Kootenai Behavioral Health closes addiction recovery programs and outpatient psychiatry clinic, cites funding and staff shortages | Idaho News

“Actually, Kootenai Health agrees with those that are upset about our decision to temporarily close the addiction recovery program,” he wrote NORTHERN IDAHO – Kootenai Health, the leading provider of behavioral health services for northern Idaho residents, has announced the temporary closure of their addiction recovery programs and the outpatient Kootenai Clinic Psychiatry practice due … Read more

Coroner’s internship program helps Albany State students launch careers in forensic science | News

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UNL forensic science students get hands-on experiences in new crime scene house | Local

After years of being crammed into a storage room, students in the forensic science program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln now have a larger space to get hands-on experience in a mock crime scene investigation. The university recently completed renovations to an abandoned house near East Campus – giving the forensic science program a facility … Read more

Cherokee leaders sign revised Public Health, Wellness Act to build drug treatment facilities | Health

TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Chief Bryan Warner officially enacted a revised “Public Health and Wellness Fund Act” during a signing ceremony April 14 at the Cherokee Nation Outpatient Health Center in Tahlequah. Hoskin thanked the tribe’s behavioral health team, many of whom were present for the signing of … Read more

Cape Ann Business Briefcase | News

Socks collection From now until May 1, Sullivan Tire44 Bass Ave., is holding a sock drive to help those experiencing homelessness remain warm and healthy. Socks are one of the most requested items from individuals and families experiencing homelessness, yet they are the least donated for those in need. Sock boxes are located at over … Read more

Healthy Living | Health And Wellness

Natalie Freyer The Centers for Disease Control reports that one in three US adults has pre-diabetes, as determined by a patient’s glucose level (A1C) of 5.7-6.4. Approximately thirty percent of those with pre-diabetes will develop type 2 diabetes, a condition that can result in skin infections, kidney damage, nerve damage, blindness, limb loss, heart disease, … Read more

Getting a Lego up on science and engineering | Western Colorado

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CPNRD board hears about UNMC’s health, water quality research Grand Island Local News

Jesse Bell, Ph.D. and director of the Claire M. Hubbard Professor of Water, Climate and Health Program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, updated members of the Central Platte NRD Thursday on ongoing health and water quality research that UNMC is conducting in the region. Bell’s presentation concerned the effects of water quality on … Read more