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The FDA has approved Narcan, the overdose reversal medication, for over-the-counter use. more
The No Surprises Law was supposed to help families in need of medical treatment when they visit in-network emergency rooms, but as one local family learned, there was some nuance to the way it was … more
  UNITED STATES (KVRR) — Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Kevin Cramer of North Dakota are leading a bill to expand Public Safety Officer benefits for firefighters across the country. … more
FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Narcan, a lifesaving drug which reverses the effects of opioid overdoses, is now readily available for users over the counter. People can grab the item at convenience, grocery, … more
The state and federal government are ending the COVID-19 public health emergency on May 11. more
The FDA has approved selling Narcan without a prescription. It is now on course to become the first opioid treatment drug to be sold over the counter by summer. more
The Five Minute Read highlights things to do, places to go and people to know in the Greater Lowell area. Have news to share? Send it to more
This comes despite the Biden administration having expressed strong objections to the bill earlier this year. more
The agreement features a 16.5% wage increase over three years. The nurses will receive a 5% wage hike in April, a 5.5% increase in July and a final 6% increase in July 2024. more
The bill moved through the House and got stuck in the Senate. more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved selling naloxone without a prescription more
A new study found significant differences in health outcomes between counties across the Bay State. The post How healthy is your county compared to the rest of Massachusetts? appeared first on … more
A single U.S. senator is blocking military promotions because he says the Pentagon shouldn’t be paying for the travel for personnel to obtain abortions. more
The New York Department of Motor Vehicles is taking new steps to increase organ donor enrollment. Drivers registering a vehicle at the DMV will now be asked to consider joining the donation registry. more
The funding will expand Marin's overdose prevention staffing network, beef up supplies of Narcan and engage additional substance use treatment providers. more
"The more people that are able to administer it for patients that are not breathing, the more lives we're going to save," said Matt Zavadsky of MedStar.          more
The Senate on Wednesday passed a GOP-led resolution that would end the COVID-19 national emergency that has been in place since 2020. The measure passed the upper chamber 68-23. A similar resolution … more
Both COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations remain low in Clark County and statewide. more
One of Robert Kraft's sons on Wednesday revealed that he has been treated for prostate cancer, as he pushed others to get screened with advanced prostate cancer rates on the rise. more
Dr. May Min, a gastroenterologist at Rhode Island Hospital, joined 12 News at 4 Wednesday to discuss Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and the importance of regular screening. more
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