WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the nationwide availability of tax subsidies that are crucial to the implementation o ... »
He can’t say why he chose it.
All he wanted to do was serve others. So Todd Betzer, 72 of Marion, found himself volunteering at a hos ... »
IOWA CITY — The American Heart Association announced Thursday a $3.7 million grant to fund a team of University of Iowa researchers investig ... »
By the end of this month, the Supreme Court will announce its decision in King v. Burwell, the latest high-stakes fight over the Affordable Care Ac ... »
IOWA CITY — For many caregivers, the time involved in caring for a loved one often means juggling employment with a whole new list of at-hom ... »
While the typical family caregiver is a 49-year-old woman who takes care of a relative, caregivers are becoming as diverse as the American populati ... »
IOWA CITY — Lifelong Johnson County resident Maggie Burns has had a passion for art since she was a child.
Living with bipolar disord ... »
AMES — A new study by an Iowa State University researcher shows a protein may slow memory loss and reduce brain atrophy caused by Alzheimer& ... »
Rosemary Ziskovsky, clinical director at Horizons, A Family Service Alliance, wants to eliminate the stigma that surrounds mental health.
Two of Eastern Iowa’s largest mental health agencies plan to merge to save money in preparation for the state’s switch to managed car ... »
Pete Bischoff put his blood, sweat and tears into reaching a major milestone on Monday. Well, at least his blood.
The 68-year-old Robins re ... »
Did Henry Rayhons, a 78-year-old former state legislator, have sexual intercourse with his wife after staff at her Garner nursing home told him Alz ... »
DES MOINES – Former and current employees at Iowa mental health institutes targeted for closure Wednesday refuted claims that the facilities ... »