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Submissions to the TGA include comments from 13-19-year-olds who want restrictions in place to help them with nicotine addictionFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our … more
State lawmakers hope a minimum wage of $25 for all healthcare workers in California will help with a shortage in that industry, introducing legislation this session at the Capitol. more
When it comes to providing quality health care for veterans, military members and their families, our country falls short. Only about half of all veterans who need mental health care ever receive it. … more
Standing desks have become increasingly popular in recent years, and for good reason. In this article, I’ll discuss the benefits of standing desks for office workers. The Dangers of Prolonged … more
A proposed EPA rule would require public water systems to monitor for "forever chemicals," notify the public if any are found, and reduce the contamination. It could end up costing you. more
Lon Kruger has become a volunteer driver for cancer patients while working to recruit more volunteers. more
Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro made the case Thursday for a constitutional amendment that establishes reproductive freedom as a right. more
One in five Medicare recipients currently uses medical marijuana, according to the Medicare Plans Patient Resource Center. And nearly a quarter have used it in the past. more
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Earlier this week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention alerted of an increase in drug-resistant fungal infections, specifically Candida Auris. Candida Auris … more
Food, housing and personal needs help are all available at Butte College's Roadrunner Hub, which will open its new facility Tuesday. more
Once boycotted as the "hate state," Colorado has become a bright spot on the map for the families of transgender children who are seeking care and safety. more
Colorado is still one of 10 states that don't require CPR training for public high schools and the new law doesn't fund the effort. more
This year’s Natural Experience sold more than 1,000 tickets online and hundreds at the door. BY KARIN DAVIS-THOMPSON, Staff Writer ST. PETERSBURG — Marcina Pride said it started with just a small … more
The end of the COVID-19 public health emergency in May will bring sweeping policy changes across the health care system. They will affect hospitals, nursing homes, infectious disease surveillance and … more
The spring season is here! And with warmer weather and sunshine soon to come, that also means seasonal allergies for many people. more
Social frailty is a corollary to physical frailty, a set of vulnerabilities shown to increase the risk of falls, disability, hospitalization, poor surgical outcomes, admission to a nursing home, and … more
"I wasn’t gonna let anybody take me out," Racina Clark told WFAA.          more
Here are the different symptoms for allergies, colds, flu and COVID-19 more
Here are the different symptoms for allergies, colds, flu and COVID-19 more
Here are the different symptoms for allergies, colds, flu and COVID-19 more
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