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The Golden State expands women's healthcare choices on campus.
The Golden State progresses towards reducing HIV/AIDS.
Becomes the second state or jurisdiction in Mexico to permit abortion for other cases besides rape.
The country's most populous state is giving women choices in healthcare.
Recent CDC data show that only 17.2 percent of 17-year-olds have received a vaccine that helps protect against meningitis B.
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As the country's birth rate stagnates or declines, so does teen birth rates.
The proposed path to universal healthcare is getting mixed views.
Public opinion indicates varied ideas on the medical procedure.
The Evergreen State is going to compete in the healthcare insurance market.
Arizona state lawmaker makes a controversial claim about a proposed public health law.
President signed the law that will take effect on New Year's Day 2019.
The Massachusetts senator wants to take on big pharma.
One less thing for college students to worry about without feeling guilty (or gross)!
If you were planning on having a side salad this Thanksgiving, think again.
CBD has been known to treat seizures for years, but now the FDA is on board, making it legal for doctors to prescribe.
Recent technology has given researchers hope of treating a significantly larger number of patients.
The Land Down Under is set to eliminate the malicious medical condition in the not too distant future.
A big step for a religious country.
They want to keep their home state healthy and well.