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Everywhere I went last fall, I would often hear the same twang of pity when I told someone I’d come to their country from America to learn how their health care works. There were three moments I will always remember, one from each of my trips to Taiwan, Australia, and the Netherlands. In Taiwan, I …

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A possible San Diego County case is being investigated by local health officials, with test results expected back early Wednesday. If confirmed, it would be the first case in the county and the sixth in the United States. Two of those cases were confirmed in Los Angeles and Orange counties. The …

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – A survey is asking community members about children’s behavioral health across eastern Iowa. The Mental Health and Disability Services of the East Central Region (ECR) will be adding children’s behavioral services for those on Medicaid starting July 1st. The Behavioral Health Survey is looking at what children in the area need …

The number of total cases worldwide now exceeds 6,000. The world has never had more advanced medical science, but it’s also never been so interconnected. So what can be done to stop it from becoming a global epidemic? The World Health Organization (WHO) has stopped short of calling it a global health emergency, but there’s …

It will be up to travelers to identify themselves if they suspect coronavirus symptoms when they arrive at Honolulu International Airport, federal health officials said Tuesday. Passengers arriving in Honolulu from the Hubei Province of China will receive a copy of a travel health alert notice as they pass through customs. The notice warns them …

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Commissioner Terri White will be leaving office on Feb. 1 after nearly 13 years on the job. White, one of the state’s longest tenured agency heads, was appointed commissioner in May of 2007 after joining the agency in 2001. “It has been my deepest honor to …

The chair of Harvard University’s chemistry department was arrested Tuesday on charges of allegedly lying to the U.S. about millions in Chinese funding he has received, in an escalation of U.S. efforts to counter what officials describe as Beijing’s aggressive recruitment at U.S. universities. In a separate case also unsealed Tuesday, a researcher at Boston …

Photo by Janelle Patterson Marietta Public Health Nurse Beth Casto documents a sinkhole Monday that was discovered between the Win Beri Condominiums and the affordable housing for the elderly with the Win Beri Place apartments. A rotting smell and an approximately five-foot diameter hole was discovered in Marietta Monday, near two sets of apartments in …

LANSING, MI (WILX) — As the coronavirus continues to make headlines around the world, some people in Mid-Michigan are starting to worry. However, Michigan health departments and doctors are monitoring the situation and say there is no need to panic. “There are far more cases of the flu out there and far more reasons to …

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