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HEALTH

LEBANON — Twin State health care providers are among the growing number of people across the country who are examining their roles in perpetuating...

Therapy moves to video chat

6/14/20

Second of two parts.WEST LEBANON — As COVID-19 has added stress and anxiety to people’s lives in recent months, access to mental health services...

We have personal protective equipment — PPE — for physical protection from the coronavirus. What about mental protection? The word is out: The...

LEBANON — As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, killing nearly 115,000 Americans, it also has sent shockwaves that have destabilized the economy...

CLAREMONT — Elm Wood Center, a nursing home on Route 120 in Claremont, has reported five cases of COVID-19, one in a resident and four in employees...

CLAREMONT — Planned Parenthood of Northern New England is now offering the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone at two of its New Hampshire...

WOODSVILLE — Rite Aid is set to begin offering free COVID-19 testing at its Woodsville location on Thursday, according to a company news release...

CANAAN — At certain convenience stores in the Mascoma Valley this month, $1 for every Bud Light case sold and $2 for every Bud Light Seltzer case...

LEBANON — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health received nearly $89 million in CARES Act funding from Washington and tapped tens of millions of dollars in...

While Bob and Kathy Eddy were laid up with COVID-19 in late March, friends and neighbors “came out of the woodwork” to help them.One neighbor, with...

WEST LEBANON — As the pandemic hit the Upper Valley in early March, Ann Perbohner hunkered down at home.Early on, she said, she focused on sorting...

LEBANON — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health took out a $125 million bank loan earlier this month to increase its access to cash as the COVID-19 crisis...

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