Wednesday, June 19, 2013
New Anti-Suicide Campaign Solicits Help From Peers, Families of At-Risk Native Youth
The campaign is called “Lead the change: Speak. Connect. Act.”
Feds Nix Proposal To Ban Food Stamps For Sodas
The ban would have applied to any sweetened beverage that contains more than 10 calories per eight ounces.
"Supermoms" More Likely To Be Depressed Than Realistic Moms
A provocative new study suggests working moms who try to be "supermoms" are more likely to be depressed than their counterparts who embrace the idea that they can't do it all.
Breast Cancer Patient Denied Medicaid Coverage: Is He Victim Of Sexism?
South Carolina man denied coverage for breast cancer
So long, sunscreen? Scientists suggest red wine helps prevent sunburn
Is it time to ditch the bottle of sunscreen for a bottle of cabernet?
Exercise Called "Wonder Drug" For Cancer Patients
Medical advice to cancer patients changed from "take it easy" to "take a walk"
Federal Funds For HIV Prevention In Alaska Cut In Half
Centers for Disease Control reallocated money to states with more HIV and AIDS cases. Alaska's nonprofits must now rely on donations.
Elmo, Grover At Providence Children's Hospital
The hospital's youngest patients get a special visit from Sesame Street characters
Mental Health Treatment Providers Respond To Recent Violent Crimes
The men in custody exhibited or were actually treated for mental illness before the incidents that put a little girl in critical condition and left a young woman lying near death tonight.
State Steps In To Help Alaskans Struggling To Cut The Fat
State teams up with Spenard Farmer’s Market for food stamp program