According to advocates and officials at a meeting in Raleigh this week, North Carolina’s network of help for people in mental health..
This year’s flu season is busy, with at least 10 percent of all North Carolina emergency department visits for flu-like symptoms. By..
Strong words and a vote in the Health and Human Services oversight committee on Tuesday displayed how far apart members of the House and..
Researchers have linked cadmium to low birth weights, but they’re not sure why nonsmoking mothers have high blood levels of the heavy..
As lawmakers consider making changes to the state’s Medicaid program, legislators are staking out familiar positions from the past..
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For one of the only pediatric providers in Hertford County, providing care to an underserved rural population is the dream. But the..
After years of underfunding and a series of scathing articles about faults in North Carolina’s death reporting system, a legislative..
Officials seek to reassure people in North Carolina that they’re prepared to respond if Ebola comes to the state. By Rose Hoban State..
As they contemplate reforming and reorganizing North Carolina’s Medicaid program, lawmakers are looking for examples from other..