March 30, 2015

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Kick Butts Day Continues Despite Challenging Weather Written by Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, Osage Nation Communications 208
Distraction and Teen Crashes: Even Worse Than We Thought Written by AAA Oklahoma Media Release 171
6,000 Hours of Free In-Home Care to Families Living with Alzheimer’s Disease Written by Media Release 255
April is Autism Awareness, Know Your Signs Written by KELLI OSTMAN, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma 535
Prevention the key to keeping measles out of Indian Country Written by Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton / Native Health News Alliance 672
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic offers tips to keep children’s teeth healthy Written by Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Media Release 800
Helmsley Trust boosts American Indian public health program Written by Associated Press 1122
Avera to manage cancer program focused on Native Americans Written by REGINA GARCIA CANO, Associated Press 1096
Tribal chairman urges Medicaid expansion Written by Associated Press 1250
State, tribal leaders seek Insure Oklahoma expansion Written by Associated Press 1448
American Heart Association Announces 2015 Go Red For Native Women Heart Health Summit Written by American Heart Association Media Release 1475
HeartLine Offers Suicide Prevention Training Written by Heartline Media Release 1706
'Caring Van' to service tribes statewide Written by Lauren Jones, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma 2713
American Indian ACA enrollees say it's not smart to count on IHS Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native Times Special Contributor 4538
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic offers tips for avoiding colds, flu Written by Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Media Relase 1986
HHS encourages consumers to sign up by Jan.15 for health coverage Written by Health & Human Services Media Release 1867
Castle Rock center offers sweat lodges for Native youth Written by SARAH GROTHJAN, The Daily News 2784
Mainstream entities test the waters of ACA in Indian Country Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native Times Special Contributor 3412
EarthTalk®: Potential consequences of overusing antibiotics Written by EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine 2132
AHA challenges tribal leaders to 'Check. Change. Control.' Written by American Heart Association Media Release 2035
Affordable Care Act recruiters step up efforts to reach Indian Country Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native Times Special Contributor 3897
Daughter takes on Zumba® to get herself, mother healthier Written by LISA SNELL, Native Times 2236
Oglala Sioux president wants health care through Sanford Written by JAMES NORD, Associated Press 1734
EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine Written by EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine 2600
OKC Indian Clinic offers tips for managing healthy New Year’s resolutions Written by Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Media Release 2419
Campaign launches to prevent violence among American Indian communities Written by Futures Without Violence Media Release 1821
Suicide Prevention Strategies among Alaska Native Youth Written by University of Massachusetts Amherst School of Public Health 4438
Northern Arapaho sue over IRS health care rule Written by Associated Press 1787
Influenza Activity Increasing in Oklahoma: First Two Deaths of the Season Reported Written by OSDH Media Release 1823
What tribal employees need to know about the ACA, exemptions, and the IRS Written by Cara Cowan Watts 2829
American Indians/Alaska Natives at Increased Risk of Developing Diabetic Eye Disease Written by CYN DAVIS, National Eye Institute 2654
Health Series: How American Indians fit into the Affordable Care Act Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native Times Special Contributor 4509
BCBSOK offering wide range of options under Affordable Care Act Written by BCBSOK Media Release 2440
Medical Grants Available for Children in Oklahoma Written by Media Release 1941
DHS to recognize Native American heritage day Written by Associated Press 2104
Mobile Vet Center visiting Okmulgee, Bristow in Nov. Written by Tulsa Vet Center 1758
4 questions to ask before renewing health coverage Written by TOM MURPHY, AP Business Writer 1588
Red Road to Wellbriety comes to Green Country, Okla. Written by Media Release 1704
Children's Hospital Foundation names endowed chairs in pediatric diabetes Written by Children’s Hospital Foundation 1872
Pawnee Nation awarded prevention grant Written by JEFF HARJO, Pawnee Nation Media Release 1889
Study examines cancer risk from 1st atom-bomb test Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 2641
Cherokee Nation Health Services holds clinics for flu vaccine Written by Cherokee Nation Media Release 1833
EarthTalk: What are parabens? Written by EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine 2238
Oklahoma gets nearly $5 million in health grants Written by Associated Press 2390
Roll Your Sleeves Up and Your Windows Down for IHCRC’s Flu Clinic Written by Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa 2000
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic to host 10th Annual Red Feather Gala to help fund pharmacy expansion Written by Publisher 2158
Claremore IHS hosting veteran enrollment fair Written by Claremore Indian Hospital Media Release 2418
Mobile Vet Center to conduct Veterans’ Outreach In Oklahoma in September 2014 Written by Department of Veterans Affairs’ Readjustment Counseling Services 1976
Touch Therapy for Children coming to Wyandotte Written by William Swain, Wyandotte Nation Media Release 2311
How American Indians can get insurance thanks to the new Health Care Law Written by Lauren Jones (Cherokee citizen), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma 3030
Muscogee (Creek) Nation WIC Program is a step ahead to meet new 2020 Federal mandates Written by CHRISTINA GOOD VOICE, MCN Media Release 2067
Odds of infant death higher in remote villagesKYLE HOPKINS, Alaska Dispatch News Written by KYLE HOPKINS, Alaska Dispatch News 1663
Added nutrients in food can be dangerous to health Written by E - The Environmental Magazine: EarthTalk® 2318
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic opens new medical building Written by Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Media Relase 3023
Okla. Health Department Offers Workshops to Become a Tai Chi Instructor Written by OSDH Media Release 2882
Detox service could end at New Mexico facility Written by Associated Press 1963
SW Okla. tribal citizens express concerns over Lawton facility, quality of care Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native Times Special Contributor 2506
Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic offers tips to get children to eat healthy Written by Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Media Release 1700
Pine Ridge IHS scrutinized Written by Brandon Ecoffey, Native Sun News 2469
Some SD Native Americans wary about health reform Written by NORA HERTEL, Associated Press 1957
Spirit of EAGLES Scholarship Announcement Written by AAIP Media Release 2089
Chickasaws, Choctaws sign clinic agreement Written by Associated Press 1194
Failure to Plan is Planning to Fail; Tips for Hurricane Season and Preparedness Written by AMERIND Risk Media Release 1565
New resource center aims to improve Indian health Written by Associated Press 1369
4 ways to evaluate alternative health coverage Written by TOM MURPHY, AP Business Writer 1434
IHS providing safe drinking water, wastewater facilities to Native American homes Written by OKC IHS media release 2227
New Indian health center opens in El Reno Written by Associated Press 1737
WIC mobile clinic launching on Standing Rock Written by JESSICA HOLDMAN, The Bismarck Tribune 1491
Winnebago hospital may lose Medicare funding Written by Associated Press 1526
As tribal health care woes mount, feds get blame Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 2192
ND health officials: American Indian nurses needed Written by KEVIN BURBACH, Associated Press 1809
Century-old Native American dress donated to UM Written by MARTIN KIDSTON, Missoulian 2156
How the U.S. Health Care Law affects American Indians Written by Lauren Jones, BCBSOK 3065
Arizona health insurance signups soar to 120,000 Written by BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press 2500
Billings area IHS head resigns Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 2178
New Survey: Oklahoma Native Americans Say Personal Health Problems Are Their Most Important Challenge Written by Craig Davis, Associate State Director 3627
Advocates vow to revive Navajo junk-food tax Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 1694
OKC Indian Clinic partners with Chickasaw Nation on pharmacy Written by Media Release 1760
Cherokee Nation centers get accolades Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 1621
The Shawl Circle- Hoktvke Yekce Train the Trainer workshop Written by Media Release 1966
How safe is your E-Cigarette and/or vapor product? Written by Sallie WIlliams, M-Power Project Specialist, Osage Nation 6559
Shape Your Future Encourages Healthy Living During National Nutrition Month Written by Shape Your Future Media Release 2488
Free Training and Visual Aids for Native Americans with Impaired Vision Written by SAMMYE RUSCO, Project NATIVE Media release 1807
What you need to know about March health deadline Written by CONNIE CASS, Associated Press 1674
Alternative therapies add to pain management tools Written by ERIC MUNGENAST, East Valley Tribune 2742
Organizers hope healthier diets reach families Written by PATTI ZARLING, Press-Gazette Media 1979
Experts: Obesity often starts before kindergarten Written by BOBBY BOZEMAN, Times Daily 2544
New billing standards to help patients with debt Written by LINDA A. JOHNSON, AP Business Writer 1601
Tribe considers putting legalized pot to vote Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 1915
Are you exempt from the Affordable Care Act because you are a citizen of a federally recognized tribe? Written by LCDR Amy Eden, Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Department of Health 4416
Half of Oklahoma Hospitals Encourage Breastfeeding by Not Giving Free Formula Bags Written by Oklahoma State Department of Health Media Release 3149
Sugar tied to fatal heart woes; soda's a culprit 
 Written by LINDSEY TANNER, AP Medical Writer 1745
Don’t let glaucoma take your sight away Written by National Eye Institute Media Release 1878
OKC pediatric clinic to open for American Indians Written by Associated Press 1787
Jack Brown Center receives three-year national accreditation Written by Cherokee Nation Media Release 1976
Leave a Legacy of Healthy Vision Written by National Institutes of Health Media Release 2779
Center explores Native healing traditions for war vets Written by Western Folklife Center Media Release 3532
Navigators help get Native Americans insurance Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 2325
Domestic Violence Can Have a Long-Lived Health Impact Written by Oklahoma State Dept. of Health Media Release 3857
Native American summit on health careers scheduled Written by Associated Press 2184
Claremore Indian Hospital’s maternity care honored Written by OSDH Media Release 2906
Claremore Indian Hospital’s maternity care honored Written by Associated Press 2892
Magazine fights child obesity 1 recipe at a time Written by MICHELE KAYAL, Associated Press 2264
Cherokee Nation Health Services implements new online pharmacy Written by JULIE HUBBARD, Cherokee Nation Media Release 2385
VA grants will expand transportation in highly rural areas Written by NITA McCLELLAN, VA Media Release 2600
Sunlight Radiation Can Seriously Damage Your Eyes Written by Sammye Rusco, Project Native 2496
The Cost of Convenience: Voice-Activated Features Pose Biggest Risk to Drivers AAA cautions drive Written by AAA media release 2344
Tribes combat youth suicide Written by LYNDA V. MAPES, The Seattle Times 3286
Emergency contraception workshops scheduled Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native Times 3628
Conference to Explore Western, Native American Healing Practices Written by Bettye Miller, Media Release 4160
Eat Well, Live Well: Free calorie counter Written by CDC News Release 3711
Indian health group, feds reach settlement Written by Associated Press 2848
Day-Ohn-Day: Race event promotes health, funds annual club powwow Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native American Times 3762
Tempting powwow food poses hazard for diabetics Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native Times 4069
Grand Chief says low vision help was 'life changing' Written by Sammye Rusco, Project Native 4183
Group pushes for junk food tax on Navajo Nation Written by Associated Press 3629
UI to develop treatment for underserved groups Written by Associated Press 3388
Tulsa IHCRC hosting family resource fair March 7 Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native American Times 2923
Despite legal obligations, majority of IHS facilities reportly offer no 'plan B' Written by ACLU News Release 3589
Reservation dental care gets $3.3M boost in SD Written by Associated Press 3420
View of organ donation shifting in Native culture Written by ALLISON JARRELL, Capital Journal 7206
Cherokee Nation raising pay for more than 200 health employees Written by Julie Hubbard, Cherokee Nation Communications and STAFF REPORTS 4228
Glaucoma on the Rise With a 58 Percent Increase by 2030 Written by National Eye Institute News Release 3251
Cherokee Nation health centers still offering flu vaccine Written by AMANDA CLINTON, Cherokee Nation Communications Office 3797
Sanford to hire 2 Native American healers Written by KRISTI EATON, Associated Press 4784
Feds ask court to throw out hospital lawsuit Written by Associated Press 3205
AAIP Teams With Four Corners Alliance For Pre-Med Workshop Written by Jason McCarty, AAIP 2751
UIHI Launches Native Generations Campaign to Protect Native Babies Written by Office of Minority Health News Release 3071
VA, IHS announce national reimbursement agreement Written by VA News Release 4204
December 2-8, 2012 is National Influenza Vaccination Week Written by CDC News Release 2582
Diabetic Eye Disease Rates Increase Among U.S. Population Written by National Eye Institute News Release 3541
AAIP Launches Anti-Obesity Media Campaign Written by Jason McCarty, AAIP News Release 3881
Native women face patchwork of policies for Plan B Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 4458
Video about diabetes among Lakota people released Written by Associated Press 4221
Juvenile alternatives to lockup showing hope in SD Written by JOHN HULT, Argus Leader 4178
Plan B still not easily available through IHS Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native Times 4607
Sanford, USD unite to study Native American health Written by Associated Press 3251
Help & Hope Available Through the Suicide Prevention Lifeline Written by Oklahoma HeartLine News Release 2484
IHS develops campaign to help address drug, alcohol abuse Written by Indian Health Service News Release 3498
VA Medical Center begins medical foster home program Written by Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center News Release 3359
Study aimed at controlling diabetes, obesity in adolescents Written by COR Clinical Research News Release 4691
Suicide Prevention Week September 9-15 Written by HeartLine News Release 2762
'Wellness court' aims at addiction Written by TOM ROBERTSON, Minnesota Public Radio 3244
USDA's SuperTracker Diet Planning and Tracking Tool Reaches One Million Registered Users Written by USDA News Release 3625
AAIP Hosts Statewide Conference Dedicated to Family Preservation Written by Jason McCarty, AAIP News Release 3332
IHS head stops in Lawton, addresses funding issues Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native American Times Special Contributor 3858
Click for Babies Project Needs Local Knitters to Help Prevent Infant Abuse Written by Oklahoma State Department of Health 3686
Reducing Infant Mortality Focus of Statewide Initiative Written by Oklahoma State Department of Health 4186
Fruit orchard planted on South Dakota reservation Written by Associated Press 2948
Documentary looks at suicide among Alaska Natives Written by MARY BETH SMETZER, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner 4218
Arizona running club boosts Native Americans' health Written by VANDANA SEBASTIAN, The Arizona Republic 4800
Sanford Health receives grant to study cervical cancer
Study focusing on American Indian women under Written by Sanford Health News Release 2711
Looking to save on prescriptions? It’s complicated Written by LINDA A. JOHNSON, AP Business Writer 4423
Tulsa Indian Health Care Resource Center having 'Teddy Bear' Clinic Written by Emily Bolusky, IHCRC News Releasew 2628
Public Health Warning Issued for West Nile Virus Written by Oklahoma State Department of Health 2960
IHS announces tribal HIV/STD training kit, guide Written by Dianne Dawson, HIS Public Affairs Staff 3267
Indian Health Board of Billings to offer HIV tests Written by Associated Press 4215
Tribal clinic discontinuing chronic care service to non-tribal citizens Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native Times Special Contributor 5185
Native American dropout rates higher in Rapid City Written by Associated Press 3892
Moapa Paiutes blame power plant for early deaths, sickness Written by CRISTINA SILVA, Associated Press 4786
Youth, Indian skin won’t protect you from melanoma Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 7253
Hyperthermia: too hot for your health Written by National Institutes of Health News Release 3400
CDC trying out free AIDS tests at drugstores Written by MIKE STOBBE, AP Medical Writer 8624
‘Let’s Move in Indian Country’ hits year mark, despite funding hurdles Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Native Times Special Contributor 3905
Choctaw tribe signs deal for new hospital Written by Associated Press 4520
AAIP Receives Grant For Careers in Health for Native Students Program Written by Jason McCarty 3511
2nd hantavirus case confirmed on Pine Ridge Written by Associated Press 3743
Website offers Native Americans diabetes forums Written by Associated Press 4588
Home for chronic inebriates opens in Fairbanks Written by JEFF RICHARDSON, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner 4677
Living a Balanced Life with Diabetes Written by National Diabetes Education Program News Release 4357
SD life expectancy grows past age 80 Written by Associated Press 4053
Olympic Legend Billy Mills, Kickapoo Chairman, to co-chair new diabetes campaign Written by . 4290
Agency uses traditional healing to tackle abuse Written by RYAN BOETEL, Farmington Daily Times 4053
Native women push for improved access to Plan B Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 5244
Struggling South Dakota hospital faces insolvency Written by CODY WINCHESTER, Argus Leader 3869
Rights set for American Indian medical care Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 3950
Foundation awards $2.88 million to improve food systems Written by First Nations Development Institute
 2669
Tribe looks to teenagers to revive bison demand Written by KRISTI EATON, Associated Press 4219
NM hospital hires its first endocrinologist Written by RYAN BOETEL, The Daily Times 3935
Healthy Marriage Project makes headway in Indian Country Written by S.E. RUCKMAN, Special to the Native Times 7952
Program aims to help Native Americans quit smoking Written by Associated Press 8916
UNMC to provide dental services for Omaha Tribe Written by Associated Press 3823
Apple juice can pose a health risk – from calories Written by MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Chief Medical Writer 4386
Duo to examine American Indian diabetes woes Written by Associated Press 3800
Choctaw Nation donates 
$1 million to Dean McGee Eye Institute Written by Choctaw Nation Release 3528
Two-Day Conference Will Focus on Curbing American Indian Obesity Rates Written by Jason McCarty, AAIP 4634
Oklahoma Agencies Offer HIV/AIDS Testing and Promote Activities for World AIDS Day, Dec. 1 Written by Okla. State Dept. of Health 5531
Mazopiya Offers Free Informational
and Cooking Classes Written by TESSA LEHTO, SMSC 3289
Don’t Lose Sight of Diabetic Eye Disease Written by National Institutes of Health 3655
Study: Oral health poor among Pine Ridge members Written by AMBER HUNT, Associated Press 3678
Indian youth center debuts public service spot Written by Associated Press 3468
Traditional gardener educates with healthy harvest Written by SUZANNE HECK, Potawatomi News 4501
Participate in the National PTA’s Healthy Lifestyles Month with TOPS Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 6122
Feds, Alaska Natives focus on suicide prevention Written by RACHEL D'ORO, Associated Press 4952
How to Spot Domestic Violence Written by Ginny Grimsley 4403
New hospital set to open in Eagle Butte Written by DIRK LAMMERS, Associated Press 7239
New Program Allows Dieters to ‘Bet’ – and Profit – On Shedding Pounds
 Written by HealthyWage Release 4934
Runner goes ‘100 miles for life’ to beat diabetes Written by TRAVIS NOLAND, Cherokee Nation 3453
Minnesota Reservation copes with hunger issues Written by JULIE SIPLE, Minnesota Public Radio 4380
Spice Up Life with Good Health, Says TOPS Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 4344
AHIMA, HHS offering free Health IT training Written by Heath & Human Services Release 5805
Shawnees Open Opiate Treatment Clinic Written by Quapaw Counseling Services News Release 4273
CDC: Severe dental decay among Native children Written by RACHEL D'ORO, Associated Press 3890
State Museum Hosts National Traveling Exhibit To Promote Healthy Living Written by Darlene Lizarraga 3668
Initiative aims to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes Written by US DEPT. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES 4289
American Indians face health obstacles in Indiana Written by Associated Press 4550
Preventing Falls in Older Persons Can Prevent Admissions to Care Facilities 
 Written by Oklahoma State Dept. of Health 3524
Creighton to study diabetes among Neb., SD tribes Written by Associated Press 2684
Free Sept. 22 Web Conference Helps Okla. Caregivers Written by National Private Duty Association 5791
TOPS Ten Tips: Cycling on the Road to Success Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 5528
North Dakota hospitals, Indian Health Service, tribes in dispute over bills Written by Associated Press 5511
Official: Lack of funding harms Indian health Written by JONATHAN J. COOPER, Associated Press 5206
Senate hearing in Mont. examines Indian suicides Written by Associated Press 5111
Free national conference to improve health in tribal communities Written by TRAVIS NOLAND, Cherokee Nation 5403
OU to study tribal cancer prevention efforts Written by Associated Press 5234
Chickasaw tribe looks to improve access to health care Written by MURRAY EVANS, Associated Press 6510
Nurses work to curb infant mortality deaths Written by PATRICK SPRINGER, The Forum 6040
Kiowa healing arts practitioner pursues natural medicine Written by JoKAY DOWELL, Oklahoma Native Times 7472
IHS Director recognizes traditional healing clinic with public health leadership award Written by DIANNE DAWSON 5738
AFHCAN telemedicine program reaches significant milestone in Alaska Written by Fiona Brosnan, ANTHC 7051
Martin hospital, Indian Health Service at odds Written by Associated Press 4664
Drug shows improved kidney function for type 2 diabetes patients Written by Jeff Carlton, UT Southwestern Medical Center 4359
Breastfeeding Initiative is Part of Let’s Move! in Indian Country Written by Dianne Dawson, IHS 7483
Choctaw Nation Health Services announces ‘Going Lean’ Written by . 8008
Keep Dad Healthy This Father’s Day Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 5939
Smart Eating to Help Lower Your Blood Pressure Written by Department of Public Health and Human Services 3556
‘Let’s Move’ initiative underway in Indian Country Written by DANA ATTOCKNIE, Native American Times 6447
Inter-Tribal Wellness Center First Ever Certified White Bison Treatment Center Written by Dyani Bingham 5918
Let’s Move! in Indian Country launched at Menominee Rez Written by USDA press release 7089
Tips to Help Dialysis Patients Stay Safe during Severe Weather Written by Fresenius Medical Care 6029
Low Impact, High Results Written by TOPS / Take Off Pounds Sensibly 4699
Keep an Eye on Your Vision Written by National Eye Institute Release 4263
Autism: Unlocking Mireya Salazar's world Written by ERIC GORSKI, The Denver Post 6024
Bradford urges Native youth to get active Written by STAFF REPORTS 11054
Ag Secretary, Quarterback Sam Bradford Urge Native American Youth to Get Active Written by USDA Release 6194
2 SD tribes part of nutrition education program Written by Associated Press 6801
Limiting carbs, not calories, reduces liver fat faster Written by UT Southwestern 6238
Hilo Medical Center launches diabetes course Written by Associated Press 5901
Chickasaw tribe gets $109,000 for nutrition program Written by Associated Press 6141
What are the warning signs of autism in children? Written by BRENT RAWLS 6458
TOPS’ Ten Overrated Restaurant Items Written by TOPS / Take Off Pounds Sensibly 5862
HHS Announces Plan to Reduce Health Disparities Written by OASH Press Office 4217
NM governor signs suicide prevention bill Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 5515
IHS director says problems being addressed Written by Associated Press 6765
Indian youth suicide crisis continues to baffle health officials Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 7800
Indian Child Suicides - Enterprise: Indian youth suicide crisis baffles Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 7181
Navajo-area health officials see rise in HIV cases Written by Associated Press 6618
TOPS Helps Decipher Food Marketing Gimmicks Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 7616
Oklahoma siblings have heart surgery in 4 years Written by SONYA COLBERG, The Oklahoman 6236
Bill aims to stem American Indian teenage suicides Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5348
NAPT release follows man’s diet struggle Written by JESSICA KINZER 9248
Getting Fit Can Be More Fun with a Partner Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 7352
Living Strong: Keeping the Passion Burning Written by Toqua Ticeahkie, Native American Times 6391
Mental health settlement trustees award $2.1M to reservations, communities Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5613
Is It Really Your Fault That You’re Fat? Written by RUSS HANDLER 7418
January 2011: Glaucoma Awareness Month Written by National Eye Institute 7425
TOPS Offers Remedies for Holiday Celebrations Without Regret Written by KIMBERLY GREENE, TOPS 6168
Study: IHS lacks accessibility to specialty care, other resources Written by LORI SHANKS, Partners.org 7145
Enjoy a healthier holiday with simple substitutions Written by UT Southwestern Medical Center 4575
Native American Diabetes Awareness Day, Nov. 30 Written by RSTDPP Media 7407
NY drops among states in anti-smoking funding Written by MICHAEL GORMLEY, Associated Press 4715
Series gives consumers skinny on food choices Written by MICHAEL HILL, Associated Press 4867
Navajos who burn coal for heat are at risk Written by ALYSA LANDRY, The Daily Times 5623
Sanford doctor focuses on American Indian health Written by PATRICK SPRINGER, The Forum 5445
Chickasaw Nation debuts electronic WIC nutrition cards Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5723
Indian Health Care Resource Center Receives Federal Grant for Healthy Tulsa Pathways Collaborative P Written by Emily Bolusky 7026
Early cancer detection saves lives Written by TRAVIS NOLAND, Cherokee Nation 5243
Farmington facility sees many repeat clients detox Written by ALYSA LANDRY, The Daily Times 5118
Clinics help urban Indians live with diabetes Written by DIRK LAMMERS, Associated Press Writer 7038
Coeur d'Alene tribe gets federal hospital funding Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5726
Energy-efficient home in Quinhagak off the ground Written by ALEX DEMARBAN, The Tundra Drums 5537
Survey says South Dakota has rising obesity rate Written by JOHN HULT, Argus Leader 6312
Secretary Sebelius,Roubideaux reaffirm shared commitment Written by Indian Health Service/Business Wire Release 4199
North America Indian AIDS Summit 2010 Written by Liberty Research Group 5520
TOPS Helps Figure Out Fiber Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 6159
Strong Warriors gather strength, change name Written by DANA ATTOCKNIE, Native American Times 8295
Longest Walk 3 needing state coordinators Written by The Longest Walk news release 5756
Missoula cancer researchers get $1.4M grant Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 4023
Montana Wyoming Tribal Cancer Summit Scheduled for Great Falls, MT Written by Montana Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council 5925
Notah Begay III Foundation opens first of its kind soccer field, community park Written by CRYSTAL ECHOHAWK, NB3 Foundation 5373
NB3 Foundation to expand programs to fight obesity among Native youth Written by WILL CHAVEZ, Native American Times Correspondent 8343
Counselor, bulldog team fight addiction Written by TRAVIS NOLAND, Cherokee Nation 5674
Sanford creates Native American health office Written by DIRK LAMMERS, Associated Press Writer 5417
Sen. Byron Dorgan: American Indians getting $1.9 million in federal funds Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 4072
Researchers receive $1 million to improve health in Native communities Written by University of California, Davis 5726
Comanches work to muscle out diabetes Written by Dana Attocknie, Native American Times 7810
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Hosts Free Diabetes Summit Written by Johnnie Brasuell, MCN Diabetes Program Manager and Shirlene Ade, Women’s Caucus Chairperson, Nationa 5823
Support key to weight loss Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 4932
Alcohol Use Rate Among American Indian or Alaska Native Adults is Well Below the National Average Written by SAMHSA 8309
Poll: Fewer opportunities seen for minority kids Written by ILEANA MORALES, Associated Press Writer 4670
The Importance of Breakfast: Mom Was Right Written by TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 3400
Wind River reservation girls learn self defense Written by KRISTY GRAY, Casper Star-Tribune 6424
Study: 10 minutes of exercise, hour-long effects Written by LAURAN NEERGAARD, AP Medical Writer 4217
CDC, IHS urge American Indian, Alaska Native parents to protect preteens with recommended vaccines Written by AED 7943
Nike, Bureau of Indian Education sign agreement Written by Associated Press 4879
Cherokee Income - NC American Indians with casino income fare better Written by TOM BREEN, 
Associated Press Writer 9482
Blood sugar test goes bad at New Mexico event Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, 
Associated Press Writer 5633
Study: Health risks in urban Native women Written by RACHEL D'ORO, 
Associated Press Writer 4579
Ad campaign targets meth use in Indian Country Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, 
Associated Press Writer 6763
Weight-Wise Cooking Tips: Simple Swaps & Strategies That Slim Written by Susan Burke March, MS, RD, LD/N, CDE
 5638
Tribal members try to break bad eating habits Written by TOM ROBERTSON, Minnesota Public Radio 9703
Mescalero schools get suicide prevention funds Written by Associated Press 5206
Utah tribal groups get money for medical outreach Written by Associated Press 5493
Funding announced for children's health care Written by Health and Human Services 4251
Native care blends modern doctoring, medicine men Written by FELICIA FONSECA and HEATHER CLARK, 
Associated Press Writers 5408
Surprisingly Unhealthy Foods: What to Choose Instead Written by Susan Burke March, MS, RD, LD/N, CDE 12745
Keel applauds Congress for improvements to IHS Written by National Congress of American Indians release 5001
2 ND tribes get diabetes grants Written by Associated Press 5728
Office of Minority Health seeks input Written by Publisher 5151
Survey indicates real impact of diabetes-based education Written by STEPHINE POSTON 6501
Tribal official urges improved health services Written by CHET BROKAW
, Associated Press Writer 5605
Sebelius urges American Indians, Alaska Natives to get flu vaccination for H1N1 Written by Lynette Willie, HHS Communications Director
 7309
Yuma teacher’s ‘heart’ in running off diabetes Written by WILLIAM ROLLER
, The Sun 6357
Native Americans stalked more than other ethnic groups Written by Ann N. Dapice, PhD 11999
For Whiteclay, Neb., problems, some push for detox Written by NATE JENKINS, 
Associated Press Writer 7047
$10 million in grants to be awarded for Native children's health care Written by BUSINESS WIRE 6249
Diabetes prevention is the best remedy, TOPS medical expert says Written by TOPS 5612
Wellbriety program wins purpose prize Written by W. Lee Morrow 8734
Ore. mental health agency uses Native American way Written by SU-JIN YIM
, The Oregonian 10306
Society provides resources for diabetic foot care Written by American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society 7222
IHS Director discusses health care issues with senator Written by SEN. JOHNSON'S OFFICE 6149
Former FSU football star inspires Indian health plan Written by KEN THOMAS, ASSOCIATED PRESS 6615
Healing the Sacred Child workshop scheduled Written by LYNETTE TWO BULLS 8265
Mother talks about baby’s death Statistics say SIDS deaths are higher among Native Americans Written by ROCHELLE HINES, Associated Press 9672
Native American Groups Unite to Discuss Food Security for the 21st Century and Beyond Written by . 12184

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