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Concord biotech firm takes home record $200k top TechOut prize
Kantum Diagnostics, a biotech company based in Concord, was the winner Wednesday night of a record $200,000 top prize in the NH High Tech Council's annual TechOut competition.
Date: Nov 18, 2017

NH has 2nd fewest unwanted teen pregnancies
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - The future of the coyotes that roam forests, cities and suburbs from Newfoundland to Virginia could hinge on the animals becoming the 'wolves' of the East Coast. And humans better get used to them.
Date: Nov 18, 2017

Chester man ran up $1M in out-of-state drug rehab bills before ODing in Florida
The family of one local man, struggling with an addiction to heroin, says he visited 22 drug rehabilitation programs over five years and tallied more than $1 million in insurance claims before he overdosed and died in Florida last year.
Date: Nov 16, 2017

Dartmouth to participate in Hour of Power Relay
HANOVER, N.H. - The Dartmouth men's and women's swimming and diving teams will join thousands of collegiate and club swimmers from all over the world for the 12th annual Ted Mullin "Leave it in the Pool" Hour of Power Relay for Sarcoma Research.
Date: Nov 14, 2017

States roll back Medicaid retroactive handout where taxpayer picks up tab for old medical bills
If you're poor, uninsured and fall seriously ill, in most states if you qualify for Medicaid - but weren't enrolled at the time - the program will pay your medical bills going back three months. It protects hospitals, too, from having to absorb the...
Date: Nov 14, 2017

New Hampshire has more breast cancer per capita than any state in the nation

New Hampshire has more breast cancer per capita than any state in the nation
Second, was New Hampshire, which had 140.4 cases per 100k people, with an average number of cases per year coming in at 1,183.
Date: Nov 14, 2017

Feds cut opioid production by 20%  under political pressure, but was it at expense of people in pain?

Feds cut opioid production by 20% under political pressure, but was it at expense of people in pain?
'How can the government ensure that these quotas will not adversely affect pain patients?' asked Brian Teer, whose wife has suffered from chronic pain for nearly 20 years.
Date: Nov 14, 2017

Dean Kamen talks with IndustryWeek about full-scale production of human organs

Dean Kamen talks with IndustryWeek about full-scale production of human organs
Dean Kamen talked to IndustryWeek to explain how his vision for bringing regenerative medicine to full-scale production led him to find the necessary resources and leadership that culminated in the creation of Advanced Manufacturing Regenerative...
Date: Nov 14, 2017

What's a 'ZAP Male' mosquito? An EPA-approved bio weapon
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved the limited use of lab-treated mosquitoes to reduce the population of other mosquitoes that spread deadly disease.
Date: Nov 12, 2017

UNH survey reveals gaps in supporting employees with disabilities
The survey conducted by the University of New Hampshire Institute on Disability for the Kessler Foundation is believed to be the first looking at the viewpoint of supervisors who oversee people with and without disabilities in the workplace.
Date: Nov 09, 2017

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