Public News Service - Health and Wellness

Temperatures are expected to soar beyond the century mark in many parts of South Dakota this week, and that has health officials warning residents ...Read More
Summer vacation may mean leisure time for schoolchildren, but it can also mean a lack of health for disadvantaged kids who are missing the essential ...Read More
The nation's obesity problem keeps getting worse, but parents can help turn that around for the next generation. Two new studies find a rise in ...Read More
New Hampshire women are calling on Congress to help fight the baby blues. A bill called "The MOTHERS Act" aims to battle postpartum depression ...Read More
It's been called the "signature wound" of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Many veterans return with traumatic brain injuries, but experts say ...Read More
A new report from the National Center for Health Statistics puts the teen birth rate at a record low, and credits campaigns in recent years that ...Read More
A new report, from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, offers more evidence of the link between a diet with fruits and vegetables and reduced ...Read More
Iowans with cancer sometimes have to travel great distances to get specialized treatment - and it can be expensive to provide for meals and lodging ...Read More
The family doctor is becoming an endangered species in New Hampshire. With up to 85 vacancies in community health centers, hospitals, and private ...Read More
People with developmental disabilities are at a much higher risk of being victims of crime. According to national data, women with developmental ...Read More
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