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By CLIFTON ADCOCK The chief must sign the resolution to make it happen. TAHLEQUAH -- The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council has passed a resolution to establish three new medical clinics and a dental clinic in northeastern Oklahoma.
By CLIFTON ADCOCK The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council voted Thursday evening to ratify an agreement with Indian Health Services to assume control of the W.W. Hastings Indian Hospital in Tahlequah.
By Jerry Reynolds, Indian Country Today, Oneida, N.Y. Aug. 6--WASHINGTON -- The view of food is changing. Throughout America and the world, as epidemics of diabetes and other often lifestyle-based diseases chart their destructive courses, the notion grows that food can be seen as medicine.
LGS, a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, engaged in serving the US government community, and its business partner Trans-Tel Central, have announced that the Indian Health Service has selected Alcatel-Lucent's communications solutions for a number of communications upgrade projects.
LGS, a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE:ALU) dedicated to serving the U.S.
By DIANA GRAETTINGER; OF THE NEWS STAFF PETER DANA POINT - Gov. John E. Baldacci joined tribal, state and federal officials on Tuesday for a smudging ceremony and celebration of the completion of the nearly $8 million Peter Dana Point Wastewater Treatment upgrade.
The contamination of tomatoes with a rare strain of salmonella has led to the largest outbreak of food-borne illnesses since E. coli in spinach killed five and sickened hundreds almost two years ago. But it could have been a lot worse.
Dr. Dale Alverson believes that rural patients of the future will be connected to their physicians through a computerized system of telemedicine.
By Burnett, Kristin This essay looks at the evolution of institutional structures of western health care in First Nations communities in southern Alberta from 1880 to 1930.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.