The state is leading a new push to educate first responders in Indiana about dementia. It aims to improve the response of those on the front lines of emergency calls.

New funding will drive a pilot project to connect patients with rides to medical appointments and address transportation barriers to health.


An annual report card finds more babies are being born prematurely in Indiana. This year’s analysis digs deeper into the relationship between this factor and infant and maternal mortality.

Do These Genes Make Me Look Violent?

Oct 22, 2019

Bill Sullivan's new book, "Please To Meet Me," explores the way genes and environment shape our lives. Sullivan, a professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine, talked with Side Effects' Stephanie Whiteside about the book and what he found out while researching it.

Carter Barrett

In rural areas, access to mental health services can be limited, sometimes even more so for teens and children. And the need for these services is growing, so one Midwestern school is using technology to help bridge this gap.