The group studied Medicaid expansion strategies from the 36 other states that have already expanded to determine the best version for Kansas.
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Those looking to get fit and healthy bodies might have to load up on potassium-rich vegetables and fruits, as new research suggests that increased intake of potassium is linked to weight loss.
Kids with heart disease? 25 Percent of children and adolescents in America have clinically high cholesterol levels
Understanding the heart health of kids in America
Diabetes mellitus is one of the most challenging health problems in the world today.
Increase your longevity with vitamin D
Consumers might make healthier choices if food labels showed how many minutes of walking or running was needed to burn off calories, instead of just a calorie number, a new study suggests.
Obese adults who diet to lose weight may be able to protect against bone thinning with resistance exercise, a recent study suggests.
UNLV Medicine clinic offers vital resources to families learning to manage a surprisingly prevalent condition.
When you eat is just as important as what you eat
Walk your way to better health: Regular physical activity linked to lower risk of cirrhosis-related death
Get physical for a better liver
Eating Indian gooseberries (Phyllanthus emblica) brings many health benefits to metabolism.
Lung moss (Lobaria pulmonaria) contains plant-based compounds with antibiotic and anti-fungal properties.
The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO) is teaming up with more than 60 law enforcement agencies across the state to make sure everyone has a safe holiday.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has joined a bipartisan coalition of all 56 state and territory attorneys general in calling on the U.S. Congress to permanently classify fentanyl-related substances as Schedule I drugs.
Attorney General Mike Hunter today sent a letter to Congress, asking members to take quick action on legislation that would permanently classify illicitly manufactured fentanyl and related substances as Schedule I drugs.
Coffee and heart health: Study finds that excessive coffee drinking has no negative effect on the heart
Does coffee harm or protect the heart?
Homeopathic treatments for asthma
You’ve childproofed your home, switched to organic food and personal care products, and generally do all you can to ensure your little ones are safe from harm
Superfoods offer many health benefits, from strengthening your immunity to boosting your nutrient intake.
Just when you think you’re doing it right, you find out you’re wrong, again
Sleep is a matter of the heart
Although most summer camps welcome kids with food allergies, they often don’t require individualized emergency plans from these campers, a U.S. study suggests.
Cold, winter days can often lead to thoughts of curling up under a blanket, kicking back on the couch, and putting on your favorite holiday shows.
Pelvic floor exercises for sexual dysfunction
Functional foods contain bioactive compounds that can help fight diseases.
Sprouts are the young, thin plants that grow from germinated seeds.
Osteoporosis (Greek for “porous bones”) is a disease that reduces the density and quality of your bones.
The anti-obesity properties of quercetin
Turmeric is an Indian spice used to give curry it’s distinct golden color.
Fennel flower, a natural anthelmintic against schistosomiasis
Folate, often referred to as folic acid or vitamin B9, is an essential nutrient found in many green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits.
Wild yam joins the roster of heart-healthy foods
The Southern Nevada Health District has confirmed a fifth case of lung injury associated with the use of e-cigarettes in a Clark County resident.
Depression and eating habits
Cayenne pepper’s health benefits
New research published in the journal Annals of Rheumatic Diseases has identified an interesting link between lupus and imbalanced gut bacteria
When it comes to marijuana testing labs in Nevada, results may vary — wildly — according to an analysis of state data conducted by a Washington-based scientist.
Lemons and limes offer similar nutritional benefits.
It’s a common sight among households in the U.S. to see both parents and their children caught up in their phones, tablets and computers
Get more lutein for better brain health
How can you make bread keto-friendly?
Agriculture producers have faced significant challenges in recent years, including market uncertainties, natural disasters, ongoing trade wars and other setbacks.
Long considered one of the best superfoods on the planet, blueberries have been found to have another ability up its antioxidant-rich sleeve: the ability to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Lifestyle choices that can help you beat stress
You don’t need to walk 10,000 steps every day
Getting bitten by a snake is a scary event.
“Life’s Simple 7” – predictors of heart health
Good health comes in small packages
One way to reduce your risk of cancer is through your diet.
A far cry from man’s best friend
Going out for a fun night with friends often come with one too many drinks.