While radon is commonly known as a hazardous gas removed from basements, people in pain travel to Montana and pay to breathe, drink and bathe in its radioactive particles.
The COVID-19 comeback across the U.S. is putting pressure on hospitals at a time when some of them are busy just trying to catch up on surgeries and other procedures that were put on hold during the pandemic.
The proposal aims to help people secure housing, connect those leaving prison with community-based treatment and increase access to inpatient treatment centers.
In the fourth season of “In Treatment,” Emmy winner Uzo Aduba takes over as the series’ therapist. This time, however, the doctor is also dealing with the global pandemic and social and cultural shifts.
Shodair Children's Hospital in Helena officially launched a capital campaign for its $66 million expansion project during a public event Tuesday afternoon.
Over the weekend, the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Wyoming surpassed 40 for the first time since Valentine's Day.
CDC Recommends Continued Mask-Use in Kindergarten Through Grade 12 Schools. On Saturday, the C.D.C. announced that schools in the United State…
Ironworkers building a new patient tower at Billings Clinic post a sign honoring nurses during Nurses Week.
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Before wrapping up its 67th session Thursday afternoon, the Montana Legislature passed a controversial vaccine bill after approving changes to give medical and long-term care facilities more leeway to navigate new restrictions.
Twenty-seven Wyomingites are currently hospitalized with COVID-19, the most since March 1.
India's government announced it has 10 million doses of vaccines in storage and will distribute some in the coming days. That comes as the cou…
'Grease' star Olivia Newton-John is mourning the loss of her cancer nurse Emma Cohen, and paid tribute to the "energetic and powerful woman".
Tulsa's historical inequities between north and south neighborhoods include provider access and health outcomes. The past 20 years have focused on improving a life expectancy gap, but it is stubbornly stuck at a decade less of life for those in north Tulsa.