On Saturday, September 4th, from 10:30 – 4 p.m., the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will present AerospaceFest, New Hampshire’s annual aerospace festival. Visitors will be able to engage in a wide variety of hands-on science and engineering activities at the festival, to enjoy the Discovery Center’s newest planetarium show, and to meet the current commander of the 23rd Space Operations Squadron and New Boston Space Force Station, Lt. Col. David Zesinger.
Racial inequity is pervasive within the American health care system, and high prescription drug costs are no exception. Nearly 30 percent of individuals taking prescription medication struggle to afford the cost, with the burden most severely impacting those who make less than $40,000 a year and have medication costs over $100. These factors disproportionately impact Hispanic and Latino individuals, who are more likely to require medications for chronic health conditions, and earn household median incomes nearly $20,000 less than non-Hispanic white counterparts, resulting in reduced ability to pay at the pharmacy counter.
Hitchiner Manufacturing Co., Inc. has announced that it, working with ReVision Energy, has installed a 510-kilowatt solar array on-site at one of its Milford, NH, manufacturing facilities
Registration is now available for in-person classes at Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications. Classes are free and open to all.
Protect Our Care & Small Business for America’s Future Release New Report As Part of Lower Rx Summer
The business development website promotes Bristol as a great place to do business and offers resources for business growth
Rep. Kuster and Health Care Advocates Join Protect Our Care on the Nationwide “Lower Costs, Better Care” Bus Tour to Demonstrate the Urgent Need to Lower Prescription Drug Costs for all Granite Staters
Rep. Peter Welch, Lieutenant Governor Gray, Health Care Advocates Join Protect Our Care on the Nationwide “Lower Costs, Better Care” Bus Tour to Demonstrate the Urgent Need to Make Prescription Drugs Affordable to All
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