Public News Service - Health and Wellness

Most stalkers don't track the rich and famous in New Hampshire, they track people they usually know. A new campaign kicks off today to remind people ...Read More
New statistics from the American Cancer Society show a drop in cancer deaths in the United States, and in Minnesota. Matt Flory with the American ...Read More
The latest stats are in, and there's some good news: Wisconsinites are now less likely to die from cancer. The American Cancer Society studied the ...Read More
A lot has changed in doctors' offices in the last 33 years, but the law regulating physician assistants, or PAs, in South Dakota has not. That adds ...Read More
For the fifth straight year, Oregon is "failing" to help reduce tobacco-related disease, according to the American Lung Association's annual report ...Read More
South Dakota has made some strides in the "State of Tobacco Control Report," released by the American Lung Association this week, but there's plenty ...Read More
The second phase of the state's universal health care plan began with the New Year. Everyone making below $29,000 a year is eligible for ...Read More
The South Dakota "campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids" says the one dollar per pack cigarette tax increase that became law Monday marks an important day in ...Read More
If quitting smoking was your New Year's Resolution, you don't have to go it alone. Ohio ex-smoker Len Staten is a volunteer tobacco counselor for ...Read More
Sioux Falls, SD - Having a mental illness is common, with 24 million people nationwide battling some type of psychological distress. Yet only one in ...Read More
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