The Congressional Budget Office had been scheduled to release an analysis Monday on the latest GOP bill, including estimated cost and scope of insurance coverage.
The reworked bill McConnell presented to fellow Republicans on Thursday aims to win conservatives’ support by letting insurers sell low-cost, skimpy policies. He seeks to placate hesitant moderates by adding billions to combat opioid abuse and help consumers with skyrocketing insurance costs.
The Indiana State Department of Health will offer attendees more than $2,000 worth of free screenings during the health fair that opens Thursday in conjunction with Indiana Black Expo’s Summer Celebration. Admission is free.
McConnell said he will introduce his party’s altered health care bill on Thursday and begin trying to muscle it through the Senate next week.
Novartis Corp. is seeking approval to use the one-time treatment for children and young adults with advanced leukemia.
It’s being billed as pro-consumer, allowing freedom of choice and potential savings for many.
No. 2 Senate GOP leader John Cornyn says “where we are right now” is the bill would keep Obama’s 3.8 percent tax boost on investment income for couples earning over $250,000 annually.
Some specialized businesses are making gadgets that promise to measure and improve the quality of slumber,
In a letter Saturday, the New York Democrat asked the Food and Drug Administration to investigate the use of caffeine in inhalable food products such as so-called Coco Loko.
The new sites will be in Greenwood, Fort Wayne, Terre Haute, Lafayette and Bloomington. The agency says the new locations are expected to be offering treatments within a year.
The sour history over who gets to use “milk” reaches back to at least 1997, when a vegetarian group petitioned the FDA to recognize the term “soymilk.”
State Health Commissioner Jerome M. Adams order makes it possible for people to get the opioid overdose reversing drug without having to get a prescription from their personal physician.
That’s a deeper cut than the nonpartisan office has projected for 2026. That year’s reduction would be 26 percent below projections under current law.
On June 29, 2012, a massive wind storm devastated northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio during one of the hottest periods on record.
Ten years ago Monday, Jeffery Fisher had life-saving heart surgery thanks to Larry King.
It’s not as rare as you might think.
Both Indianapolis-based companies said Wednesday their decisions were based on fewer people than expected signing up for coverage and uncertainty over federal subsidies for the exchanges.
The Tippecanoe County Health Department has been trying to find a location for distributing the clean needles in an effort to curb the spread of diseases such as hepatitis C and HIV.
Friday was the deadline for small-scale cultivators to apply to compete for 12 available licenses.
Quincy-based Ermont Inc. has been selling cannabis-infused pizza for about three weeks to rave reviews.