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Free health clinic returns permanently to IndyGo transit center

By JILL SHERIDAN WFYI News A free, mobile health clinic will set up permanent hours at IndyGo’s transit center. Wellness in Transit started last year...

How GOP lawmakers in Indiana hope to address high health care costs

Lowering health care costs is one of Indiana Republican lawmakers’ top priorities this legislative session. Several bills have been introduced that aim to make...

Study: Spiritual teens, young adults are thriving mentally

Teens and young adults who identified as religious or spiritual reported their mental health to be better than their nonreligious counterparts, according to a...

CDC creates tool to measure impact of environmental burdens

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention created an online, place-based tool designed to help measure the impacts of environmental burdens with a focus...

Eskenazi Health and the Indiana Diaper Bank Partnership Assist Families in Need

Broderick Rhyant, M.D.,chief physician executive,Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor Diapers are expensive and too often parents do not have the adequate number of diapers to...

What environmental bills to expect in the Statehouse this session 

The Indiana General Assembly will reconvene for the 2023 legislative session Jan. 9. The focus will be on public health and education, while some...

Leah Gunning Francis named IU Health senior VP, chief mission and values officer

Rev. Leah Gunning Francis will join IU Health as its new senior vice president and chief mission and values officer.  Her position entails providing “direction...

Jordan’s Fish & Chicken closed after video shows food on floor, a rodent and barefoot employees

Jordan’s Fish & Chicken, at 4175 N. Post Road, was closed after a video surfaced on social media of food being prepared on a dirty floor.

Year in review: Abortion ban passed then blocked, so what’s next?

It’s been six months since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, allowing each state to decide whether abortion should be legal. Since...

If antibiotics shortage worsens, children with sickle cell risk illness, death

Mary Warlo has been extremely worried lately. Her baby Calieb, who is 6 months old, has sickle cell disease. In early December he went for...


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