A new report has provided the first national count of Americans who rely on health care sharing plans — arrangements through which people agree to pay one another’s medical bills — and the number is higher than previously realized.
A Littleton couple who took in their son’s girlfriend’s niece and two nephews, giving them a safer, more stable, and cleaner home, cannot get state assistance for food and groceries because the children are not relatives.
Walk through the personal care aisles of your local store and you’ll see dozens of products that promise to soften your skin, make you smell better, extend your lashes, decrease wrinkling, tame your curly hair, or even semi-permanently change the color of your lips, hair or skin.
Smoke from more than 100 wildfires burning across Canada has been rolling into North American cities far from the flames. New York City and Detroit were both listed among the five most polluted cities in the world because of the fires on June 7, 2023. The smoke has triggered air quality alerts in several states in recent weeks.
A new National Institutes of Health study suggests prenatal exposure to PFAS is linked to slightly higher body mass index and obesity risk in children. Some of the data used came from New Hampshire.
The Department of Health and Human Services was before the Executive Council Wednesday with a second request to repurpose unspent federal money to cover higher-than-expected construction costs for a new forensic hospital.
New Hampshire ranks second in the nation for healthy senior living, according to a new report.
by Ethan DeWitt, New Hampshire Bulletin A bill to allow teenagers 16 and older to access mental health services without parental permission is drawing debate in Concord, and could be killed by the Senate Thursday. House Bill 114 would change New Hampshire law to state that “a minor 16 years of age or older may …
Some of the government’s biggest pandemic protections ended months or longer ago. Those include the December 2021 termination of temporary changes to the child tax credit and February’s end of increased food stamp assistance, protections that experts said led to a drop in child poverty.
The ruling by federal district judge Matthew Kacsmaryk of Texas suspending the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of mifepristone, one of two medications used in medication abortion in the United States, began another round of assaults on reproductive health and rights.