Dr William Vanness
Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. William VanNess continues to beat the drum on the state's startling infant mortality rate and its causes.
Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. William VanNess announced Friday he is resigning for personal reasons.
The deadly health impacts of smoking and inhaling secondhand smoke are widely known, but a third type of danger remains long after the smoke clears.
GARY | Indiana ranks 45th in the country when it comes to babies living to see their first birthday.
GARY | Local health leaders and community health care providers gathered Friday to discuss infant mortality, a top health concern in Indiana.
GARY | Dr. William VanNess, Indiana state health commissioner, will be the keynote speaker at an infant mortality conference April 4 at Indiana University Northwest.
A new report on smoking estimates 151,000 Indiana youths will become smokers and die prematurely, a figure that translates into 9.5 percent of Hoosiers 17 and younger.
With the wind chill dipping well into negative digits and snow that continues to fall and drift, hospitals are seeing an influx of patients with weather-related injuries.
EAST CHICAGO | The odds of an infant dying before she blows out the candles on her first birthday cake are higher in Indiana than in almost any other state in the nation.
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