From skunks in dresser drawers to raccoons living in a wood stove, each animal comes with a different problem, and each problem requires a different solution
Starting Tuesday, patients suffering from critical head trauma or serious neurological conditions will be able to get specialized treatment at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s new unit. The hospital is opening a Neurocritical Care Unit, which will implement technology and specialized care to treat injuries and diseases that affect the brain. The unit staff will be able to monitor brain activity 24 hours a day.
Posted: July 13th, 2019 | Permalink
Sports betting is now legal in New Hampshire, and state officials expect it will bring in $10 million for education funding in its first full year. Flanked by beaming lawmakers and lottery officials, Gov. Chris Sununu signed House Bill 480 into law Friday. And he said he wants to place the first bet when the system is up and running.
New Hampshire became the latest state to legalize sports gambling on Friday, and Gov. Chris Sununu said he’s eager to place the first bet. The Republican signed into law a measure that legalizes betting on professional sports and most Division I college sports, excluding games involving New Hampshire schools.
On Wednesday, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center unveiled a new addition to their Live Well/Work Well offerings. The new "Fit Trail" boasts many different features including exercise equipment and guided stretching. Dartmouth-Hitchcock's CEO Dr. Joanne Conroy, who spoke at the trail's opening ceremony, said that organizers worked for eight years to make the trail happen.