The flu is rampant in most of the country, and health officials say the season could peak soon.
Nebraska Medicine says in a statement that the unidentified patient will arrive Sunday afternoon aboard a private air ambulance.
Researchers believe that sitting in the dimly lit bar-laboratory should cue the volunteers’ brains to crave a drink, and help determine if the pill they’re testing counters that urge.
The da Vinci Surgical model from Intuitive Surgical Inc. is a new addition to “The Art of Video Games” exhibit at the Flint Institute of Arts.
As people express distaste for food they think is overly processed, fast food chains are trying to shed their reputation for serving reheated meals that are loaded with chemicals.
Five people over the age of 65 have died from the flu in Indiana so far this season and in Allen County four possible flu deaths are being investigated.
A little boy in Ohio with a rare genetic disorder is fighting the insurance companies to get the treatment he needs.
Along with current and past users of marijuana, the study will include people who have never used pot.
Medical officials continue working to assist an estimated more than 5,000 patients find help after a suspended doctor closed a chain of pain centers in northeastern Indiana last month.
The 2-year-old was born with closed eyelids, a condition known as bilateral congenital eyelid ptosis, often referred to as drooping eyelids.
In January, an Indiana mother was told she had nine to twelve months to live. This Christmas she is fighting for her life.
The second sign-up season under President Barack Obama’s health care law is off to a good start but has a way to go to make it a success, administration officials said Tuesday.
Indiana officials say this time last year there were about 100 cases in the state. This year, numbers have reached more than 1,000.
The FDA said it favors replacing the blanket ban with a new policy barring donations from men who have had gay sex in the previous year.
A federal judge on Monday struck down Labor Department regulations that would have meant higher pay for some home health care workers.
Even a teaspoon of the powder can be lethal — it is equivalent to 25 cups of coffee. Some teenagers and young adults have been particularly drawn to the powder for its perceived energy boost.
The Food and Drug Administration granted accelerated approval Monday to a new drug from Bristol-Myers Squibb to treat the deadliest form of skin cancer.
The study aims to find the best treatment for Ischemia, which refers to abnormal blood flow to the heart muscle.
Purdue has received a $1.6 million grant to help medical, nursing and pharmacy students learn how to counsel people to quit smoking using “virtual patients.”
Health officials are warning consumers to avoid prepackaged caramel apples because they are linked to four deaths and more than two dozen illnesses in 10 states.