Byline: By ALLI FAM

Another $29.7 million in federal money is heading to New Hampshire’s child care system, on top of more than $100 million already allocated since...

When the federal government decided this month to extend the federal public health emergency into the summer, Cheryl Mosley, patient services...

New Hampshire is receiving $338,000 in federal American Rescue Plan Act funding to supplement its mental health hotline.The funding comes ahead of...

Federal funding for a program that reimburses health providers for COVID testing, treatment and vaccines for people without insurance has run out...

Over the past month, New Hampshire’s state-managed COVID vaccination sites, testing centers, and some mobile vaccine teams have been decommissioned...

A small group of deaf and hard of hearing Granite Staters participated in an hour-long listening session this week to offer feedback on the rollout...

Next week, residential mental health programs in Northwood and Manchester will reopen, after staffing shortages left them unable to keep running...

Lisa Akey doesn’t say the potential names of her twins. The 38-year-old Brookline mother of one calls them Twin A and Twin B.“We’re going to have...

From churches to state parks, over 1,600 New Hampshire COVID-19 vaccine “equity clinics” have tried to take the vaccine out of traditional medical...

When Melissa Bernardin of Concord applied for Medicaid coverage for the first time during the COVID-19 pandemic, she said the application process...

Noah Clay, 24, has worked as a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at Cheshire Medical Center in Keene for fewer than two years. It hasn’t been what...

New Hampshire health officials are telling health care facilities to prioritize effective treatments for the omicron variant of COVID-19. But some...

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