Malawi faces cholera outbreak

    Malawi in southern Africa is in the midst of a cholera outbreak. At least 900 people have died in the last 11 months, though the country nearly eradicated the waterborne disease a couple of years ago. Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Sellina Kainja, online editor with Nation Online, a publication in Malawi. This article was originally published on WBUR.org. Copyright 2023 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

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    Boston doctor discusses challenges of Mpox outbreak

    Federal health officials are lowering the alert level for Mpox, the virus formerly known as monkeypox that prompted a public health emergency declaration in the summer.

  • Indiana faces growing shortage of affordable housing

    INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Many in Indianapolis are still struggling amid an affordable housing shortage. The Biden administration is now taking another step toward solving the crisis nationwide. There's a growing shortage of affordable housing in Indiana. Fran Quigley, a clinical professor at the Indiana University McKinney School of Law, said, "There's a real []

  • Dear Abby: Fear of bad news is keeping me from doctor

    "I have been crying for a week now, and I’m almost to the point of canceling my appointment."

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    The US is facing a critical shortage of high tech engineers

    Watch VideoIn the heart of downtown Atlanta sits one of the nation’s fastest growing tech innovation hubs. It’s called Tech Square and over 30 major tech companies have moved in. The eight-block stretch in midtown Atlanta is the southeast’s highest density of research facilities, startups and corporate innovators.   "So Georgia Tech stands in amazing moment in time in the city of Atlanta. Atlanta is booming in terms of companies coming in and investments coming in. People from Asia are coming....

  • Letter: Quit focusing on fear and face our real threats

    The following is a letter to the editor submitted to the newspaper by a reader. It does not necessarily reflect the views of the Echo Press. To submit a letter, send it to [email protected] or Echo Press, P.O. Box 549, Alexandria, MN 56308.

  • Colorado faces nursing shortage as students enroll in new program

    A farming couple say they are the target of racial harassment online and in-person and Tuesday, with the help of the NAACP, one of them is being bailed out of jail.

  • Colorado faces nursing shortage as students enroll in new program

    The Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence reports Colorado needs 33,000 new nurses a year to fill the demand amid a nursing shortage and a retiring population

  • Mum fears daughter's killer will be able to 'rub it in her face'

    Angela Burke wants anyone convicted of causing death by dangerous driving to be given a lifetime ban

  • City of Austin faces staffing shortage as winter storm hits

    The City says while they've made a lot of progress hiring after the pandemic, their vacancy rates are still higher than normal, and they're launching their largest hiring campaign in history.

  • U.S. Military Faces Weapons Shortage after Ukraine Drain

    (Molly Bruns, Headline USA) As Congress continues to send tremendous amounts of weaponry to Ukraine, the U.S. military’s stockpile to protect our homeland is quickly emptying. A study performed by the Center for Strategic and International Studies described the remnants of our ammunition as “limited,” with America’s cache dwindling in favor of a country our […]

  • Mesotherapy for Face & Mesotherapy Face Before and After

    Mesotherapy for Face is found everywhere and becoming common nowadays. Do you know how Mesotherapy Face Before and After that you will experience? Mesotherapy is the latest technique opted for by various people these days. In this method, their use injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts. These materials help to rejuvenate and tighten […]