Public News Service - Health and Wellness

Today is "AIDS Action Day" at the Minnesota State Capitol. Organizers say more than 100 people are expected to attend a noon rally at the Statehouse ...Read More
Nearly 500 Idaho high school students and other young adults with disabilities are learning this week how technology will make it easier to go to col ...Read More
Are South Dakota schools ready to deal with health emergencies like asthma attacks, diabetic shock, and epileptic seizures? A statewide effort ...Read More
Ninety percent of all colon cancers detected early are curable, but less than 40 percent are ever caught early. Karla Wysocki, health promotion ...Read More
Hopping in the car and running to the store is something most people do every day, but for a growing number of Oregonians that's not an option ...Read More
The challenge: find a family care doctor in New Hampshire who is accepting new patients, or in rural areas, try to find a family doctor within 20 ...Read More
Ohio's smoking ban will get some teeth, possibly as soon as April, if proposed enforcement rules are approved as planned. At a public hearing in ...Read More
Medicare has massive bargaining power -- and a new poll shows 86 percent of Americans want the federal government to use that clout to strike better ...Read More
An overwhelming number of New Mexicans favor letting Medicare use its massive bargaining power to negotiate for lower prescription drug prices ...Read More
President Bush's budget includes cuts of $2.8 billion to health care funding for New York over the next five years, prompting some in Congress to ...Read More
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