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Wednesday, Dec 07, 2016

Health & Lifestyles

Correction: Medical Marijuana-New York story

Correction: Medical Marijuana-New York story
Published: 12/05/16

Indiana converts WIC benefits to electronic cards

Indiana health officials say Women, Infants and Children programs in all 92 counties now are using electronic benefit transfer cards instead of paper checks
Published: 12/04/16
The Latest: Pitt gets Northwestern in Pinstripe Bowl

The Latest: Pitt gets Northwestern in Pinstripe Bowl

Pitt beat CFP-bound Clemson this season, topped Big Ten champion Penn State and now gets to meet Northwestern in the Pinstripe Bowl
Published: 12/04/16

Mark Wahlberg's foundation presents youth drug summit

Actor Mark Wahlberg's foundation is hosting a conference this week aimed at keeping teenagers off addictive drugs
Published: 12/04/16

Vermont advocates work to expand Hepatitis C treatment

The non-profit Vermont Legal Aid is working to make it easier for people suffering from Hepatitis C to get curative treatment under Vermont's Medicaid system
Published: 12/04/16

Dispatchers go low-tech to find man with dementia

Emergency dispatchers near Philadelphia are being credited for helping rescuers reach a man with dementia by keeping him on the phone until they could hear their colleagues' sirens and air horns
Published: 12/04/16

Legislation aimed at voter-approved medical marijuana law

Legislation aimed at Arkansas' new medical marijuana law is planned or already filed for the upcoming Legislative session
Published: 12/04/16

New Hampshire looks for answers behind oyster outbreaks

A team of New Hampshire researchers is taking the first steps to developing a system that could alert the shellfish industry when a deadly pathogen is in the waters
Published: 12/04/16

Ohio teen turns science project into published research

While most 16-year-olds are focusing on getting a driver's license or landing that first job, Alex Serpen can call himself a published researcher
Published: 12/04/16

Game wardens now able to get their hands on eagles, ospreys

Maine's game wardens will be getting new special gloves to help protect them when handling sick and injured animals like eagles, hawks, ospreys and owls
Published: 12/04/16