A UNMC therapist says a child’s age and maturity level should guide conversations with them about last week’s school shooting.
Researchers at UNMC will study the genetic risk for nicotine dependence thanks to a $40,000 grant.
About 300 Douglas County residents will have to find a new Medicare plan next year.
A new study by UNMC’s Center for Health Policy found that 11 Nebraska counties have no primary care physician.
Hospice is a philosophy of care aimed at providing a network of support for people with a life threatening or terminal disease.
With the election past, UNMC is looking toward what impact the results will have on health care reform.
The Douglas County Health Department wants 11,000 people to have access to smoke-free housing by the fall of 2014.
A new report shows Nebraska is making some progress when it comes to lowering the rate of babies born prematurely.
The Douglas County Health Department is encouraging everyone to get a flu shot.
Childhood and adult immunizations are the focus of tomorrow’s Omaha Science Café.
Dr. Ally Dering-Anderson, Clinical Assistant Professor at the UNMC College of Pharmacy, is the guest speaker.
She’ll discuss types of diseases people are immunized against and the benefits of adult and child immunizations.
Dr. Dering-Anderson says she’ll also talk about the changes in mortality rates as a result of vaccines.