The most important issue for many U.S. voters in this month’s midterm elections wasn’t the economy. It wasn’t immigration. And it wasn’t even Donald Trump. According to exit polls, the number one concern for voters was health care. That’s in large part because even with government subsidized programs, millions of Americans can’t afford basic medical and dental care. VOA’s Bill Gallo reports from a free clinic in Charleston, West Virginia.
Most healthy children between the ages of four and 10 grow about five centimeters (two inches) a year. So, one family knew something was wrong when their son fit into the same clothes, season after season. VOA's Carol Pearson reports doctors were able to get him growing once again after testing for a growth hormone.