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No deal: CHI Health goes 'out-of-network' for BCBS Nebraska members - KETV Omaha

No deal: CHI Health goes 'out-of-network' for BCBS Nebraska members
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Some, such as Susan Odom, find themselves in the middle of health care confusion. Odom is pregnant and has been with the same Ob/Gyn for five years. Her current coverage under Blue Cross California requires she either pay out of pocket or go elsewhere.
No talks set as CHI Health-Blue Cross pact expiresBelleville News Democrat
Contract Between CHI Health, BCBS Expires1011now
No talks set as CHI Health-Blue Cross pact expires - News and Weather For The ...KWQC 6

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Increasingly, High-Deductible Health Plans Weigh Down Employees - New York Times

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Increasingly, High-Deductible Health Plans Weigh Down Employees
New York Times
Ms. Maina, an associate in a health and human services consulting agency, said her employer added the high-deductible plan earlier this year; though her monthly premiums are only $34, these plans require employees to pay for a greater share of their ...


Family Worries About Detained Missionary's Health - ABC News

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Family Worries About Detained Missionary's Health
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The sister of an American missionary held for nearly two years in North Korea said Monday that she is worried about the health and well-being of Kenneth Bae, who's isolated in a labor camp and suffers from severe back pain. In a statement released ...
Americans detained in North Korea call for US help; Bae says health deterioratingFox News
Kenneth Bae's sister: CNN interview shows his health deteriorating quicklyThe Seattle Times (blog)
Kenneth Bae's family worried about his healthOmaha World-Herald

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The Health Claims Of E-Cigarettes Are Going Up In Smoke - Forbes

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The Health Claims Of E-Cigarettes Are Going Up In Smoke
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The sales pitch of electronic cigarette manufacturers seemed too good to be true. Could nicotine addicts around the world really get their fix whilst dodging the health risks of puffing away on cancer sticks? Sadly for smokers and “vapers”, the answer ...

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Weight-loss program rewires brain to crave healthy food, scans show - Today.com

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Weight-loss program rewires brain to crave healthy food, scans show
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But a new study shows it may be possible to eliminate junk food cravings after six months of healthy eating. “Most of America has problems controlling their food,” says Susan Roberts, senior scientist at the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on ...
Train your brain to crave healthy foodLocal 10

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New health care model tested in Burlington - BurlingtonFreePress.com

New health care model tested in Burlington
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That's unusual enough, but even more so is that this clinic has an educational side as well: the seven primary care-givers are all faculty members at the University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Appletree Bay Primary Care opened Aug.


Letter: Health Alliance makes a difference for children - Wausau Daily Herald

Letter: Health Alliance makes a difference for children
Wausau Daily Herald
EDITOR: During 2014, Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin is celebrating its 20-year anniversary as Wisconsin's voice for children's health. In 20 years, the Alliance has developed more than 1,000 partnerships throughout the state and is making a ...

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Maine health centers get $730K through health law - WCSH-TV

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Maine health centers get $730K through health law
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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) -- Three health centers in Maine are getting more than $730,000 in funding through the Affordable Care Act. The US Department of Health and Human Services said that the money will fund patient-centered medical homes.
Where candidates for governor stand on health careNews & Observer

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Ebola health workers should get danger money, expert says - Reuters

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Ebola health workers should get danger money, expert says
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DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Doctors and nurses fighting the world's biggest outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa should get incentives including better pay, insurance and access to the new Ebola drug ZMapp, an international health expert ...
Ebola Takes Big Toll On Already Poor Health CareNews One

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Orange County Christian Preschool Shuttered After Several Health, Safety ... - NBC Southern California

Orange County Christian Preschool Shuttered After Several Health, Safety ...
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A Christian preschool was unexpectedly shuttered this weekend after racking up a slew of safety and health violations in Orange County. Crescent Avenue Preschool in Buena Park has received nearly 40 citations from the Department of Social Services ...
Health, safety violations prompt shutdown of Buena Park preschoolOCRegister

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