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The Latest: Kuwait's urges Qatar emir to exercise restraint

The Latest: Kuwait's urges Qatar emir to exercise restraint

Kuwait's ruler is calling on Qatar to exercise self-restraint in its dispute with Saudi Arabia and other regional nations, issuing a statement just hours after a senior Saudi royal arrived in Kuwait with a message from the Saudi king
Updated one month ago

Portugal moves to help its citizens living in Venezuela

A senior Portuguese official says he encountered "very serious" shortages of food and medical care in Venezuela during a recent fact-finding visit to the country
Updated one month ago

Iowa students make quilts for dementia patients to play with

Junior high students in a city in Iowa have given homemade fidget quilts to dementia patients in a local hospice
Updated one month ago

Delaware officials encouraging testing for hepatitis C

Delaware officials are encouraging people to get tested for hepatitis C. The Division of Public Health says its working to encourage people to get tested, particularly baby boomers, those born from 1945 to 1965
Updated one month ago

Wyoming ranks 37th healthiest state for seniors

A report from United Health Foundation ranks Wyoming as the 37th healthiest state in America for older people
Updated one month ago
Medicare plans to replace Social Security numbers on cards

Medicare plans to replace Social Security numbers on cards

Gov't to replace Social Security numbers on Medicare cards to protect seniors against identity theft
Updated one month ago
Reliving Communist past helps East German dementia patients

Reliving Communist past helps East German dementia patients

An East German nursing home has recreated the country's past in a room full of Communist paraphernalia leading to surprising improvements of dementia patients' health conditions
Updated one month ago