Public News Service - Health and Wellness

People with the early warning signs of diabetes more than double their risk of death from heart disease, according to new research from the American ...Read More
In January, when the Iowa caucuses are held, over 100,000 Iowans will participate in selecting a presidential candidate. In the past, a very small ...Read More
A Presidential Advisory Panel on Cancer report finds a healthy diet and not smoking are the keys to preventing cancer. The report also takes tobacco ...Read More
Airports can mean long lines and longer delays, but a key Midwest hub is trying to put some of that "spare time" to good use. Twin Cities ...Read More
Part of the "cure" for the nation's health crisis is already in place, although expansion is needed -according to a new report from the National ...Read More
Tennessee has scored a "needs improvement" grade in a new test from Congress on a list of the best ways to help kids get access to CoverKids health in ...Read More
State lawmakers will be laboring until Labor Day to finish the overdue state budget, and health care reform is one of the sticking points. The ...Read More
The health care that more than 12,000 Tennesseans depend on almost disappeared this summer because of an amendment tacked onto a congressional spendin ...Read More
According to the American Cancer Society, if you're not a smoker, the single most important thing you can do to cut your risk for cancer is maintain ...Read More
Gov. Kulongoski is signing the "Healthy Kids" bill today. The Healthy Kids Plan would provide health care for the over 100,000 uninsured children in ...Read More
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