A leading Indiana legislator wants teens to know they can get help when things look bleak.
Teen girls who have sex should use IUDs or hormonal implants — long-acting birth control methods that are effective, safe and easy to use, the nation’s most influential pediatricians’ group recommends.
A southern Indiana hospital is using fingerprints to link patients to their medical information in a move officials hope will prevent medical identity theft.
The grant will be used to help prison staff learn to identify inmates with brain injuries and guide them into assistance
The spread of Ebola has spiraled into the worst ever outbreak, and the World Health Organization says it is has linked more than 3,000 deaths to the disease.
The “Grow 4 Vets” giveaway in Colorado Springs aimed to bring cannabis-based treatments to veterans with service-related conditions as an alternative to pain medications.
Even as countries try to marshal more resources, those needs threaten to become much greater, and possibly even insurmountable.
The results for the 2014 Fort4Fitness show that nearly 7,500 people crossed the finish line in Saturday’s race events.
CVS Health stopped selling tobacco products at of all stores nationwide and began a campaign to help patients become tobacco-free.
The Indiana State Department of Health is working with local health departments and hospitals to conduct surveillance for additional cases of EV-D68 in the state.
The latest state medical error report shows bed sores were the most reported problem against last year, when the number of incidents grew by half.
Some staff members and patients at Lutheran Children’s Hospital and their families took part in some pie throwing Wednesday to promote a program aimed at fighting childhood cancer.