Public health workers partner with law enforcement to combat drunk and drugged driving. By Rose Hoban For someone who’s had a few..
by Mark Hibbs Coastal Review Online The increasing demand on drinking-water resources is one of the major issues facing those who live and..
By Shawn Poynter and Tim Marema The Daily Yonder Rural America’s above-average mortality rate ought to be getting more attention than it..
Health reform and now Medicaid reform have changed funding streams for local public health departments. The state’s health directors..
By Kirk Ross Coastal Review Online With a March primary and an early start to the session, the N.C. General Assembly’s environmental..
Doctors and brain researchers agree that medications such as buprenorphine, methadone and naltrexone are the most effective anti-addiction..
Members of North Carolina’s Congressional delegation have gotten deeply involved in health care issues in Washington. By Gabe Rivin..
A story published in N.C. Health News in October looked at pending Congressional legislation over trucking rules. Now that bill has been..
As more people use drug drop-off services at local law enforcement agencies and events such as Operation Medicine Drop, the price tag is..
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper joined other attorneys general in urging Congress to pass the Comprehensive Addiction and..