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National push to adopt foster children

| November 18, 2016

One adoptive parent says, all a person really needs, is a good heart, and patience.

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Rising health care costs prompt more vigilance from PBMs

| November 1, 2016

Pharmacy Benefit Managers play an ever increasing role in negotiating rebates from drug manufacturers, encouraging generic varieties, and creating networks of affordable pharmacies.

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Hundreds to be served during the 2016 Lafayette County Project Connect

| October 26, 2016

This event is being organized by the Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri/Live Well Community Health Centers in collaboration with REACH Healthcare Foundation and the Lafayette County Social Services Committee including the Health Department, Missouri Valley Community Action Agency, First Baptist and local churches, and many other organizations.

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Marriage of technology and medical disorder treatment

| October 13, 2016

Increasingly, devices can be utilized to detect and fight depression.

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CDC announces funding for growing problem

| July 5, 2016

The problem has recently come into focus after the first case of bacteria resistance to Colistin, a so-called, last-resort antibiotic, that occurred in April, 2016.

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The influences of prescription drug prices

| April 23, 2016

The main difference between brand-name and generic prices seems to be the cost of initial research and development which is sustained by the brand-name company, while the base cost of developing and producing a drug continues to rise.

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‘Hygeine Hypothesis’ cites cause for increased allergic diseases

| April 12, 2016

Data from the CDC says, with prolonged exposure, strains of infectious organisms eventually become immune to antibacterial products that were designed to kill them.

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KMZU Warm Weather Activities, Safety Week Series: Wednesday- ATV safety for off-road enthusiasts

| April 6, 2016

As we move into the spring and summer months, outdoor activities such as off-road riding, become more popular. For those who entertain themselves with an all-terrain vehicle, there are a few common safety practices to keep in mind.

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Governmental vs. non-governmental climate study

| April 5, 2016

While the White House cites recent, government climate studies, scientists outside the influence of politics still question the findings.

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