As COVID-19 captures the public’s attention, Maine’s battle with opioid addiction rages on.
The likely answer is yes, experts say. Maine is still in an outbreak, but a cool, wet spring could knock down the irritating insects.
The use of contract nurses and assistants in Maine has soared since 2017 as administrators scramble for solutions.
Moon Machar, who arrived in Portland as a 5-year-old a quarter-century ago, has worked tirelessly to help others adjust, and a prize-winning filmmaker noticed.
An industry survey reveals that 76% of Maine hospital employees are vaccinated, and the state will soon announce the totals of each healthcare facility.
‘Incremental’ progress: Maine’s effort to address lead poisoning was gaining momentum before COVID-19
Testing and inspections have rebounded since the start of the pandemic, but the brain-damaging disease continues to affect hundreds of Maine children a year.
Her grandson took his life. Then her daughter overdosed. “When people are crying for help, you’ve got to take them seriously,” said Rhonda McIver.
While CARES Act funding helped the state’s three biggest healthcare systems, it wasn’t enough to offset pandemic costs.
A panel calls for expanded community response and better cooperation between government, advocacy groups and schools to reduce the deaths.
Trace key events in the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Maine — and how officials are responding — using this interactive, multimedia timeline.
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