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'The most rewarding thing I've done in dentistry': Iowa Mission of Mercy sees 900 patients

SIOUX CITY -- For someone with missing or damaged front teeth, job interviews and socializing can be a challenge -- and if you're unable to find work and dental insurance, the problem might become int... read more

Healthcare reform and political realities

Our role as the opposition was critical for most of the last eight years ... We are well on the way to winning a key battle on the healthcare front. I've been deeply immersed in it: on Thursday alone, ... read more

Bishop suspends Zion pastors

Ullestad of the Northeastern Iowa Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ... Pastors holding dual memberships — in this case, to both the ELCA and Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Ch... read more

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Judges at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism said the paper provided "phenomenal" coverage in "the most trying of conditions -- one ... from Lohrville, Iowa, which fears that it wou... read more


Assessing a "Public Option" for Health Care

Potter said: “The industry has always tried to make Americans think that government-run systems are the worst thing that could possibly happen ... insurance industry’s pursuit of profit has hurt patie... read more

Patient Care

Dr. Nayak's research concludes that "creating accessible, readable, and automatic multimedia reports should be a high priority to enhance the practice and satisfaction of referring physicians, improve ... read more

Report: Mercy, UnityPoint keep local economy healthy

The Iowa Hospital ... president and CEO of Mercy Medical Center. "For over 125 years, Mercy has been a part of this community and has maintained a strong, mission-driven approach to caring for our pat... read more

Single-Payer: Is Nationalized Health Coverage the Way to Go?

This week, the JOURNAL examined the political and logistical feasibility of single-payer universal health insurance, which has broad public support but has been conspicuously absent from the health ca... read more



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