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Lawmakers Get Sobering Mental Health Update

Lawmakers Get Sobering Mental Health Update

Reports from around the state show success in some mental health programs but there are still many barriers to getting people the services..

December 6, 2016 with 0 Comments
Partnership Aids First-time Moms in Hard-hit Robeson County

Partnership Aids First-time Moms in Hard-hit Robeson County

A program targeting first-time mothers and their infants chips away at the poor outcomes for children experienced in Robeson County. By..

December 5, 2016 with 0 Comments
Hospitals Head Steps Away

Hospitals Head Steps Away

By Rose Hoban For hospitals in North Carolina, the end of an era is at hand with the announcement that NC Hospital Association head Bill..

November 22, 2016
The Hazard Hunters

The Hazard Hunters

After 50 years, NIEHS stays focused on assessing environmental risks but in ways few could have predicted back in 1966. By Catherine Clabby..

November 18, 2016
NC Cancer Centers Cite Progress Based on Teamwork

NC Cancer Centers Cite Progress Based on Teamwork

North Carolina’s cancer centers push the boundaries of research into the dreaded disease. By Thomas Goldsmith Radiation. Cancer..

November 15, 2016
What the Election Could Mean for Older North Carolinians

What the Election Could Mean for Older North Carolinians

By Thomas Goldsmith A new president in Washington and new governor in North Carolina — either incumbent Pat McCrory or preliminary..

November 14, 2016
Advocates Plan Push For Paid Maternity Leave

Advocates Plan Push For Paid Maternity Leave

Recently, several North Carolina municipalities voted to give their workers paid family leave. But there are still few workers in the state..

November 9, 2016
Federal Study: Nurse Midwives Could Fill Rural Maternity-Care Gaps

Federal Study: Nurse Midwives Could Fill Rural Maternity-Care Gaps

A bill in Congress would encourage more providers to practice in rural areas. By Thomas Goldsmith Marieta Rangel, who lives in Dudley, a..

November 7, 2016
Candidates Make Their Pitches to Nurses

Candidates Make Their Pitches to Nurses

McCrory, Cooper and others in pitched electoral battles this year showed up at this year’s NC Nursing Association conference in late..

October 27, 2016
How Teletherapy Addresses Mental Health Needs

How Teletherapy Addresses Mental Health Needs

By Jon Frandsen Stateline An acute need for more and easier access to mental health treatment and improvements in communications technology..

October 27, 2016
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