Local Voices -- Nicholas A. Toumpas and José Montero: What NH health officials are doing about EbolaREADER COMMENTS: 3
Citing the state right-to-know law, anti-abortion activists have filed a lawsuit against state agencies that have refused to release records involving the operations of abortion clinics run by...READER COMMENTS: 0
The Strafford County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with the Police Chiefs of Strafford County, is holding the first Strafford County Access to Recovery Day on Dec. 13.READER COMMENTS: 0
The New Hampshire Board of Medicine has reprimanded Dr. Jeffrey E. Hubley, an OB-GYN with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Nashua, after an infant suffered permanent brain damage because of deprivation of oxygen...READER COMMENTS: 1
CONCORD — Thirteen New Hampshire residents are suing a chain of pain clinics where they say they received injections two years ago of a tainted steroid medication later linked to a meningitis...READER COMMENTS: 2
The state asked the federal government to allow private insurance cover newly eligible Medicaid recipients under the Affordable Care Act.READER COMMENTS: 19
Republicans in the House of Representatives on Friday sued over the implementation of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, according to court documents.READER COMMENTS: 2
Concord attorney Arpiar Saunders was involved in litigation that helped reshape education and the state's mental health system.READER COMMENTS: 23
The entry of a low-price insurer into the New Hampshire market has reduced the Obamacare subsidies in New Hampshire across the board, according to health care premium data analyzed by consultant...READER COMMENTS: 0
Looking 50-years into the future to better serve the community was one of the goals of the Hopkinton Fire Station construction project, currently underway. The project will triple the space and help...READER COMMENTS: 1
Urgent care clinic chain ConvenientMD opened its newest New Hampshire location yesterday in Bedford, seeking to offer immediate health care options for the community at an affordable price point.
Advocates for drug and alcohol treatment want to see more profit from state liquor stores go toward helping alcoholics and drugs addicts in New Hampshire, and they say state law is on their side.READER COMMENTS: 0
Five specialty motorcycles made by a New Hampshire company will be tackling the rugged terrain of West Africa in the fight against the Ebola virus.
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