After crisis treatment, clients can stay for longer-term intensive treatment at People Incorporated’s Chicago Avenue program.
The amount of nitrogen applied to U.S. corn crops has increased 120 million pounds annually since 2000, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Residential addiction treatment programs that allow parents to bring their children along have been recognized for their success. But a mix of logistical challenges and low reimbursement rates mean they struggle to stay afloat.
Refugees arrive to the United States following traumatic events that turned their worlds upside down. And when resettling, mental health is often one of the last things people are thinking about.
The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will vote Tuesday on whether to recommend the latest COVID-19 vaccine booster to all.
Changing the habits of this small group could go a long way toward cutting the country’s planet-warming emissions.
Lorie Regenold, 54, admits that she still worries about what her son’s life will be like when she gets older. Making sure he has a safe place to live requires advocacy and effort, Regenold said.
The report said rural housing policy should be tailored to the needs of marginalized groups, many of whom are at greater risk of living in substandard housing.
While some people view commercial tobacco as a safe substitute for other addictive substances, it is far more harmful than many realize.
Adedeji’s own experience with deaths in her family pointed to a clear need for more understanding in the Nigerian community about mental illness and its treatments.
Despite fears of being absorbed by a massive recreational marijuana system passed this year, patients in the medical cannabis system authorized in 2012 might end up with the best of both worlds.
The average price of gold (currently used to test for lead) per gram was $57.9, while the average price of bismuth (a testing alternative) per gram was $0.0085 (less than 1 cent).
Because of Minnesota’s complex licensing requirements, these three internationally trained mental health professionals say they haven’t been able to practice at a level equal to their education and experience since moving to the state.
Yes. A nationally representative poll of U.S. adults in March 2023 showed 19% answered “yes” to a question about a family member being killed by a gun, including suicide.
At the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, a new Alzheimer’s therapeutics clinic will carefully assess potential patients over three to four days and treat only people who live within a 100-mile radius.
No. States with the highest COVID-19 death rates in the years 2020 and 2021 include Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, and California, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Fatal opioid overdoses in the city increased by 130% from 2017 to 2021.
Teens who land in emergency rooms with an opioid overdose generally receive naloxone to reverse the effects of dangerous drugs in their system and are sent home with a list of places they can go for follow-up care. But too often, those teens never seek additional help.
Excessive alcohol use is taking a heavy toll in a state that celebrates its drinking culture.
It’s been more than a year since an 1849 law came back into force to criminalize abortion in Wisconsin. Now these two OB-GYNs and a certified midwife find their medical training, skill, and acumen constrained by state politics.