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HARRISBURG, Pa., May 7, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel today announced what he called "exciting" statistics on recidivism in the state corrections system
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand led an April 14, 2015 press conference emphasizing the importance of extending the Zadroga Act, which provides health care and financial compensation to responders and
The benefits of the Zadroga Act are set to expire in October 2016, unless Congress renews the Act.
A founder of United We Stand, a group dedicated to protecting the rights of 9/11 Hispanic workers, advocates for reauthorization of the Zadroga Act, which provides medical treatment, monitoring
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports increased incidents of drivers on the road who are under the influence of prescription drugs or marijuana.
HealthForumOnline (HFO) adds a new online continuing education (CE) course, Evaluating Homicide Risk and Promoting Firearm Safety for Patients, to their library for mental health professionals
The 9/11 fund has approved payments of $804 million to 3,100 claimants who suffered adverse health effects as a result of the 2001 attacks.
Custom security booth installations help protect our nation's top secret government facilities.
A New York, NY Board Certified physician specializing in Dermatology, Dr. Carin H. Gribetz, is a Castle Connolly Top Doctor for 2014. NEW YORK, Nov.
Nationwide survey illuminates public's perspective on delay SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct.
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