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Katie McLaughlin, a Harvard University professor and psychologist, will take over in August, leading the development of an undergraduate behavioral health program          more
The rising cost of living, unemployment, homelessness and inadequate social security and retirement income are some of the most pressing problems contributing to food insecurity in the Truckee … more
The closure is slated for March 17. Pregnant patients who arrive after that date will be transferred to other local hospitals.          more
Cash-strapped clinics provided thousands of mpox vaccines, but their reimbursements have been mired in red tape. more
The book, published in November, follows Theodore, an intelligent but angst-ridden bear, on his quest for treatment for his own manic-depressive illness. more
The book, published in November, follows Theodore, an intelligent but angst-ridden bear, on his quest for treatment for his own manic-depressive illness. more
CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) -- West Virginia’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WV WIC) will return to offering Similac products only by March 1. In March 2022, WV … more
The new Albany YMCA will be opening at the beginning of March. more
The end of the emergency, planned for May 11, will bring about a complex set of policy changes and signals a new chapter in the government’s pandemic response. The post U.S. plans to end public … more
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Colorado has one of the least restrictive abortion laws in the country, but health care advocates say women in rural and mountain towns often lack reproductive health care access more
A study by researchers at the University of Colorado and the University of Minnesota uses long-term data on twins to assess the impacts of cannabis legalization more
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The day could soon come when you can place a bet on a sporting event while smoking a joint and munching on psychedelic mushrooms. Absurd? more
The following is a news release that was issued Jan. 30, 2023, by the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii.____________ A Grassroot Institute of Hawaii policy brief contends removing the tax would lower … more
By K. Anoa Monsho | Atlanta Voice | Word In Black This post was originally published on Atlanta Voice (WIB) – Each time news of a prominent Black person’s suicide hits the news, the … more
Plant-based meat products generally are considered to be healthier than processed meats, which are high in fat and have been linked to cancer. But many of them are not fortified with iron, zinc and … more
Meanwhile, Buddhist blessing ceremony Tuesday aims for healing in aftermath of Jan. 21 attack that left 11 dead. more
Meanwhile, Buddhist blessing ceremony Tuesday aims for healing in aftermath of Jan. 21 attack that left 11 dead. more
Meanwhile, Buddhist blessing ceremony Tuesday aims for healing in aftermath of Jan. 21 attack that left 11 dead. more
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