The Trump administration took hesitant first steps Wednesday to allow the importation of certain drugs from Canada and other countries.
The residents and visitors that MTN News talked with say the smoke isn’t stopping them from getting out and about.
Trial health officials report seeing a large number of suicides and attempted suicides in recent months on the Fort Belknap Reservation.
Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) and Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) have announced an additional $2.5 million in funding for the CARD Clinic in Libby.
A new regulation regarding abortion services and federal funding has Montana residents on both sides of the issue speaking out.
The community round table in Helena included discussion on the rise of opioid use and how care providers have been reacting.
Early stages of heat exhaustion can usually be treated at home but if you or someone else starts to experience vomiting, it’s time for medical attention.
Mental health officials say it’s a crisis situation and the best way to address it is through a pro-active, coordinated strategy of response through multiple agencies.
Yellowstone, Flathead and Missoula counties saw the most opioid pills move through pharmacies and into patients’ hands.
Wildfires, and the associated wildfire smoke, have been increasing in western Montana and concerns about wildfire smoke go far beyond irritated eyes and scratchy throats.
The All of US medical research program was started in 2015 to gather data and advance precision medicine through research.
The University of Montana is quietly hitting a very high mark in the on-going effort to retain newly-trained physicians to work in Montana.
Medicaid expansion, approved by the Legislature in 2015 and reauthorized this year, was one of the biggest issues before the 2019 Legislature.
Major General Matt Quinn, Adjutant General of the Montana National Guard shared Montana’s efforts in preventing suicide among service members.
We answer your medical questions every Wednesday on Montana This Morning during Morning Rounds.