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A top Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) official resigned, accusing the agency of fostering a "dysfunctional" environment on the way out.
A second 2014 case of rabies has been confirmed in a Nebraska animal, and officials fear the early-season cases could signal that the state's in for another full year of such reports.
State officials admitted Friday in a public hearing that Maine's Center for Disease Control destroyed state documents and manipulated selection criteria in a state program.
Maine physicians, nurses, social workers and public safety officials are gathering in Augusta for a day-long conference on suicide prevention.
Former congressman Bart Stupak wrote a column Tuesday in support of the owners of for-profit companies who object to providing contraceptive drugs which can cause abortions.
Nearly 900 Illinois residents per day signed up for coverage on the health insurance marketplace last month, but the state must quicken that pace to reach a goal set by President Barack Obama's administration.
Federal officials report that more than 55,000 Alabamians have selected a health insurance plan through the federal facilitated health insurance exchange.
The Obama administration said Tuesday it's making steady progress on health care sign-ups, but the White House needs something close to a miracle to meet its goal of enrolling 6 million people by the end of this month.
Nebraska parents could soon have the ability to take a pay raise and keep their child care subsidy.