Cardiologists at Bryan Health are the first in Nebraska to implant a new type of heart stent on patients. This stent, called "absorb," dissolves after a three year period and aims to help patients long-term.
According to the CDC the State of Nebraska has one of the lowest numbers of opioid overdose deaths in country. However Lincoln's Community Health Endowment says the rate of opioid deaths in our state has doubled in the last 15 years.
Nebraskan's signing up for individual health insurance have until January 1st, 2017 to enroll. For more information on open enrollment and how you can sign up go to Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties.
For some people in kidney failure, dialysis is the only option to keep them alive. Greg Trook thought he'd have five years before needing dialysis, instead he says a check up over a year ago showed he needed to start dialysis in a month or he'd be dead.
Amy Schmitt is battling breast cancer for the second time. Along with chemotherapy and radiation, she's also using physical therapy to gain her health back. She shares her story to let others know they're not alone.
A sampling of policies by the Nebraska Insurance Department shows that about 82,000 Nebraskans will pay more than expected for individual health insurance next year because Blue Cross won't offer policies on the Affordable Care Act's federal exchange.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are mounting pressure on EpiPen maker, Mylan pharmaceutical, calling for an explanation for the 400 percent price hike on this popular medicine used to treat allergic reactions.
Day two of Governor Rick Scott’s (R-FL) trip in Washington, D.C., filled with meetings and trying to convince folks on Capitol Hill to pass Zika funding immediately. The Governor met with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and many of his colleagues from Florida.
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