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From left, nurse Lisa Nelson and Mary Scott, nursing director, prepare a trauma room at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center's emergency department.

Nashua trauma program crosses state border for partnership

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Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital are partnering to elevate the way trauma care is provided in both states.

Duane McElvain and Linda Maclachlan talk at YJT Solutions, a small IT management service provider.

Small employers grapple with rising insurance premiums

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YJT Solutions isn't required to offer health insurance to its 35 employees, but the Chicago company does. In fact, it covers 100 percent of its workers' individual costs.

Behaylu Barry, 13, right, of Stratham, and his brother, Rediat Getachew, 16, of Ethiopia.

Brothers reunite for a second life-saving effort

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Rediat Getachew knew what he had to do when he received word that his biological brother living with an adoptive family in Stratham would need a second bone marrow transplant.

Police remove dogs, cats and pig from Derry home after report of strong odor

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Police said they removed a number of dogs, cats and a potbelly pig from a residence on Scenic Drive Thursday after determining the owner had become overwhelmed and couldn't clean up after the animals.

U.S. charges two Mass. pharmacists with 25 murders in meningitis outbreak

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Two pharmacists from Massachusetts were charged with second-degree murder in connection with a deadly 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed at least 64 people and injured about 750, according to an...

Stomach bug bites Hampstead kids

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Hampstead Central School and Hampstead Middle School are taking steps to prevent the spread of illness after dozens of students were hit with a stomach bug.

State to receive $2m for health care plan

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New Hampshire will receive $2 million to develop a plan to improve health care quality, access and affordability, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Tuesday.

NH senators praise passage of bill to aid veterans with brain injuries

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U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) and Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) praised the passage of a bill that will enhance treatment services for New Hampshire veterans living with traumatic brain injuries.

The 88-bed Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center has patients from six states and New Hampshire.

Effingham rehab center told to come up with plan by Dec. 31

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While praising the thoroughness and conclusions of a state report about the Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center, the New Hampshire Disability Rights Center, which raised the alarm about what it said...

A report that examines operations at  Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center, shown here on Sept. 30, has been released. Earlier this year, a disability-rights group alleged Lakeview has exhibited a long-term 'pattern of poor treatment' of patients.

State: Range of staffing issues led to 'bad outcomes' at Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation

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A report released this morning says that 'chronic and acute staffing deficits', improper supervision, as well as deficiencies in training, communication and crisis management at Lakeview...

Drug forum gives stern warning to NH

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Those on the front lines of New Hampshire's heroin epidemic delivered a sobering message at a public forum Wednesday night.

Scientists find brain mechanism behind glucose greed

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LONDON — British scientists have found a brain mechanism they think may drive our desire for glucose-rich food and say the discovery could one day lead to better treatments for obesity.

Rivier students take some time off from studying for finals to spend a few minutes with Bree, a therapy dog that helps people cope with stress.

0 Therapy dogs have a calming effect on student test-takers

0 Health assessment highlights alcohol misuse in Greater Nashua

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0 U.S. Healthcare.gov average monthly premium rises to $222 in 2015

0 Enrollment in Obamacare plans for 2015 remains strong

0 CMC brings latest technology in breast health to Bedford

0 Hassan files another nominee for SEC

0 Mass. General says it is treating possible Ebola patient

5 Concerns growing over proposed medical marijuana facility in Epping

0 Elliot Hospital serves dinner to those affected by power outages

0 Hospital denies wrongdoing in drug-diversion suit

0 Report due soon on alleged abuse at neuro-rehab centers

0 Londonderry-based MegaFood launches transparency project in vitamin industry

0 Tilton officer thankful for new kidney, friends, family

2 Hudson may start charging for non-transport ambulance calls

0 Keene State College is holding several events next week to mark World AIDS Day

0 Nearly half-million sign up during HealthCare.gov's first week

4 Right to Life sues over NH clinic records

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0 Ending government subsidies for Planned Parenthood bodes ill for 'similar agencies' warns Monitor

0 2014 a big Lyme disease year in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont

0 Workers comp group divided on blank check for medical charges

0 Infant boy delivered on the kitchen floor in Hudson

0 NHPR: Three hospitals penalized for avoidable infections, injuries

0 NH native offers a strong voice for those with Alzheimer’s

0 Singing flash mob at Steeplegate Mall surprises boy fighting rare disease

0 13 patients of NH PainCare clinics sue, say they got sick after injections

0 Dartmouth: Creation of 'Rocker' protein opens way for new smart molecules in medicine, other fields

0 Brentwood police seek donations for trip to D.C. to see officer's name added to memorial

0 Epsom schools halt spending on books, computers, supplies as special ed cost spikes $339K

0 Interested parties await state's next move towards opening dispensaries

0 Somersworth apartment house battles bedbugs

0 Norovirus likely behind Hampstead sickness

0 Jaffrey: Crotched abuse trial sees delay

0 Walmart deal for bandages means jobs at Pease Tradeport

0 Record year for babies born at Dover hospital

0 EMT delivers great-niece in truck on road

0 Mental health crisis poses challenge for police

0 HIV infections rise among injected drug users

0 Survey: Health plan costs rose 3.4% in 2014

0 Are algae blooms linked to Lou Gehrig's disease?

1 Catholic Medical Center, N.H., upgraded to A-Minus by S&P

1 LFDA members divided over breastfeeding issue

0 Colebrook nurse accused of stealing patient’s drugs

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