Planned Parenthood sees swift fallout from quitting program

Planned Parenthood clinics in several states are charging new fees, tapping into financial reserves, intensifying fundraising and warning of more unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases in the wake of its decision to quit a $260 million federal family planning program in a dispute with the Trump administration over abortion.

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Digging Deeper: The Vaccination Debate

As the number of measles cases in the United States continue to rise, with 704 confirmed cases in 22 states, social media giants are fighting back against the claim vaccinations are dangerous for your children.

Medical Monday: Hand Hygiene Day

It’s an easy thing to do for front line preventative health, so why does it sometimes seem like proper hand care is so hard to put into practice?

Research event for area nurses

Viterbo University hosts the 18th annual nursing research event for area students and professionals in the medical field.


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The taste of fall continues

The taste of fall continues

After a few dry days active weather typically moves in but it looks as if the dry and cool stretch

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Mayo Clinic research shows having a dog is good for your heart

Good news if you have some furry friends, Mayo Clinic says that having a dog is associated with better cardiovascular

Koch remembers brother as ‘giant personality’

Billionaire conservative donor Charles Koch (kohk) is remembering his brother David Koch for "his giant personality and passion for life"

China strikes back, $75B in tariffs on US goods

China is putting into place tariffs on $75 billion in U.S. products in retaliation for the Trump administration's latest planned

Judges: Democrats not on hook for GOP redistricting fees

A panel of federal judges has ruled that Democrats who challenged Republican-drawn political boundary maps do not have to pay

VW recalls 679K cars in US to fix potential rollaway problem

Volkswagen is recalling about 679,000 cars in the U. S. to fix a problem that could let the cars roll