Image source: Eric Rudd, images.iu.edu In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is very important to protect yourself and those around you in order to stay healthy. The CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household. Cloth face coverings [...]
As researchers all over the world continue efforts learn more about the coronavirus and its resulting disease, COVID-19, the Indiana Biobank is offering a new opportunity for the public to help - by donating blood. The Indiana University School of Medicine is asking all Indiana residents who have recovered from COVID-19 to donate blood [...]
Have you heard? Our first-ever public media advertising campaign is now on the air, in partnership with our friends at WFYI Indianapolis. Check it out on WFYI local TV broadcast channels, FM 90.1, and streaming on WFYI.org. We’re excited to share this message broadly: Indiana, there has never been a more important time to [...]
Brain awareness week is recognized every March, but it is important every month, as a way to celebrate and promote positive brain health practices and research. During this time of remoteness, it is essential to remember to take breaks for your brain! What exactly is a 'healthy brain'? The American Heart Association says a healthy [...]
It’s a word that’s top of mind for people all around the world: coronavirus. What is a coronavirus, anyway? Coronaviruses are a specific type of virus, named for the crown-like spikes on their surfaces (corona meaning “crown”). First identified in the 1960s, many coronaviruses exist, including those that cause the common cold. You may have [...]
The Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital and Eskenazi Health downtown campus is a special place, with its commitment to whole-person health: body, mind, and spirit. The campus includes beautiful light- and art-filled spaces, a rooftop sky farm, and an intentional cleaner, healthier and more energy-efficient environment. In this Indiana University School of Medicine story, meet [...]
Most Indiana residents recognize the name Tyler Trent. Tyler was a Purdue University student and football superfan who died on January 1, 2019, after waging a long and valiant fight against an aggressive form of bone cancer. Tyler’s legacy as a research advocate started years ago while he was a patient at Riley Children’s Health. [...]
This Thanksgiving, All IN for Health encourages you to make healthy decisions! We've teamed up with Rachel Bordogna, a research dietitian from Purdue University, to discuss how families have the potential to incorporate healthier habits into their Thanksgiving celebrations.
Every day in the United States, 2,000 kids under 18 years of age smoke their first cigarette and 300 become daily smokers.