Aaron Wernham

Nurses administer a nasal swab to test people for the COVID-19 illness at a surveillance testing event in Crow Agency May 27, 2020.
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Last weekend, Montana saw its biggest spike yet in COVID-19 cases. YPR reports how the disease is impacting Native Americans across the state.

The ophthalmoscope (left) and stethoscope (right) are some of the tools a physican uses when checking a patient's health.
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Montana healthcare professionals met this week to discuss how to support a person’s physical and mental health in the midst of reduced services.

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  Montana received almost $4 million in federal funds for addiction recovery and treatment this week.

More than 70,000 Montanans would lose health coverage under the health care bill being considered by Congress, and the state would lose $4.8 billion in federal funding.