Tag: american indians and alaska natives
The American Health Care Act would still wipe out Medicaid as we know it, which represents 13 percent of the Indian Health Service budget (or $808 million).
While levels of obesity and Type II diabetes are generally leveling off in the adult American Indian population, the numbers continue to be staggering.
This week the Congress and President Donald Trump will once again try for wins to fund the government, repeal the Affordable Care Act, and more.
Tribal colleges and universities (TCU) are trying to make sure their unique needs receive attention and make progress under Donald Trump’s administration.
On Good Friday, the struggle to uphold treaty rights and protect natural resources, vital to the future of Federally recognized American Indians continues.
Tanya H. Lee
Robert A. Williams, Lumbee, has been nominated by former students to receive the Lawrence R. Baca Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Federal Indian Law.
Sault Tribe offers baby boxes to expectant tribal parents in effort to reduce sleep-related threats such as sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Tanya H. Lee
Efforts to improve the educational opportunities and outcomes for minorities in the U.S. have been fitful and slow, here are 9 reasons to be hopeful about Native education,
Indigenous hair has always been resilient and awe-inspiring, but how do Natives manage the luster? Here are some natural aspects used for healthy hair.
The Republican repeal and replace of the Affordable Care Act failed Friday, so what does that mean for Indian health going forward?
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