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Sen. King urges Mainers to sign up for health insurance through ACA - WGME

Sen. King urges Mainers to sign up for health insurance through ACA   WGME

PORTLAND (WGME) – Senator Angus King is urging Mainers to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Monday, Senator King joined ...

CMU hopes exercise will help with mental health - KKCO-TV

CMU hopes exercise will help with mental health   KKCO-TV

It is part of their new wellness center pilot program that started this semester. The goal is to help students combat mental health issues with working out, rather ...

KS county health departments awarded nearly $900k to help fight opioid crisis - KWCH

KS county health departments awarded nearly $900k to help fight opioid crisis   KWCH

Kansas has been awarded nearly $900000 to fight the opioid crisis on the community-response level.

Officials warn of behavioral health care worker shortage - WSIL TV

Officials warn of behavioral health care worker shortage   WSIL TV

CHICAGO, Ill. -- Mental health advocates plead with lawmakers to increase funding for behavioral healthcare workers.

Adventist Health named a US 'Top Hospital' in hospital watchdog survey - KGET 17

Adventist Health named a US 'Top Hospital' in hospital watchdog survey   KGET 17

Adventist Health Bakersfield is getting high marks from a national organization.

Mysterious paralyzing illness affecting children reached record number, health officials say - PBS NewsHour

Mysterious paralyzing illness affecting children reached record number, health officials say   PBS NewsHour

NEW YORK — This year has seen a record number of cases of a mysterious paralyzing illness in children, U.S. health officials said Monday. It's still not clear ...

Tax approved for mental health facility to be collected in 2020 - WBRZ

Tax approved for mental health facility to be collected in 2020   WBRZ

BATON ROUGE- Voters overwhelmingly made a decision to fund a mental health facility in East Baton Rouge Parish over the weekend. But, the money won't ...

Lawmakers proposing changes to the way mental health patients are transported - WIS10

Lawmakers proposing changes to the way mental health patients are transported   WIS10

State Senator Marlon Kimpson (D- District 42) said, “The issue of dealing with mental health citizens is not a law enforcement issue. It's a health issue.”

Changes are coming to Macon County restaurant health inspections — including no more numbered scores - Herald & Review

Changes are coming to Macon County restaurant health inspections — including no more numbered scores   Herald & Review

DECATUR — The Macon County Health Department is preparing to implement new regulations for restaurant inspections, introducing new guidelines and ...

LHC Group, LifePoint Acquire Two Home Health Agencies; Executive Care Expands - Home Health Care News

LHC Group, LifePoint Acquire Two Home Health Agencies; Executive Care Expands   Home Health Care News

LHC Group, LifePoint Health Expand Partnership. Lafayette, Louisiana-based LHC Group (Nasdaq: LHCG) is building one of its key joint ventures. On Monday ...

CMS Fails to Start Home Health Review Choice Demo as Scheduled - Home Health Care News

CMS Fails to Start Home Health Review Choice Demo as Scheduled   Home Health Care News

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) did not meet its publicly announced Monday goal of launching the Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) ...

Marshall County Health Department to host Naloxone training - WSBT-TV

Marshall County Health Department to host Naloxone training   WSBT-TV

One death every 12-and-a-half minutes. That how many lives are taken by opioid overdoses in the U. S. Happening Tuesday is your chance to learn how to use ...

Butler County Health Department: Food service workers increasingly getting hepatitis A - Hamilton Journal News

Butler County Health Department: Food service workers increasingly getting hepatitis A   Hamilton Journal News

The Butler County Health Department said it's seeing an increasing number of hepatitis A cases among people who work in the food business, a disease that's ...

Aspire Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Services to hold addiction recovery listening session - The Albany Herald

Aspire Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Services to hold addiction recovery listening session   The Albany Herald

Aspire Behavioral Health and Developmental Disability Services hosting community listening session at Chehaw to hear what might be helpful as far as creating ...

Kaiser mental health workers strike, citing long patient wait times - San Francisco Chronicle

Kaiser mental health workers strike, citing long patient wait times   San Francisco Chronicle

Thousands of unionized Kaiser Permanente therapists and other mental health workers began a planned five-day statewide strike Monday, with hundreds ...

Commentary: Administration threatens women's health and freedom - Salt Lake Tribune

Commentary: Administration threatens women's health and freedom   Salt Lake Tribune

Growing up, I watched my mom successfully work a full-time job while being the utmost supportive parent to my brother and me. In elementary school, I learned ...

Natrona County Health Officials To Study Suicide and Alcohol - KCWY 13 Where News Comes First

Natrona County Health Officials To Study Suicide and Alcohol   KCWY 13 Where News Comes First

Casper Natrona County Health officials will study suicide and alcohol, tobacco, and drug addiction over the next two years.

US grand jury in Oklahoma indicts 3 in alleged health care fraud scheme - KFOR Oklahoma City

US grand jury in Oklahoma indicts 3 in alleged health care fraud scheme   KFOR Oklahoma City

TULSA, Okla. - A federal grand jury in Oklahoma has indicted three people, including two physicians, on charges that they engaged in a kickback scheme and ...

Healthcare Predictions 2019: Venrock Investors Weigh In - Fortune

Healthcare Predictions 2019: Venrock Investors Weigh In   Fortune

Venrock healthcare investor gurus Bob Kocher and Bryan Roberts weigh in on the trends to watch in digital health and everything else in 2019.

Norte Offers Free Shovels to Promote Health, Keep Sidewalks Safe - 9&10 News

Norte Offers Free Shovels to Promote Health, Keep Sidewalks Safe   9&10 News

A little shoveling may not be on the top of your list of favorite winter activities, but it feels a little better when the shovel is free. It's the third year of the Clear Path to ...

 

 

 

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