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More than $21 million will be allocated toward the construction and upgrade of 400 housing units in Orange County. more
Owning a large pet can feel like taking on a big responsibility, especially regarding their diet and nutrition. Even if you’re well-versed in providing for your pet’s health, an appropriate and … more
Nationally, a recent poll found that 86% of transgender and nonbinary youth reported that recent discussion around anti-trans bills has harmed their mental health. more
If you are looking to open a health and wellness store, there are many things to consider to be successful. From finding the right location to stocking the store with the right products, there are … more
Spring is the prime season to declutter closets, kitchens and garages — but don’t forget to add an annual medicine overhaul to your cleaning list. “Medications have expiration dates, just like … more
“If you take partisan politics and you mix that with science, it’s a toxic combination.” The post Lab leak or not? How politics shaped the battle over COVID’s origin appeared first on … more
In a backcountry ski hut, 40 miles from civilization in the middle of the night, Julianne Boylan knew something was seriously wrong with her 8-year-old son, Evan. more
Legislation would remove ability to claim free, discounted care to meet IRS's "community benefit" requirement more
Subscribe to The Point, arriving in your inbox Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. Today’s Florida stories • Mainstreet Daily News: Local legislators back bill to alter GRU control. “If passed by … more
UCHealth Memorial Hospital provided 2,515 forensic exams last year for patients who were sexually assaulted or choked or were victims of child abuse or elder abuse more
Dr. Gail D’Onofrio, professor of emergency medicine at Yale School of Medicine, said “anything that is reducing deaths is a step in the right direction." more
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“Postpartum depression, postpartum psychosis is real. And I think it has to at least be considered in some of these really tough cases.” The post On Beacon Hill, a renewed push for having … more
Under proposed order defendants required to permanently halt deceptive claims; pay civil penalty under Opioid Addiction Recovery Fraud Prevention Act. announced today that the government has … more
By Lauran Neergaard | The Associated Press ST. LOUIS (AP) — Doug Whitney inherited the same gene mutation that gave Alzheimer’s disease to his mother, brother and generations of other … more
The disease is now considered endemic in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The post Cases of tick-borne babesiosis increase significantly in New England appeared first on more
The goal is for participants to bring their findings back to their respective healthcare institutions to help guide policymaking. more
A researcher at the University of Nevada, Reno has discovered evidence that the plastic pollution problem may be more widespread than previously believed. more
LOWELL — A furry, four-legged member of the Lowell Police Department celebrated a birthday on Thursday.  more
study commission called for on senior services by herb weiss The post House Study Commission could create first state plan on aging in Rhode Island – Herb Weiss appeared first on … more
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