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Latest Health_Medical_Pharma Items
A veterans center in southwest Ohio is planning a $5 million renovation of the dementia unit of its long-term care facility.
Two Vermont Senate committees want to hear from the public about a bill that would change the procedures for requiring some mental patients to take psychiatric medications against their will.
A University of Rhode Island pharmacy professor has been awarded a $1.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study a novel way of fighting cancer.
Republican lawmakers are proposing a new audit of the state's Medicaid program, which Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants to expand.
State health officials awarded $56 million to a dozen hospitals and nursing homes even as the governor repeated dire warnings Monday that some Brooklyn hospitals will close without more federal help.
Liberals and progressives will always let you know which organizations or individuals they fear most by whom they attack ("Chuck Schumer pushes plan to wipe out tea party," Web, Jan. 23).
The honeymoon, such as it was, is over. Terry McAuliffe moved into Virginia's governor's mansion little more than a fortnight ago, and already he's spoiling for a fight with the legislature. The Democratic bag man set the stage for his first clash with the Republican-dominated General Assembly over expansion of the state's Medicaid rolls under Obamacare.
State police say a missing man has been found dead at a state park in Killingly.
An Iowa legislative panel unanimously approved a measure Monday that would let active duty members of the military buy handguns without going through the usual permit process.