Relatives and the head of state association are all telling a federal judge that Mississippi's mental health system isn't providing needed services
Father Augustine Tolton of Quincy moved a step closer to being declared a saint by the Catholic Church when Pope Francis on Wednesday proclaimed him "venerable."
Father Augustine Tolton of Quincy moved a step closer to being declared a saint by the Catholic Church today when Pope Francis proclaimed him "venerable."
Thousands of people die each year when germs causing pneumonia, sepsis and other infections can't be found quickly enough to reveal the right treatment
Floridians will be given an incentive to comparison shop for non-emergency medical treatment under a bill signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis
Political leaders on all sides are prioritizing mental health funding in New Hampshire's next budget, though differences remain in their approaches and appropriations
House lawmakers have unanimously approved a bill reforming a committee charged with monitoring prison health care in Delaware. The changes approved Tuesday are aimed at improving the work of the Adult Correction Healthcare Review Committee
Two health organizations have sued the federal government to stop a new policy creating obstacles for women seeking abortions
New recommendations are urging doctors to prescribe a daily HIV prevention pill to people who are at high risk of getting the virus
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