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Remember those VA wait times? They're still here.
Gruber exposes the Obamacare fraud.
Tobacco wars flare up in Massachusetts, of all places.
Repealing Obamacare is impossible for the duration of the Obama presidency. However, replacing some of the more disastrous parts of it should be priority No. 1 for the new Republican-majority...
If only we had a participating President.
Shaheen would not fix Obamacare.

'Arpy' Saunders, architect of Claremont lawsuit, dead at 72


Concord attorney Arpiar Saunders was involved in litigation that helped reshape education and the state's mental health system.

Premiums drop, so do subsidies for Obamacare


The entry of a low-price insurer into the New Hampshire market has reduced the Obamacare subsidies in New Hampshire across the board, according to health care premium data analyzed by consultant...

Drawing of the new Hopkinton fire station currently under construction on Pine Street.

Hopkinton Fire Station renovations shaped by future projections


Looking 50-years into the future to better serve the community was one of the goals of the Hopkinton Fire Station construction project, currently underway. The project will triple the space and help...

Members of CovenientMD's 3 Nashua Road staff, the company's corporate leadership, members of the Town Council and Town Manager Steve Daly were on hand Tuesday for a ribbon cutting at the Bedford clinic, which opens for business today.

ConvenientMD clinic opens in Bedford


Urgent care clinic chain ConvenientMD opened its newest New Hampshire location yesterday in Bedford, seeking to offer immediate health care options for the community at an affordable price point.

Advocates want more money from liquor sales to treat addiction


Advocates for drug and alcohol treatment want to see more profit from state liquor stores go toward helping alcoholics and drugs addicts in New Hampshire, and they say state law is on their side.

Rochester firm helps in fight against deadly Ebola outbreak


Five specialty motorcycles made by a New Hampshire company will be tackling the rugged terrain of West Africa in the fight against the Ebola virus.

October overdose death is Littleton's first this year caused by mix of drugs


A local man who was found dead last month in a Main Street business died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl and heroin, the first such fatality this year in which both drugs were involved, said...

Sierra Leone doctor dies of Ebola in Nebraska


A surgeon who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone died early Monday of the disease at a Nebraska hospital, medical officials said, the second death from the virus out of 10 known cases...

With open enrollment, watch for the hidden costs of health care


As open enrollment season starts, a new survey is providing an important reminder that you need to look just beyond the cost of a health plan's monthly premium to figure out your expected medical...

4 workers die after chemical leak at plant near Houston


Four workers died and a fifth was hospitalized Saturday after a chemical leak at a DuPont facility near Houston, the company said.

NH's business climate was key to Product of the Year


Following a nerve-wracking 60-second voting period via text message, Hudson-based medical device developer Prosenex was named the winner of the New Hampshire High Tech Council's 2014 Product of the...

Mike Brown, president and CEO of Hudson-based Prosenex, holds his company's dynamic neuroscreening device, which won the New Hampshire High Tech Council's Product of the Year Award on Thursday night. The event was held at Manchester Country Club in Bedford.

Hudson's Prosenex wins for diabetes device


Hudson-based medical device company Prosenex won the New Hampshire High Tech Council's Product of the Year Award last night at the Manchester Country Club for its Dynamic Neuroscreening Device,...

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1 Nashua aldermen vote against land buy

0 may work better, but challenges loom for Obamacare customers

0 Lawmakers question Obama's $6b request for Ebola funding

2 Elderly woman won't need rabies shots following dog attack

44 Obamacare consultant under fire for 'stupidity of the American voter' comment

0 Blood drive planned at Londonderry's St. Jude Parish

5 Manchester to pay $6.50 a pie for school pizza

0 Official says refugee Ebola threat near nil in NH

0 Online nursing program approved for SNHU

1 Fewer than 10 million expected to enroll under health law in 2015; below projections

0 Feel the burn'Untraditional' Orangetheory Fitness to open

0 Wilton and Milford team up for ambulance swap

74 Son's leukemia has FairPoint striker worried over loss of health coverage

0 N.J. company acquires Compass Healthcare

0 GOP Senate could push device-tax repeal

0 Somersworth woman badly burned after lighting cigarette while on oxygen

118 NH voters could tip the scales nationally

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Suspected victims of meningitis outbreak sue NH chain of pain clinics

0 NH pharma exec. excited $3.3B sale of Cystic Fibrosis drug a windfall for research

0 Keene State College interns helping hospitals, restaurants serve healthier food

0 Photos: Defects why Apple Inc. unable to release iPhone 6 with sapphire display

0 Medical marijuana alternative treatment center nanny regs up for approval

0 The Hill: Would Obamacare architect laughing at stupidity of the American voter have cost Shaheen her reelection?

0 Howie Carr: Now Mitt Romney is getting 'Grubered' by Obamacare prof

0 UNH squad practices without helmets, shoulder pads to reduce risk of head trauma

0 Living under the cloud of Ebola virus in Hanover

0 Belknap County lawmakers approve last-minute transfer for medical services at jail

0 Laconia could soon pay settlement in lead poisoning case

0 Kearsarge community forum airs questions, concerns about Ebola

0 Quarantined Rutland traveler identified as witch doctor who's presence in West Africa alarmed FBI

0 End of Life Singing Group plans first public sing

0 Dartmouth: Medical Marijuana for Digestive Disorders - High time to prescribe?

0 Somersworth declares heroin crisis

0 Radiologist lawsuit dropped an affirmation of new malpractice screening panels

0 UNH receives NFL funding for brain injury research

0 Lawmakers decline to reverse decision on nursing home administrator, clearing way for court appeal

0 It takes 'two generations' to tackle NH poverty says Annie E. Casey Foundation

0 Site launches to collect cancer stories for upcoming Ken Burns-produced documentary

0 Device for wounded warriors described as 'game changer'

0 Concord nannies want marijuana treatment centers restricted to industrial zones

0 NH veterans aren't taking full advantage of available benefits says commissioner

0 Laconia okays ordinance to ban spice; legislators may do the same

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