The first FDA-authorized cigarettes with 95% less nicotine than traditional smokes are coming to California, Florida, and Texas in early July, after a year of test-marketing in Illinois and Colorado.
From Other Nonprofit Media showcases select work from other nonprofit news sites around the nation.
For small businesses, Target collaborations represented not only a major accomplishment, but a huge financial win. But what happens when they’re removed from shelves?
Organizing for racial justice in a rural community looks a lot different from in a city. We spoke with Seraphia Gravelle (Aguallo), founder of a Minnesota-based social justice organization, about the lessons she’s learned organizing in rural parts of the state.
Alito did not report the 2008 fishing trip on his annual financial disclosures. By failing to disclose the private jet flight Singer provided, Alito appears to have violated a federal law that requires justices to disclose most gifts, according to ethics law experts.
Doctors and their patients are facing the unimaginable: They are being forced into grim contemplation of untested rationing plans for breast, cervical, bladder, ovarian, lung, testicular, and other cancers.
Securing a load is a life skill worth practicing before you get the test.
Many mental health organizations and companies are struggling to provide services and care in response to a sharp escalation in demand, and some are turning to chatbots and AI, even though clinicians are still trying to figure out how to effectively deploy them, and for what conditions.
Rural parts of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota had bigger gains in population last year than the rest of rural America.
In a Thursday Senate hearing, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy calls youth mental health crisis the ‘defining public health issue of our time.’
A study finds significantly higher college going rates for students who cultivated mentors in high school.
According to a recent University of Minnesota study, nearly half of rural transgender adults say they don’t get support from their families. It’s a reality that endangers their health.
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has earmarked $4 million to support the digitization of records from the United States’ system of 408 federal Indian boarding schools.
Data breach unmasks locations of gunshot detection sensors on rooftops of schools that predominantly serve Black youth
Traffic on the Mississippi River is only increasing, but the locks and dams have aged far past their life expectancy.
Federal agriculture funding is a vital resource, but immigrant producers face language and cultural obstacles to benefiting from it.
The provider shortage is real, but teens can be empowered to step up for each other.
Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, a member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe, said that more attention to the issue was sparked when Native women won election to decision-making roles.
Although decades ago the THC content of weed was commonly less than 1.5%, some products on the market today are more than 90% THC.