Health & Safety
Central Health approves $26 million for Sendero, but sets conditions
Shortly after rescinding its decision to shut down its nonprofit health insurance provider, Central Health's board voted Saturday to allocate $26 million for Sendero Health Plans and keep the program in operation for at least one more year. But it must ...and more »
Baker, Gonzalez split over single-payer health care
BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker and his reelection challenger, Jay Gonzalez, are both former health care executives who have spent years working to expand access to affordable treatment and reduce costs. But the two have vastly different visions for the ...and more »
Gloucester Daily Times
As health care needs rise, clinics collaborate
“The reason we keep them inactive in the sense that a lot of people on Medicaid, and even on health insurance, is that they enroll, they get accepted, but things change,” Baumgartner said, adding that excessive co-pays and deductibles can cause ...
The Morning Journal
HEALTH ALERT: Protecting yourself around flood waters
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) — With flood waters continuing to impact the Grand Strand and surrounding communities those effecting should take additional steps to protect their health around flooded areas. Officials with the South Carolina Emergency ...
Taraji P. Henson Opens Up About Seeking Mental Health Treatment
The cause is personal to Henson, whose son struggled with mental health after his father was murdered in 2003 and Henson's father died two years later. When she started looking for a psychiatrist for her son, wanting “someone that he could trust ...