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Long COVID patients aim to educate doctors about their disease

Patients and patient advocates in New Hampshire will bring together experts from around the country at a symposium at Dartmouth in November.

33 people got permits for N.H.’s moose hunt

Fish and Game estimates there are between 3,000 to 4,000 moose in the state.

CVS Health pulls some cough-and-cold treatments with ingredient deemed ineffective by doctors

The drug store chain said it will remove a small number of oral decongestants that contain phenylephrine as the only active ingredient.


How hunters can help those who are hungry in N.H.

Last year, more than 2,000 pounds of meat was donated to the New Hampshire Food Bank’s “Hunt for the Hungry” program

Deaths of two divers have Cape Ann scuba community asking questions

Authorities have yet to announce how two experienced divers died on an easy test dive last week off a beach in Rockport.


N.H.’s child care system is broken. They’re trying to fix it.

Data from the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute suggests the state could be lacking as many as 8,300 day care spots statewide.

Inside the efforts to reduce drug overdose deaths in N.H.

The HIV/HCV Resource Center offers a needle exchange and help to connect people to social services, mental health services, and medication-assisted treatment programs.

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He’s focused on helping people with addiction. He knows what it’s like because he’s been there himself.

Alastair Huntley didn’t know about harm reduction when he was struggling with opioid addiction in his 20s. Now, it’s a big part of his work as an EMT and future doctor.