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Continuing the conversation on men’s health with Dr. Bernie

As June rolls on, the conversation around men's health continues. More concerns arise as men get older regarding the health of their heart, lungs...

New IU Health fund addresses social issues that affect health

Indiana University Health is investing $100 million in a fund that will address social issues affecting health outcomes around the state.The Community Impact Investment...

Ask the IU Health Expert

What is stroke?Stroke is a disease that affects the blood vessels of the brain or spinal cord. The most common type of stroke is...

Warning: A Blizzard is Coming!

Indulge with a Blizzard® Treat on Thursday, July 30, and Dairy Queen® will donate $1 or more to Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana...

Future of Neurosurgery Emerging with Steady Adoption of New Technology

SAN FRANCISCO -- Indianapolis medical device maker NICO Corporation has witnessed steady adoption of its BrainPath® technology with more than 130 neurosurgeons CME trained and nearly 40 institutions fully operational...

Veggies & Vaccines: IU Health adds free flu shots to mobile produce delivery

When Indiana University Health's Garden on the Go(r) mobile produce delivery truck makes its rounds this week, it will be supplying more than just...

Veggies & Vaccines: IU Health adds free flu shots to mobile produce delivery

When Indiana University Health's Garden on the Go(r) mobile produce delivery truck makes its rounds this week, it will be supplying more than just...

Andrew Luck, Riley Hospital kick off ‘Change the Play’ wellness initiative

Hut, hut, hike! Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health and Andrew Luck, quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts, are kicking off their landmark...

Need to do CPR? Think of the Bee Gees

INDIANAPOLIS – African-Americans are about twice as likely to experience cardiac arrest at home, work or in a public place as caucasians and their...

‘Kindergarten Countdown’ kicks off Saturday, expanded reading program announcedINDIANAPOLIS – Students learn to read from kindergarten through third grade, before switching to reading to...

INDIANAPOLIS – Students learn to read from kindergarten through third grade, before switching to reading to learn in fourth grade. This, coupled with a...
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