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The big news here last week was that the Supreme Court has agreed to consider the constitutionality of the healthcare reform law.
The week of Thanksgiving puts more cars on the highways than any other time of the year.
The second phase of the Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) operation to control malaria will begin at the end of this month in 18 districts of the Lake Zone regions of Mwanza, Kagera and Mara.
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) last week announced it would fund two five-year programs that will assist the Vietnamese government and local partners to implement the national HIV/AIDS strategy through 2016.
Chicken Pox lollipops are not just a bad idea, they're against the law.
RTI International and its partners were awarded a grant from the National Institute of Justice to form a new Forensic Science Technology Center of Excellence.
Results of a recent study suggest that commercial disease-management programs that use nurse-based call centers are associated with modest or no improvements in quality care measures, acute care and expenditures among fee-for-service Medicare benefic
More than two dozen “thought leaders” in research fields that relate to aging came together today for a two-day exchange of ideas on how Sarasota might put itself on the map for innovative approaches to elder living.
Yesterday, I joined three of the most creative thinkers in the long-term care policy world to discuss the future of personal care services for the elderly and disabled in an era of shrinking government resources.