The law gives mentally capable, terminally ill adults with six months or fewer to live the option to request a doctorâs 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 âWarn Meâ labels in attempt to Stop Everyday Killers
An estimated 1 in 4 Americans living with diabetes donât know they have the disease
North Carolina has been hit by nearly 30 tropical storms and hurricanes over the last decade
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Dear PSA Director,
If you spot unusual or questionable charges, contact your health care provider.
More than 41 million Americans, including nearly 13 million children, lived at risk of hunger in 2016
Early intervention for invisible wounds plays a critical role for returning service members
Itâs only a matter of time before cuts that could deny seniors access to healthcare become a reality
Ninety seven percent of surveyed respondents reported at least one workplace fatigue risk factor
Every two years, more than 150 children living with type 1 diabetes gather in Washington, D.C. for the JDRF Childrenâs Congress
Fifty-four percent of AI/AN children were enrolled in medicaid or chip in 2015 as compared to 39% of all children
Under the U.S. House-passed American Health Care Act of 2017, childrenâs Medicaid funding would be cut by at least 43 billion dollars over 10 years.
About 15 percent of elderly Americans in small towns and rural areas rely on Medicaid
Studies show that approximately ten to fourteen percent of active duty service members and forty percent of veterans are diagnosed with PTSD