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Health

Students not keen on healthier lunches

In Western North Carolina, the battle lines are firmly drawn around the biscuit – whole grain and unappealing to many in school lunchrooms across the … Full story    

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Investing in kids requires investing in yourself

If raising children were an investment option, your portfolio manager would advise against it. Frankly, you’d be better off buying stock in a company selling … Full story    
Published:  April 19, 2015

Ouyang joins St. Joseph Healthcare

NASHUA – St. Joseph Healthcare welcomes board-certified Internal Medicine Provider Xiaoxi Ouyang, MD, to the medical staff. Dr. Ouyang received her medical degree from McGill … Full story    
Published:  April 19, 2015

Students not keen on healthier lunches

In Western North Carolina, the battle lines are firmly drawn around the biscuit – whole grain and unappealing to many in school lunchrooms across the … Full story    
Published:  April 19, 2015

Sign-language call center grows quietly in Florida

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – The serene quiet at the ASL Services call center in Kissimmee does not reflect the amount of activity going on. Employees are … Full story    
Published:  April 12, 2015

Why did the straw break the camel’s back?

EDITOR’S NOTE: Amy Louise Haas is joining The Telegraph’s rotation of health columnists on the second Sunday of each month. Many of you have experienced … Full story    
Published:  April 12, 2015

Group hopes recycled hotel soap helps save lives worldwide

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Shawn Seipler is on a mission to save lives with soap. It began about seven years ago as a tiny operation … Full story    
Published:  April 12, 2015

Take steps to help your kids soar

In March, President Barack Obama joined thousands commemorating Bloody Sunday in Selma, Ala. The event highlights how far our society has come in the last … Full story    
Published:  April 5, 2015

French Parliament approves measure against anorexic models

PARIS – In one of the most image-conscious cities on earth, France’s Parliament has moved to make it a crime to use anorexic models or … Full story    
Published:  April 5, 2015

When the snakes bite, Zoo comes to rescue

When an area man was bitten by an African bush viper, the Dallas Zoo was ready to strike. Along with one of the country’s most … Full story    
Published:  April 5, 2015

Science, patients drive rare disease drug research surge

TRENTON, N.J. – The global pharmaceutical industry is pouring billions of dollars into developing treatments for rare diseases, which once drew little interest from major … Full story    
Published:  March 29, 2015

High nursing home bills drive up insurance rates

Thirty years ago, insurance companies had the answer to the soaring cost of caring for the elderly. Plan ahead and buy a policy that will … Full story    
Published:  March 29, 2015

Report: 11M get insured by ACA

WASHINGTON – The number of uninsured U.S. residents fell by more than 11 million since President Barack Obama signed the health care overhaul five years … Full story    
Published:  March 29, 2015

Lead poisoning still a big issue in Pa. counties

Andrew Haas is quiet just now. He’s trying hard to get a sentence out without making what he calls “a mistake” and having to start … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015

Drugmakers pool $100M Alzheimer’s fund

TRENTON, N.J. – Major drugmakers, the British government and a top Alzheimer’s research charity are pooling more than $100 million to create a global fund … Full story    
Published:  March 22, 2015