freedom of others.
Indiana’s health commissioner has approved a one-year needle-exchange program for a rural county at the center of the state’s largest HIV outbreak.
A southern Indiana county at the epicenter of the worst HIV outbreak in Indiana history is seeking state permission to implement a yearlong needle exchange program.
Scientists have figured out all the steps to make morphine and similar painkillers without using opium poppies, opening the door for home-brewed drugs and potential abuse.
The rise of the U.S. stem cell industry illustrates how quickly fringe medicine can outpace government oversight.
After an hour or so of instruction that includes spotting signs of a life-threatening overdose, the class of ordinary people leave with two vials of a prescription heroin antidote.
Concerns about health issues such as obesity, tobacco use and infant mortality prompted a move to return to a full-time position. Right now the position is 16 hours a week.
An initiative by the city of Bloomington has led to municipal employees in more than 30 Indiana cities and towns gaining access to transgender-inclusive health care benefits.
Doctors across the country have said they’re seeing people coming in for allergy treatments who have never had any problems before.