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To reduce Philadelphia's infant mortality rate, and its underlying racial disparities, the city is testing a program, named Philly Joy Bank, that will give guaranteed monthly incomes to about 250 … more
March is National Kidney Month, and medical experts at DaVita are trying to raise awareness for kidney disease. more
About 1 in 10 live births in 2021 occurred before 37 weeks of gestation, according to a March of Dimes report released last year. By comparison, research in recent years has cited preterm birth rates … more
DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — Duke is dropping its mask requirement for some areas of its hospitals. Under new rules that were announced Tuesday and take effect Thursday, masks will no longer be mandatory … more
We're only on the second day of spring and tree pollen levels are back to being very high again. more
Census projections for America’s rapidly aging population suggest the scope of the disease soon might rival what America saw during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Subscribe to The Point, arriving in your inbox Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. The stories near you • WUFT News: UF President Ben Sasse on strategic plan. “University of Florida President Ben … more
While there is no official guidance coming from the state on the local level just yet, some local public health directors say this is a sign that the pandemic era of the virus is winding down. more
Connecticut firefighters, who have a high risk of cancer, would receive new protections under a proposed bill. more
March is American Red Cross Awareness Month and WAVY News 10 is proud to be a partner. For the entire month, 10 On Your Side is featuring the inspiring, life-saving work the American Red Cross does … more
Legacy announced the March 17 closure in January, but state officials say the hospital could be subject to regulatory action if it goes through with the plan.          more
By Stacy M. Brown | NNPA Newswire  (NNPA) – The U.S. Centers for Control and Prevention have issued a new recommendation urging all adults to receive screening for hepatitis B at least once in … more
The bill would shield abortion providers and patients from criminal and civil liability from states where the procedure is banned, among other protections.          more
If the project gets the green light, it would cost about $55 million and would be completed and open for service by January of 2026. more
Pharmacy is an essential field of healthcare that deals with the preparation and dispensing of medications as well as the provision of pharmaceutical care. Studying pharmacy can be a rewarding and … more
Recertifying the 1/3 of Rhode Island residents on Medicaid The post The big Medicaid eligibility test: Recertifying 1/3 of Rhode Island residents – Richard Asinof appeared first on … more
BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) - Experts say cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, and Louisiana is not immune to disease. According to the American Cancer Society, … more
Tick-borne illness cases in the United States are up 25% since 2011, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Among the cases is a rare disease, babesiosis, which is found mainly … more
KANAWHA COUNTY, WV (WOWK) -- Charleston residents took part in a public meeting on Monday regarding the dangers of leaking abandoned gas wells that could potentially be making residents on Crouch … more
SUNY Schenectady and Ellis Hospital have partnered on a new employment program. more
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