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Self-advocacy can improve health outcomes for Black women

Kimberly McElroy-Jones remembers an odd pain that took hold of her left side several years ago, stretching from hip to foot. She had been...

Dean of Students receives leadership award at IU School of Medicine

The IU School of Medicine recently named Assistant Dean of Students Antwione Haywood the Outstanding Faculty or Staff Advocate for his leadership and advocacy...

Work search requirements reinstated for unemployment recipients

Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order May 11 to reinstate the work search requirements for people who receive unemployment insurance starting June 1. The...

Council affirms county health orders, bans smoking at parks

The Indianapolis City-County Council voted to approve existing county health orders at its meeting May 10, the same day state lawmakers effectively voided all...

Box, Caine celebrated for pandemic response

Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box and Marion County Public Health Department Director Dr. Virginia Caine were honored with resolutions passed during the...

You’re Fully Vaccinated for COVID-19. So What Can You Do Now?

Broderick Rhyant, M.D.,Chief Physician ExecutiveEskenazi Health Center Forest Manor Although the distribution of COVID-19 vaccinations began just a few months ago, the Centers for Disease...

Northeast Indy to get grocery store in 2022

Construction will begin at 38th Street and Sheridan Avenue in June to build a new grocery store, Indy Fresh Market. The store will be...

National Infant Immunization Week: How early childhood vaccines encourage a healthy life

In addition to the COVID-related battle the world is facing, Indiana continues to also fight for the health of Hoosier children. April 24-May 1 was...

Raised garden beds help connect more people to food

Flanner House added raised garden beds to its farm to increase accessibility for older adults and anyone else who has difficulty bending over to...

Black patients less likely to receive diagnostic imaging at emergency departments

Black patients are less likely to receive diagnostic medical imaging during a hospital visit, studies show — and that might lead to a range...


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