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Candidates, if you support it, say it.
ANNETTE CARBONNEAU
As a participant in New Hampshire's first statewide Mental Health First Aid training held last month in Manchester, I am both honored and enthused that my mission over the next 12 months will be to...
JOHN STOSSEL
Obamacare includes a rule called the Physician Payment Sunshine Act. It orders companies that make medical products to disclose even bagels they serve doctors and anything valued above $10.
CHARLES LANE
The Constitution is functioning, which upsets Obamacare supporters.
EDITORIAL
Obamacare proponents are angry at a court for making the Obama administration stick to the law, which says so much.
JOHN DUMAIS
The public needs to know fact from fiction when thinking about genetically modified foods.
SUELLEN GRIFFIN
Changing the way we think about treating the mentally ill.

Addiction treatment doctor gets restricted license

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An addiction treatment doctor, whose license expired during a suspension, now has a new restricted license.

Cheshire commissioners to gather public opinion on county nursing home plans

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Cheshire County Commissioners met Wednesday and decided to hold a series of public meetings in October to garner public opinion on the future of the county-owned nursing home in Westmoreland.

Congressional candidate Frank Guinta speaks to the New Hampshire Union Leader editorial staff on Wednesday in Manchester.

Guinta targets Shea-Porter, Obamacare in primary run

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Frank Guinta says U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, the Democrat who defeated him for the 1st District seat two years ago, does not deserve another term based in part on her support for Obamacare.

Conway adult tests positive for EEE

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State health officials said an adult from Conway has tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis, also known as EEE, in the first confirmed human case of the disease in five years.

Ayotte: Medical device tax hinders innovation

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U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte talked about the medical device tax and FDA regulations at Smiths Medical in Keene on Tuesday afternoon.

Norma Ouellette a Red Cross collections specialist scans a bar code during 31st Annual Gail Singer Memorial Blood Drive sponsored by FairPoint Communications at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester on Tuesday.

Organizers hope to collect 1,500 units during Manchester blood drive

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One of the largest blood drives in New England kicked off in Manchester Tuesday, with hundreds extending an arm to donate a pint of blood in the Gail Singer Memorial Blood Drive.

NH Red Cross branch given emergency response vehicle

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The New Hampshire branch of the American Red Cross has received an emergency response vehicle to help meet the needs of people caught in disasters.

Blood storage boxes are ready for Tuesday and Wednesday's 31st Annual Gail Singer Memorial Blood Drive at the Radisson in Manchester.

New blood transfusion standards change donation landscape

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The two-day Gail Singer Memorial Blood Drive begins in downtown Manchester on Tuesday, and while it will likely remain New England's largest blood drive, it takes place as the need for blood...

RocketDrop is the fastest-growing private NH company on Inc. list

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RocketDrop, a wholesale distributor of consumer electronics, including iPhones, scored the highest ranking of any New Hampshire private company in five years in an annual list of fastest-growing,...

Tom Raffio: Assessing health-care marketplaces

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If the Affordable Care Act's Health Insurance Marketplaces were an athletic team, it would have earned the 2014 “Most Improved Team” award — hands down — at the end of season...

NH restricts out-of-state compounding pharmacies

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CONCORD - The state Board of Pharmacy last week voted not to renew manufacturing licenses for out-of-state compounding pharmacies that want to ship bulk...

Before-and-after photos of Bedford resident Jonathan LaMarine show his dramatic weight loss of 210 pounds -- without surgery -- achieved in 12 months.

Obesity: Bedford man has been there; he can help

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When Jonathan LaMarine lost nearly half his body weight, it was like he had a new lease on life. And through his new non-profit, he hopes to help others achieve the same success and happiness he has...

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0 Memorial Hospital Primary Care providers certified to offer DOT medical exams

0 Elliot Health System of Manchester named 2014 Most Wired

0 Cheshire Medical/Dartmouth to upgrade emergency department

0 Video analysis provides performance tips for runners, says Claremont physical therapist

0 Concord Hospital honored with American Heart Association stroke care award

0 Back to school immunity boosters

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0 Make diet, exercise, stress management your FirstLine of defense

0 Exeter Hospital meets the need for walk-in care

0 Keene hospital to offer acupuncture

0 Diet, lifestyle choices help maintain retina health

0 Community health workers bridge culture gap

0 Parasite stimulates immune response to fight cancer

0 Robots deployed in ongoing battle against infection at Elliot Hospital

0 Patients have access to several practitioners under one roof

0 Labor pains... are no laughing matter

21 Scott Brown warns seniors of Obamacare Medicare cuts

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

0 Sarah Silverman shows off her vaporizer to E! red carpet

0 Report finds big drop in NH workers' comp payments

0 Novo Nordisk buys NH biotech plant idled in June displacing 120 workers

0 Brain aneurysm caused Hampton assistant town attorney's death

0 Treatment center rules introduce concept of satellite locations for medical marijuana

0 Bedford's Seth Meyers takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge immediately after hosting Emmys 2014 then nominates Vladimir Putin

0 Market Basket crisis hits disabled workers hard

0 Tattoo regrets: When getting inked goes all wrong

0 NH Dept. of Health and Human Services confirms first human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis since 2009

0 Walpole man continues recovery from freak accident that shattered his skull

0 Paraplegia doesn’t dampen Concord man in spirit or in sport

0 Tooth Fairy feels the pinch after overspending

0 Medical billing fraud deeply rooted in systems that foster dishonesy

0 WaPo: Wheelchair scams expose Medicare’s weak defenses against fraud

0 How Planet Fitness aims to become the McDonald's of gym franchises

0 Scientific American: Is fluoride in private wells causing an IQ decline?

0 Screening panel clears way for medical malpractice trial involving Lakes Region General Hospital

0 Curt Schilling says smokeless tobacco caused oral cancer

0 Portsmouth fire chief: Use of Narcan saved man

0 Rural NH hospital's surprising tech achievement

0 Jerald Winakur: Why I didin’t hesitate when a close friend asked me to 'put her down'

0 NCCI proposes Workers’ Comp loss costs decrease in N.H.

0 Pooch getting plump? Gym memberships for dogs on the rise

0 Dartmouth: Government pays to keep 4M Americans on heavy-duty painkillers

0 Special golf cart helping Vietnam veteran play game he loves article

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