Columbia County, New York Healthcare News

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11/26/2022 SNAP: $70M holiday gift for 426,000 clients | News | thechronicleonline.com
Most Columbia County clients and other Oregonians who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive emergency allotments in December. In December, approximately 426,000 SNAP households will receive approximately $70 million in extra food benefits in addition to their regular SNAP benefits. The federal government has approved emergency allotments ...
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11/25/2022 Trending / SNAP: $70M holiday gift for 426,000 clients | News | thechiefnews.com
Most Columbia County clients and other Oregonians who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive emergency allotments in December. In December, approximately 426,000 SNAP households will receive approximately $70 million in extra food benefits in addition to their regular SNAP benefits. The federal government has approved emergency allotments ...
thechiefnews.com
11/24/2022 Sherwood Trust awarded $203,200 in Impact Grants
Sherwood Trust awarded $203,200 in Impact Grants November 24, 2022 WALLA WALLA Sherwood Trust awarded 16 local organizations $203,200 in Impact Grants. ‚AuIt's inspiring to be able to support so many good ideas and programs with Impact Grants this year,‚Au said Hunt. ‚AuWe‚Aore especially happy that of ...
waitsburgtimes.com
11/23/2022 Even a Little Drinking in Pregnancy Can Reshape Fetal Brain
TUESDAY, Nov. 22, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Exposure to even low levels of alcohol while in the womb can change the structure of the fetus‚Ao brain, according to Austrian researchers. The study results suggest that pregnant women should strictly avoid alcohol, one author said. ‚AuUnfortunately, many pregnant women are unaware ...
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11/22/2022 California Aims to Maximize Health Insurance Subsidies for Workers During Labor Disputes
This spring, Chevron workers testified that the company revoked health coverage for hundreds of members of the United Steelworkers Local 5 at the Richmond, California, refinery during a strike that ultimately lasted two months. Thousands of nurses at Stanford Health Care were told in April they would lose their health ...
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11/22/2022 SNAP Benefits: $70M holiday gift for 426,000 clients | News | cannonbeachgazette.com
Most Columbia County clients and other Oregonians who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive emergency allotments in December. In December, approximately 426,000 SNAP households will receive approximately $70 million in extra food benefits in addition to their regular SNAP benefits. The federal government has approved emergency allotments ...
cannonbeachgazette.com
11/21/2022 Police: Man crashes into Wallkill CSD building
WALLKILL, N.Y. ( NEWS10 ) A Walden man who was trying to get away from an Ulster County Sheriff's deputy crashed his car into a telephone pole on Sunday, authorities said. According to police, Jason D. Hepper, 33, was being chased after a deputy saw him slam into the Wallkill ...
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11/19/2022 New Pfizer Booster Shot Shows Protection Against Emerging Omicron Variants
FRIDAY, Nov. 18, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The updated Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots are proving their mettle against emerging omicron variants, the company announced Friday. The findings from the study were posted on a preprint server online and have not been published in a peer-reviewed journal. The latest version ...
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11/18/2022 Pfizer's New Booster Shot Shows Protection Against Emerging Omicron Variants
FRIDAY, Nov. 18, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Pfizer's updated COVID booster shots are proving their mettle against emerging omicron variants, the company announced Friday. The latest version of the vaccine generated virus-fighting antibodies against four more omicron lineages, including the troubling BQ.1.1 variant. Notably, the immune response wasn't as ...
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11/17/2022 Gun buyback event planned in Columbia County
HUDSON, N.Y. ( NEWS10 ) The Office of New York Attorney General Letitia James is hosting a community gun buyback with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office on Saturday, November 19, at the Columbia County Department of Health. The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) accepts with no questions asked working ...
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11/16/2022 GOP flips traditionally Democratic seats in Columbia County
FONT & AUDIO SHARE THIS MORE STORIES GOP flips traditionally Democratic seats in Columbia County - Details - Lauren Bishop and Mark Miller - Although they fell short of winning majorities in the Legislature and lost their 11th consecutive gubernatorial election, Oregon Republicans could chalk up two big victories in Columbia County last Tuesday ...
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11/16/2022 GOP flips traditionally Democratic seats in Columbia County
GOP flips traditionally Democratic seats in Columbia County Although they fell short of winning majorities in the Legislature and lost their 11th consecutive gubernatorial election, Oregon Republicans could chalk up two big victories in Columbia County last Tuesday, Nov. 8, as they flipped House and Senate seats long represented by ...
portlandtribune.com
11/16/2022 Columbia County passes budget, challenges laid at state legislators
At the end of a an all-day meeting of the Columbia County Board of Supervisors, a 2023 budget was approved with several amendments, some controversy, and harsh criticism directed at the recently re-elected state legislators. On Nov. 9 the Finance Committee met to vote on a draft budget ...
hngnews.com
11/15/2022 Columbia County steady at 13 COVID-19 cases
Active COVID-19 case numbers in Columbia County remained at 13 on Monday, according to the Arkansas Department of Health. There were no new virus-related deaths in the five-county area of South Arkansas on Monday. COVID-19 Metrics for Columbia County Total Cumulative Cases: 6,411 Total Active Cases ...
magnoliareporter.com
11/14/2022 Rabid raccoon found in Columbia County
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) ‚Ai The Georgia Department of Public Health is informing residents to be cautious after a rabid raccoon was observed on November 10, in a populated area near Hickory Drive and North Belair Road in Columbia County. The raccoon appeared sick and unable to move, but did not ...
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11/14/2022 Does Your Child Have a Cold or Severe RSV? Signs to Look For
MONDAY, Nov. 14, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- As most American parents already know, cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a common illness of childhood, are surging this year. Hospitals are filling up with babies and toddlers very ill with the easy-to-catch illness, which is coming back with a vengeance ...
wiscnews.com
11/14/2022 More Teens Are Getting Weight Loss Surgery, If Families Can Afford It
MONDAY, Nov. 14, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- A growing number of U.S. teenagers are undergoing weight-loss surgery, but the figures suggest many still lack access to the procedures -- especially underinsured Black and Hispanic kids. That's the conclusion of a new study charting trends in bariatric (weight-loss) surgery among U.S ...
wiscnews.com
11/14/2022 Health Highlights: Nov. 14, 2022‚Äã
Does your child have a cold or severe RSV? Most cases of RSV will just look like a cold, and then improve over time. But in some cases, labored breathing can be a sign a child needs hospital care. Read more Does Your Child Have a Cold or Severe RSV ...
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11/13/2022 If you're feeling blue, you could be suffering from seasonal affective disorder
Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression related to changes in seasons. Millions of adults in the U.S. may suffer from seasonal affective disorder, although many may not know they have the condition, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Signs and symptoms can include: Feeling listless ...
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11/11/2022 Rare disciplinary case against Pa. doctor offers glimpse into big business of medical marijuana cards
IMAGE: Each year, hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania patients must receive approval from a physician if they want to legally use cannabis in the state. Ed Mahon of Spotlight PA Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE ...
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11/11/2022 Tour These Terrific Tea Rooms in the Hudson Valley
By Jonathan Ortiz, Sabrina Sucato, and Barbara Reina Tea, in its many forms, seems to be a miraculous, almost supernatural substance. Its ambrosial qualities are known to allay ailment, lower health risks, promote sound snoozing, and in rare cases incite political revolution. Yet its oldest and most widely accepted function ...
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11/10/2022 Rare disciplinary case against Pa. doctor offers glimpse into big business of medical marijuana cards - pennlive.com
Story by Ed Mahon of Spotlight PA Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters . HARRISBURG When Bette Grey considered using cannabis to help ...
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11/10/2022 Rare disciplinary case against Pa. doctor offers glimpse into the big business of medical marijuana cards
Rare disciplinary case against Pa. doctor offers glimpse into the big business of medical marijuana cards A patient's complaint about her virtual appointment through Veriheal has offered a look inside the multimillion dollar certification industry. Ed Mahon/Spotlight PA Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The ...
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11/10/2022 Rare disciplinary case against Pa. doctor offers glimpse into the big business of medical marijuana cards
Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters . When Bette Grey considered using cannabis to help with chronic pain last year, she turned to the ...
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11/10/2022 Rare disciplinary case against Pa. doctor offers glimpse into the big business of Medical Marijuana cards - WeedLife News Network - WeedLife News
HARRISBURG - When Bette Grey considered using cannabis to help with chronic pain last year, she turned to the nationwide medical marijuana card company Veriheal. The company connected her to Theodore Colterelli, a Pennsylvania doctor who had the power to decide whether patients qualify for the state's medical marijuana program ...
weedworthy.com