Oak Hills partners on mental health Community Press & Recorder Mon, 30 Jan 2012 03:01 AM PST A new partnership between the Oak Hills Local School District, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and MindPeace will provide Oak Hills High School students access to high quality mental health services at school to help ensure academic success.
Retirees may find their benefits targeted for cuts Jefferson City News Tribune Mon, 30 Jan 2012 02:54 AM PST Itâs a case of broken promises. A growing number of companies are reneging on health insurance and other retirement benefits, leaving retirees scrambling and sometimes uninsured.
Latest News The Labour Party Mon, 30 Jan 2012 02:48 AM PST âThis news confirms a deepening crisis of confidence amongst health professionals in Andrew Lansley and his handling of the Health Bill.
Law school adds health care program The GW Hatchet Mon, 30 Jan 2012 02:29 AM PST The GW Law School will launch a health law and policy program this fall that looks to address the future of the health care industry, after receiving a $1 million donation in November, the schoolâs dean announced Friday.
Mayo, Minn. communities targeting immigrant health Minnesota Public Radio Mon, 30 Jan 2012 02:24 AM PST In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, researchers at the Mayo Clinic are working with more than a dozen community organizations in southeast Minnesota to keep immigrants and refugees from developing common diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity.
Health Matters: Early detection of melanoma NBC 2 Fort Myers Mon, 30 Jan 2012 02:16 AM PST With fair hair and fair skin, Pat Pinner knew he faced a better than fair risk for skin cancer. "One day I found something that didn't look right and I thought that it made sense to go get it checked out." A
Latest Local News Providence Business News Mon, 30 Jan 2012 02:15 AM PST The state should adopt into law provisions for establishment of a health care exchange and, in another matter, must not ignore the threat of casinos in nearby Massachusetts, according to two committees that prepared recommendations for the General Assembly Friday morning at the U.S. Small Business Administration Rhode Island Economic Summit.