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LINCOLN — Nebraskans would have access to a human breast milk bank, designed to assist mostly premature and ill babies, through a proposal in the Legislature. State Sen. Carol Blood of Bellevue introduced Legislative Bill 12, which would create the Nebraska Human Breast Milk Bank and authorize the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to […]

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LINCOLN — A joint collaboration between the Nebraska Hospital Association and Nebraska Rural Health Association announced a roadmap Monday aimed to improve rural health care. Jeremy Nordquist, president of the hospital association, and Jed Hansen, executive director of the rural health association, announced the “Roadmap to Strong Rural Health Care” along with three medical center CEOs from […]

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Aid workers say the Taliban's ban on women working for non-governmental organizations is already starting to hurt the massive humanitarian campaign that is keeping Afghanistan alive. The ban forced a widespread shutdown of many aid operations by organizations that said they cannot and would not work without their female staff.

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