Public News Service - Health and Wellness

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
A new poll shows almost 90 percent of Oregonians want the federal government to strike a better deal when it comes to prescription drug prices ...Read More
All across the country, states are being cut off from federal AIDS funding through the Ryan White program that supports the work of AIDS service ...Read More
A new poll shows that 89 percent of Iowans favor letting the government negotiate for lower prescription drug prices. The U.S. Senate is about to ...Read More
Nearly 45,000 Iowans who rely on local governments for mental health and disability services may lose access to those programs if the legislature fail ...Read More
State lawmakers are considering a bill to expand the definition of a hate crime. The proposal would add language to include people who are targeted ...Read More
85 percent of Americans say prescription prices are "too high," according to new research from AARP. The survey also shows Americans like the idea ...Read More
The U.S. Senate will soon vote on a plan that would allow Medicare to use its buying power to barter for lower drug prices, and a new survey ...Read More
What's the best way to a woman's heart? Brand-new guidelines from the American Heart Association say women can keep their hearts healthier and live l ...Read More
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