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U.S. cities wanting to pay people with drug addiction to stay sober have scored a major victory by getting more funding for what is known as contingency management programs. more
NEW ORLEANS — The historic drought currently baking Louisiana has created an emergency for areas in the southeastern part of the state that depend on the Mississippi River for their drinking water. … more
For humans, once our tooth enamel deteriorates, it's gone for good. A group of UW Medicine researchers has found a way to coax stem cells to help build enamel. more
Jamaica Plain residents are demanding a fenced-in dog park after three pooches were poisoned by “drug-contaminated human waste” while out for a walk. As for overdose deaths, the statistics remain … more
"This is just an amazing thing to consider if you really want to impact somebody's life in the biggest possible way," said kidney donor Laurie Lee.          more
CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) -- More help may be on the way to boost rural healthcare all across the nation. This comes after Boone Memorial Health received $3 million from Congress. Boone Memorial received … more
North Carolina will receive $4 million in federal funding to improve maternal care in the state. more
The critical need for more funding for mental health services in the state is addressed by a panel of county leaders, health care professionals and mental health administrators. more
U.S. health officials are recommending RSV vaccinations for moms-to-be as a second option to protect newborns. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the shots should only be given to … more
U.S. health officials on Friday recommended RSV vaccinations for moms-to-be, a second new option to protect newborns from serious lung infections. more
U.S. health officials on Friday recommended RSV vaccinations for moms-to-be, a second new option to protect newborns from serious lung infections. more
The pig heart, provided by Blacksburg, Virginia-based Revivicor, has 10 genetic modifications – knocking out some pig genes and adding some human ones to make it more acceptable to the human immune … more
The union represents about 3,000 of Kaiser Permanente's 6,800 employees in Colorado, including technicians, licensed practical nurses and office workers. more
As COVID hospitalizations continue to tick up in the U.S., staff say they have been able to handle it by using the lessons they learned throughout the pandemic. more
“The appearance of EEEV in mosquitoes from across the region indicates that all towns in the northeast are likely to have EEEV activity, ” Starkey said. more
Eating processed foods made with chemical additives increases the risk of mental health issues like depression and anxiety, studies suggest. Food plays an important role in improving and preserving … more
The 23,629-square-foot care hub with upgraded equipment replaces a 17-year-old clinic on Drake Avenue. more
FARGO — We know that farming and ranching are some of the most dangerous professions in America. And now that harvest is getting underway, child safety experts say it’s time to be on alert. … more
LVHN will be administering flu shots for the 26th year. more
Humira has enjoyed high-priced U.S. exclusivity for 20 years. Its challengers could save the health care system $9 billion and herald savings from the whole class of drugs called biosimilars. more
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