State officials met Tuesday with members of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians in an effort to satisfy federal regulators who are considering a proposed expansion of the state’s low-income health insurance program.
A doctor from Indiana is one of two Americans stricken as the largest Ebola outbreak in history continues to grow. There have been more than 1,200 cases reported. And the virus has likely spread to Africa's most populous city, Lagos.
Donuts, cookies and pop used to be standard fare for many school vending machines – but no more. Now machines must be stocked with foods that offer nutritional value and fewer so-called empty calories.
Previously under Indiana law, dental hygienists were allowed to provide routine dental care, such as cleanings or x-rays, without direct supervision by a dentist, but the dentist had to be in the office.