Having a good neighbor tends to make life a little easier, but it’s not typically the difference between life and death. For one Ossian family, it was.
Infants are placed on a cooling bed, which, over a 72-hour period, chills the body to 95.9 degrees Fahrenheit, to help control swelling in the brain.
The state health department says mosquitoes in nearly 30 counties from the Michigan border to the Ohio River have tested positive for the virus this year.
The drug-resistant lice has shown up in at least 25 states, including Indiana.
The shift away from artificial dyes represents the latest chapter for food coloring in the U.S., which has had a rocky history.
Tests for E. coli began in early August after contamination concerns from summer flooding.
For the second year, Brotherhood Mutual is partnering with FWSW to hold its own contest and get employees healthy.
Now school officials can use the database to determine what shots student need.
The state budget committee will vote in October whether to release the $25.5 million in state funds for the project.
One woman’s decision to share her story on Facebook about needing a kidney changed her life forever.
The confirmation Friday comes as the department investigates reports of diarrheal illness in three northern Indiana counties.
Adams says county officials have submitted a comprehensive plan for combatting the hepatitis C epidemic.
The Indiana Youth Survey determined that fewer high school students are using tobacco products. However, one in four of the state’s 12th graders had used an e-cigarette.
In response to customer feedback, the company said earlier this year that it would replace the aspartame in the drink with another artificial sweetener that has less baggage.
Things began as normal as any other day, but in a matter of seconds, Ryan Alma’s health declined drastically and in a week he was hospitalized with a life threatening illness.
The university will hold an outreach program in October and offer the first of three injections needed for the vaccination to students and the community.
The heavy flooding of June and July is over, but many fields across the state are still trying to dry out.
It’s the fourth consecutive summer in which the intestinal infection cyclosporiasis has been reported in the United States.