Pharmakon Pharmaceuticals issued a voluntary recall for an intravenous form of morphine sulfate on Feb. 11 after lab results showed that it was too powerful for safe use.
The new system entails pressing a baby’s foot against a scanner and creating a digital image.
Findings from the first study of pregnant women who contracted the virus have been released.
Two new studies bolster evidence that feeding babies peanuts or other allergy-inducing foods is more likely to protect them than to cause problems.
Suzi Swinehart, 43, is trying to set the Guinness World Record for longest run on a treadmill in a 12-hour period.
The new Maternal and Child Health (MCH) MOMS Helpline will replace the Indiana Family Helpline.
The elementary teacher has been an employee at her school for more than a decade.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it’s investigating 10 more reports of pregnant travelers with Zika. All got the virus while visiting or living in places with Zika outbreaks.
A 12-year-old girl is seeing for the first time in four years thanks to a special pair of glasses. Only 300 people around the world have them.
The 14 cases all involve men who visited areas with Zika outbreaks, and who many have infected their female sex partners, who had not traveled to those areas.
IU reported two cases of mumps at their Bloomington campus on Feb. 10. There have since been four additional cases.
Katrina Freds started working as a janitor at Eastside High School three years ago. That’s also when she picked up a hobby that’s earning her international attention.
Twenty-two students were treated at hospitals last week, but none was admitted.
Hospital executives unveiled a rendering of the new cardiac ICU with Lawrence’s name affixed to the building.
As people living in the Amazon rainforest become more urbanized, the kinds of bacteria in their homes change from the bugs mostly found in nature to those that typically live on people.
Statistics from the CDC indicate the number of heroin-related overdose deaths in the U.S. nearly quadrupled between 2002 and 2013 and people who historically haven’t used the drug are becoming addicted, a fact that’s hit home for many.
The store has scheduled a news conference for Friday morning at a Cincinnati store to make an announcement regarding naloxone, which reverses the effects of opiate overdoses.
Tuberculosis testing has been recommended for nearly 400 students, faculty and staff at IUPUI after a student was recently diagnosed with an active case of the disease.
The study has made headlines because of an apparent spike in cases in Brazil where Zika infections and mosquitoes that spread them are rampant.
Health officials report the case involves a 30-year-old woman who returned to Cleveland after visiting Haiti and showed symptoms in late January.