“Even today, some folks are still arguing that we just can’t afford to serve our kids healthy food, that it’s too expensive.”
Gov. Mike Pence said Thursday he had concerns about a now-defunct bill aimed to increase vaccination rates among Indiana teenagers for the virus blamed for causing most cases of cervical cancer.
Leaders with Associated Churches say they’re in dire need of your help. Community donations have plummeted and more people need food.
Graphic design students from the University of Saint Francis came up with the new look and a new name more reflective of the work they do.
The $58,000 donation to Parkview Foundation will help fund the continuation of a program that helps keep children safe on the road.
The camp promises enriching, life-changing experiences in a traditional camping environment tailored to each child’s individual needs.
The bill granting the controversial techniques was passed Tuesday by the House of Lords, after being approved earlier this month by the House of Commons.
In extensive interviews conducted over three years by the Urban Institute, 283 young people spoke about experiencing family rejection, establishing support networks with groups of their peers, and learning how to subsist on earnings from sexual encounters.
Mental health experts say the case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer’s patient suspected of killing his roommate at an assisted living facility in suburban Denver is rare and shows the difficulty of caring for those with the unpredictable disease, even for the specially trained.
Only 13 states created their own insurance marketplaces, where people who don’t get coverage through work but earn too much to qualify for Medicaid can purchase policies.
Three Austrians have replaced injured hands with bionic ones that they can control using nerves and muscles transplanted into their arms from their legs.
The outbreak, which involves 26 confirmed cases in southeastern Indiana, are mostly linked through injection drug abuse.
States that have embraced the health care law continued to outperform those where political opposition remains strong.
Drugmaker Merck & Co. has granted a free license allowing one of its HIV medicines to be made and sold inexpensively for use in young children in poor countries hard hit by the AIDS virus.
However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says birth control pills remain the most popular contraceptive method nationwide.
The bill would require the training for all coaches and assistant coaches in fifth through twelfth grade for all types of sports.
Exposing infants like these to peanuts before age 1 actually helped prevent a peanut allergy, lowering that risk by as much as 81 percent.
Millions of people could lose health insurance subsidies in the coming months if the Supreme Court sides with opponents of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
America’s biggest tobacco companies say they are ready and willing to pass along factual public health information about cigarettes.
The Liberia leader pointed out a need for clean water, roads to access facilities and power projects to keep hospital equipment running.