Representatives from all 50 states in DC to speak on behalf of the 1.25 million Americans living with T1D
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) is promoting the National Kidney Month theme, Preventing Kidney Disease: Healthy Women, Healthy Families.
Company argues for congress to update outdated laws governing technology communications
According to the U.S. Census, African-Americans have a poverty rate of more than 22 percent
ASCE‚Äôs 2017 infrastructure report card gave America‚Äôs infrastructure an overall grade of "D+"
Eighty five percent of hospitals will see net payment increases from recent Medicare Part B outpatient payment changes
World Cancer Day is this Sunday, February 4th
More than 635,000 people die of heart disease every year - that's 1 in every 4 deaths
Chronic stress can lead to long term health consequences
Flooding causes annual economic losses of about $15 billion per year in the U.S.
Census information guides more than 7.6 billion dollars annually in federal funds to Alabama
One in six children struggles with hunger, and 43 million Americans live in poverty
The law gives mentally capable, terminally ill adults with six months or fewer to live the option to request a doctor‚Äôs prescription for medication they can decide to take to die peacefully if their end-of-life suffering becomes...
Some popular tax deductions could disappear when the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31
The results of the 2020 decennial census are likely to help guide the allocation of more than $9 billion in federal spending for Kentucky
More than 80% of non-traumatic amputations in VA patients are caused by DFUs
At a provocative Memorial to victims, NSC unveils new data showing the scope of the opioid epidemic and distributes first-of-their-kind ‚ÄúWarn Me‚ÄĚ labels in attempt to Stop Everyday Killers
An estimated 1 in 4 Americans living with diabetes don‚Äôt know they have the disease
North Carolina has been hit by nearly 30 tropical storms and hurricanes over the last decade
If you spot unusual or questionable charges, contact your health care provider.