Posted 4:58 PM 12/3/2013 by Michelle Castillo - CBS News
Ecstasy-related emergency department visits have gone up 128 percent for people under 21 in a little over half a decade, a new report reveals.
Ecstasy -- which is also known as MDMA or Molly -- is a synthetic drug that is normally found in pill or powder form and taken orally. It is (More)
Posted 9:41 PM 12/2/2013 by MTN News - Helena
HELENA - A change in the Affordable Care Act announced last month will have no effect in Montana.
On November 14th, President Barack Obama announced that certain individual and small-group health insurance plans slated to end under Obamacare could stay on another year.
The forced (More)
Posted 9:22 PM 12/1/2013 by Judy Slate - KBZK News
For the past 25 years, the World Health Organization has recognized December 1st as World Aids Day. The Montana Department of Public Health and Human services says there are 586 people living with HIV or AIDS in Montana.
Nationwide, one in five people living with AIDS are (More)
Posted 4:18 PM 11/30/2013 by Tom Cohen - CNN
WASHINGTON - A moment of truth has arrived for President Barack Obama's signature health care reforms with Saturday's self-imposed deadline to get the problem-plagued HealthCare.gov website to work properly for most users.
With tech experts making upgrades and fixes during the overnight (More)
Posted 9:25 PM 11/29/2013 by KBZK News
BOZEMAN - A car is being raffled off in the hopes it will help fund a 'triumph' over cystic fibrosis. The 1976 Triumph Spitfire could be yours, with the purchase of a $25 raffle ticket. You can get five tickets for $100. Proceeds go to the Cody Dieruf Benefit foundation, in honor of (More)
Posted 10:57 AM 11/27/2013 by Alex Backus (firstname.lastname@example.org)
GREAT FALLS - Health officials say one in every 88 children have autism and many of those children suffer from gastrointestinal distress. This has prompted a question: can a diet change improve the disorder? Two mothers say their children are proof that it can.
The women, Kim Rice and Kim (More)
Posted 4:34 PM 11/26/2013 by MTN News
Food is an important part of many holiday celebrations. The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) offers these reminders to help ensure the holiday season is free of illness from food. "Following these basic tips will go a long way in making sure your family (More)