Public News Service - Health and Wellness

Pencils, paper and backpacks are just the beginning of the back-to-school routine for thousands of Tennessee parents of students with disabilities ...Read More
A majority of the South Dakotans who lack health insurance are finding care through the state's 27 Community Health Centers. The centers provide ...Read More
One hundred fifty thousand kids in Virginia are in the "waiting room" when it comes to health insurance, and Congress has agreed to get some of their ...Read More
More can be done, and it can be done better. That's the bottom line in a list of recommendations delivered to Gov. Kaine's Commission on Sexual ...Read More
The idea of making South Dakota smoke-free is catching on. South Dakota Tobacco Free Kids Network Project Director Jennifer Stalley says they've been ...Read More
August in Wisconsin means brats, cheese curds, and the famous cream puffs at the State Fair but this year, Wisconsinites are being challenged to ...Read More
A presidential commission is calling today for a new recovery plan for returning veterans. New York advocates say the report's main finding is right ...Read More
In a rare move, a group of state lawmakers are going on the road for field hearings on health care. Starting Monday, Senate and House committees are ...Read More
It's legal, it's safe and there's no prescription necessary. Still many West Virginia women and men don't know about it. Also known as "Plan B," ...Read More
The Americans With Disabilities Act was passed in 1990 with the goal of eliminating discrimination against people with disabilities. It was designed ...Read More
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