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Surprise! You have no health coverage - 9NEWS.com

9NEWS.com

Surprise! You have no health coverage
9NEWS.com
The letter from Kaiser Permanente informed the 44-year-old software manager his health insurance plan was terminated on Dec. 31, 2014, despite a notice in 2014 that his coverage would automatically renew in 2015. "I hadn't been covered for the better ...


Health Matters to focus on Palm Springs community - The Desert Sun

The Desert Sun

Health Matters to focus on Palm Springs community
The Desert Sun
Within the tan walls of the James O. Jessie Desert Highland Unity Center on Saturday, former President Bill Clinton said that community-driven health changes are becoming increasingly important, and real wellness transformation — the kind the Clinton ...

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Technology & Your Health - WGN-TV

Technology & Your Health
WGN-TV
So, what does Dr. Clyde Yancey, Chief of Cardiology at Northwestern Medicine, and former president of the American Heart Association have in common with our own Living Healthy Chicago host Jane Monzures? At least one thing that we know of: they wear ...

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Metro Health to sell 80 percent interest to Tennessee health care giant - MLive.com

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Metro Health to sell 80 percent interest to Tennessee health care giant
MLive.com
The purchase is subject to approval by Michigan Office of the Attorney General and a certificate of need review by the Michigan Department of Community Health. The state regulatory review process could take several months, Metro Health officials said.
Tennessee company agrees to buy stake in Metro HealthWOODTV.com
Tennessee company buying interest in Metro HealthWZZM

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Anti-vaccine trend concerning - Toledo Blade

Toledo Blade

Anti-vaccine trend concerning
Toledo Blade
Toledo-Lucas County Health Commissioner David Grossman was so concerned that he had the student tested twice for the highly contagious disease. Both lab tests came back negative, Dr. Grossman said on Friday. Dr. Grossman and other health ...


Healthy Tennessee offers free health screenings - Jackson Sun

Jackson Sun

Healthy Tennessee offers free health screenings
Jackson Sun
Nonprofit organization Healthy Tennessee provided free health screenings and evaluations to hundreds of Jackson residents at a health fair Saturday at Oman Arena. Dr. Manny Sethi, an orthopedic trauma surgeon at Vanderbilt University, said he founded ...


Should You Ask Dr. Google Your Health Questions? Yes, Absolutely - PsychCentral.com (blog)

PsychCentral.com (blog)

Should You Ask Dr. Google Your Health Questions? Yes, Absolutely
PsychCentral.com (blog)
More than anyone could have imagined. People today are better-informed health consumers than at any point in human history. They know more about their health — and about how their bodies and minds work — than even the best doctor or researcher did ...


Normcore Is Over, Health Goths Just Hit the Mainstream - New York Observer

New York Observer

Normcore Is Over, Health Goths Just Hit the Mainstream
New York Observer
What exactly is a health goth? Initially created for those with a love of fitness and goth street fashion, it has evolved into something much bigger, a culture of sorts, with websites, blogs, Facebook pages, stores, and brands dedicated to keeping up a ...


Consensus building for mental-health reform this year in R.I. - The Providence Journal

The Providence Journal

Consensus building for mental-health reform this year in R.I.
The Providence Journal
Susan Jacobsen, head of Mental Health Association of Rhode Island: “The reality is this is a moment where we're seeing the biggest transformation in our system since patients moved out of the Institute of Mental Health.” ...


Questions and answers on Health Department disease plan - Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Questions and answers on Health Department disease plan
Sioux Falls Argus Leader
The South Dakota Department of Health is the process of reworking a legislative proposal that would more easily allow the state to react to the outbreak of deadly diseases, following concerns from some lawmakers about the potential for government ...

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