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B.C. Aboriginals Vote to Take Over Health Services from Feds
Aboriginals in British Columbia have taken the notion of sovereignty to another level: Faced with higher rates of health problems than mainstream Canadian society, a group of First...
Cleaning Up King Coal? Tribes Appeal Tighter Restrictions on Power Plant Emissions
Navajo Generating Station in Page, Arizona “Coal: it’s the safest energy there is.” So reads the slogan for a parody web site aimed at Peabody Energy , which operates Arizona’s coa...
Let's Move! in Indian Country Debuts at Menominee Indian Reservation
In an effort to improve the health and well being of American Indian and Alaska Native youth and decrease obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama created Let's Move!...
Inuit Stillbirth Rate Triple that of Canada’s Mainstream Population
The high stillbirth rate among Inuit people is cause for concern, though not entirely because of the numbers themselves, according to one health expert...
‘Native Life’ Provides Online Health Support Network
Mora used to be afraid of testing her blood sugar, but now tests three times a day...
Suquamish Police Officers Fired After Failing Fitness Test
A new fitness policy for the Suquamish Tribe's law enforcement officials lead to the dismissal of three police officers in April, reported the Kitsap Sun ...
Pueblo of Santa Ana Member Developing Pain-Relief Skin Patch
A medical marijuana skin patch—originally developed in the 1990s by Walter Cristobal, a member of the Pueblo of Santa Ana of New Mexico—might be available by the end of this year, ...
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar's Involvement with Autism
The Denver Post's Eric Gorski reports on Interior Secretary and former U.S. Senator Ken Salazar's three-year-and-three-month-old granddaughter Mireya...
Pima Indian Study: Low-Cal Diet Increases Life Expectancy
A new study to appear in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM), which evaluated 652 non-diabetic, healthy Pima Indian volunteers over a period of 11 to 15 y...
'Just Move It' Program Kicks Off on Navajo Nation
About 40,000 people from across the Navajo Nation and border towns are expected to participate in the "Just Move It" series this summer on all the reservation's 110 chapters and be...
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