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In new regulatory filings, insurers say they cannot lower prices enough to meet the Colorado Option’s goals more
By Tawanda W. Johnson | Afro | Word In Black This post was originally published on Afro (WIB) – The high rate of Black youngsters taking their own lives is heart-rending.  According to the … more
By Alexa Spencer | Word In Black (WIB) – More certified community behavioral health clinics (CCBHC) will soon be popping up nationwide thanks to $1 million grants from the U.S. Department of … more
Colorado hospitals say they can't survive without facility fees but some patients say they may avoid medical care because they can't afford the rising cost of facility fees. more
A lot of folks have asked us about an ad that accuses President Joe Biden of cutting Medicare benefits while U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez stands idly by.          more
The Republican-controlled General Assembly gave final legislative approval to Medicaid expansion, revering its longstanding opposition. more
"You buy a pill and get it in a baggie, and you’re rolling the dice with a loaded gun," Judge Steve Burgess told WFAA.          more
Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians Special to the Valley News After much planning and designing, the new Soboba Indian Health Clinic opened its doors at the Soboba Indian Reservation with an official … more
“Is there any reason to believe that the court is somehow better equipped to make decisions on these issues than we are? I submit to you that the answer is no.” The post Abortion-rights … more
Biden issued an executive order in September 2021 requiring vaccinations for all executive branch agency employees, with exceptions for medical and religious reasons. The requirement kicked in the … more
The seven-day average of positive test results was 4.02%. The post Mass. reports 2,076 COVID-19 cases and 38 deaths from the past week appeared first on more
“I’m a big boy, I love eggs, but even I can’t afford to go into the store and get eggs," said Jeffrey Bailey, the Salvation Army’s director of social services. “This is no longer … more
A new analysis published Monday found COVID-19 deaths varied dramatically across the U.S. with Arizona having the highest rates and Hawaii having the lowest. more
A new study looks at the factors behind higher rates for COVID-19 infections and deaths, ranging from mask mandates to vaccination rates to political preferences. more
Several San Antonio-area school districts already have trained staff who can administer the life-saving medicine. North East ISD is the latest district. more
Boston is continuing to report that COVID wastewater levels are dropping, as state health officials on Thursday reported a 20% decrease in new virus cases and falling hospitalizations. more
While we saw vaping gain in popularity over the years, 22News takes a look into how that has changed since regulations went into effect in 2019. One in four young people use e-cigarettes daily, … more
The American Cancer Society brightened up the hallways of Albany Medical Center on Thursday with the return of Daffodil Days. more
Nurses with MarinHealth in the Marin County community of Greenbrae reached a tentative contract agreement subsequently avoiding a strike that would have started Tuesday. more
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