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Unlike their country cousins, whose population is slowly declining, urban and suburban wild turkeys are not hunted. “They want open areas. Well, lawns and golf courses? All of these are great open spots for wild turkeys,” one expert said.
There's a curious connection between earthquakes and the Earth's rotation. But that doesn't mean the planet is in for a major shaking next year.
In this episode of “What the Health?” Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Joanne Kenen of Politico, Alice Ollstein of Talking Points Memo and Sarah Jane Tribble of Kaiser Health News discuss some of the under-covered health stories of the past several weeks, including drug price issues, the opioid epidemic and women’s reproductive health.
In an effort to reduce drug costs and increase efficiency, Massachusetts is seeking federal approval to implement a new approach to how the state’s Medicaid program covers prescription medications.
Many have complicated questions about whether their Medicaid or Medicare coverage can shift to their new homes. And for those seeking private insurance, using the ACA’s insurance marketplaces will likely be a new experience.
The state, aiming to cut costs, wants federal approval to negotiate discounts for prescription medicines.
What James Dempsey's family saw on the recording made them sue his nursing home.
Trump has been clear on his dislike of hunting well before he effectively reversed a decision on hunting big game in Africa.
End of the world, apocalypse, nibiru, planet x, NASA, Nov. 19
Don’t hold off on these shots because of false ideas.
Amphibians are declining faster than birds or mammals.
Even William the Conqueror was desperate enough to go on a fad diet.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wore moccasins to celebrate native culture around the world. But Western tribes say his plan to dramatically shrink the Bears Ears National Monument will devastate their culture.
A study links warfarin to a lower risk of prostate, lung and breast cancers.
The regulator cited one example in which consumers had to call the insurer 22 times to resolve a complaint.
About half of adults in the U.S. will be considered hypertensive under the new guidelines, compared to a third now.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Your grandma hosted Tupperware parties. Your mom attended Mary Kay soirees. Now, you might be sipping cocktails at an egg-freezing fête. Judging from a recent event at a swanky...
Lee Nathans, like insurance brokers in many states, expects to be crazy busy for the next several weeks, fielding calls from “people who are not going to be happy.” Open enrollment for Affordable Care...
Airway reflux, a type of heartburn that reaches your throat, can cause these problems.
The longtime news anchor is certainly not thinking about retiring.