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Topic - Health_Medical_Pharma
After years of running Minnesota's largest needle exchange, Brian Warden is beginning to see something new among the increasing numbers of suburban and rural heroin users coming to trade in used needles.
Over more than three decades, a Franklin doctor learned having a tab at a local pharmacy was a necessity.
Virginia peanut growers are donating more than 10,000 jars of peanut butter to the Federation of Virginia Food Banks.
Ohio communities are stepping up efforts to enroll their residents in health care coverage ahead of an important federal deadline this month.
Nebraska parents could soon have the ability to take a pay raise and keep their child care subsidy.
A growing model of health care has now come to Tuscaloosa.
The nation's largest association of African-American doctors is convening in Washington to discuss health issues in the black community.
Qualified North Carolina military veterans may now carry the designation of veteran on their driver licenses and identification cards.
A simple idea has blossomed into an annual event, where high school hockey brings together a community and supports military veterans. Watch more here.
The Illinois state fire marshal is urging residents to change smoke alarm batteries Saturday as Daylight Saving Time begins.
It's time to spring forward again, as the country makes the switch to daylight-saving time.
The State Fire Marshal's office is reminding Indiana residents that they should change the batteries in their smoke alarms at the same time they change their clocks to daylight saving time.
Meetings will be held next week to help Nepali and Somali Bantu residents of Vermont understand the state's new health care system.
The state Department of Health has awarded 20 additional beds to nursing facilities in western South Dakota.
Residents in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities in Ohio have weighed in on whether they are satisfied with their providers.