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Yes, you are paying for abortions through Obamacare.
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We are headed toward single-payer health care, slowly but surely.
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Obamacare is already putting more Granite Staters on the dole.
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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.

CDC says NH cancer rates among highest in nation

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New Hampshire, a state that typically receives high rankings for its overall health, has some of the highest rates of cancer in the United States, according to data recently compiled by the U.S.

Ayotte pushes bill to combat 'spice'

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U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte announced Thursday she is co-sponsoring legislation to combat synthetic drugs commonly known as “spice” that, in the last month alone, sent more than 50 Manchester...

Owner of Zin-Zen Yoga Michelle Fabbrini sits in lotus pose in her new studio, which also sells wine, at 126 South River Road, Bedford.

Zin-Zen Yoga offers relaxation in Bedford

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Besides her two children, Michelle Fabbrini's two greatest passions are yoga and wine. She combines the two in her new business, Zin-Zen Yoga – a combination of yoga studio, wine shop and...

From left, Exeter Town Manager Russell Dean, Southern District YMCA board chairman Terry Sullivan, Exeter native and Paralympic gold medalist Victoria Arlen, N.H. Gov. Maggie Hassan and Southern District YMCA executive director Rob McGregor prepare to break ground Tuesday on Exeter's future YMCA on Linden Street.

Exeter breaks ground on new YMCA project

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New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan touted positive community impacts as well as the expected economic boost from construction of the highly anticipated project on Linden Street.

Officials monitoring spread of Enterovirus D68

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New Hampshire health officials say they're on the lookout for the Enterovirus D68, a respiratory virus that was detected in the Midwest earlier this summer and is now two states away from New...

City officials to review proposed 'spice' ban

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An aldermanic committee is set to take up a proposed ban today on the sale of "spice" in the city, following a spate of medical emergencies last month linked to the synthetic marijuana product.

EEE found in Portsmouth mosquito batch

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A mosquito batch in Portsmouth has tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis, expanding worry about the rare but dangerous disease to the Seacoast.

Derry mental health group enters into pact with NH Medicaid provider

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The Center for Life Management is partnering with Beacon Health Strategies on a new payment model that will better serve its clients, according to a news release.

Pembroke podiatrist's license suspended

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A local podiatrist’s medical license was suspended Thursday on allegations he used substandard infection control measures, according to an order issued by the state Board of Registration in...

Bronze Craft to pay $131,115 hazardous waste fine

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A company has agreed to pay $131,115 to settle alleged hazardous waste violations at its Nashua facility, state officials said.

Claremont imposes limits on smoking in city parks

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A new smoking ban in city parks was adopted Wednesday by City Council and immediately took effect.

Hopkinton adult is 2nd EEE case

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A second person has contracted Eastern Equine Encephalitis, or EEE, this season, according to a release from the state Department of Health and Human Services.

2 Northeast Delta Dental enrolls 2,000 in ACA

0 Small firms slow to embrace ACA business exchanges

9 Source: Manchester mental health facility drops Medicaid patients, lays off 10

0 Candia mule tests positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis

0 Staffing agency sued by Exeter Hospital for Hepatitis C outbreak has case dismissed

0 Suicide Prevention Week: NH expert focuses on veterans

0 Hassan says NH's high workers' comp costs a burden

0 Officials say hackers broke into Obamacare website server

0 Kuster talks health services with vets, advocates

0 CVS pulls last of tobacco items a month early, plans name change

0 Rochester woman's health care network claim dismissed

1 Smoking ban in Claremont parks gains preliminary approval

1 Former FBI director Freeh, injuried in crash, thanks medical staff in Lebanon

0 Newport shooting victim in stable but critical condition

0 Nashua panel wants details on proposed site for city's new public health building

0 Heroin abuse in Keene prompts community talk

0 New imaging technique available in Salem helps with breast cancer detection

0 Health centers in Somersworth, Raymond using Obamacare funds to streamline service

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

0 Hudson medical device maker Atrium faces lawsuits over surgical mesh

0 Keene memorial to Robin Williams has outstayed its welcome

0 Walpole wins statewide tap water taste test

0 Retired living in NH isn't easy (or cheap)

0 The world's oldest yogi spends her weekend in Keene

0 Conway motel condemned by fire department; 29 residents displaced

0 Strafford County jail inmate claims medical mistreatment

0 More schools stocking shots that counter serious allergic reactions, only NH and R.I. don't

0 Verdict expected in former health analyst’s wrongful termination trial

0 Rochester hospital will be included in four Obamacare plans in 2015

0 Neighbors oppose plan for homeless daycare shelter in Exeter residential neighborhood

0 Conway hospital braces for Ebola outbreak

0 Census: NH uninsured increased in 2013, a trend reversed in 2014 with help of federal subsidies

0 America's heroes deserve free abortions, contraceptives says Shaheen

0 Laconia psychiatrist can apply for reinstatement despite sex with patient, drugs

0 Award-winning film promoting helmet use follows brain damaged New Hampshire snowboarder

0 Belknap County fires nursing home administrator, mum on reason

1 Reluctant to combat militant Islam, Obama sends 3,000 U.S. troops to Ebola fight

0 NH man's life spared by experimental 'target' cancer therapy

0 New Hampshire operates nation's second-best nursing homes after R.I.

0 After 5-year suspension for sex with patient, Gilford psychiatrist may reapply for medical license

0 Getting advanced prosthetics to those who need them

0 Should violent students be required to wear electric shock devices? Some of parents say yes as FDA considers ban

0 Wearable devices can be used by employers to track worker health and safety

0 Phineas Gage: Neuroscience's most famous patient

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