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Puerto Ricans Brace for Crisis in Health Care - New York Times

New York Times

Puerto Ricans Brace for Crisis in Health Care
New York Times
MAYAGÜEZ, P.R. — The first visible sign that the health care system in Puerto Rico was seriously in trouble was when a steady stream of doctors — more than 3,000 in five years — began to leave the island for more lucrative, less stressful jobs on ...
Meet The California Family That Has Made Health Policy Its BusinessNPR
Medicare and Medicaid at 50: Time to Check Fiscal HealthBarron's
D.C. Week: Health Spending to Rise Nearly 6%MedPage Today
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Health officials to hold town hall meeting to discuss Legionnaire's Disease ... - WABC-TV

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Health officials to hold town hall meeting to discuss Legionnaire's Disease ...
WABC-TV
"We can never know for sure what the future holds and we are working very aggressively to make sure people at risk - people in senior centers, people at homeless shelters, people with other medical problems - get the message to pay attention to their ...
NYC health official expects more Legionnaires' disease casesCBS News
Legionnaires' disease outbreak claims 4th life in New YorkFox News

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Bigger May Be Better for Health Insurers, but Doubts Remain for Consumers - New York Times

New York Times

Bigger May Be Better for Health Insurers, but Doubts Remain for Consumers
New York Times
Along with the already enormous UnitedHealth Group, these companies would control nearly half of the American commercial health insurance market, according to Decision Resources Group. Each would have tens of millions of people enrolled in their plans ...

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Is Donald Trump still 'for single-payer' health care? - PolitiFact

PolitiFact

Is Donald Trump still 'for single-payer' health care?
PolitiFact
For all his success firing up the GOP base, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump may be a Republican in name only when it comes to health care, says former Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Perry -- at 11th place in the polls and currently just shy of ...

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Lawmaker criticizes health department over raw milk - Knoxville News Sentinel

Knoxville News Sentinel

Lawmaker criticizes health department over raw milk
Knoxville News Sentinel
NASHVILLE — A state legislator who pushed legalization of “cow share” raw milk marketing in Tennessee contends the state Department of Health has gone overboard in continued warnings to consumers that nonpasteurized milk can be dangerous.


Health First, Parrish officials square off on Brevard contract - Florida Today

Florida Today

Health First, Parrish officials square off on Brevard contract
Florida Today
The head of Parrish Medical Center has sent a letter to Brevard County commissioners, raising concerns about whether a unit of Health First should continue to be one of the health care plan administrators for county employees and their families in 2016.

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Dr. Donald L. Rasmussen, Crusader for Coal Miners' Health, Dies at 87 - New York Times

New York Times

Dr. Donald L. Rasmussen, Crusader for Coal Miners' Health, Dies at 87
New York Times
20, 1968, in Marion County, W.Va., drew national attention to the issue and inspired a strike that prompted both state legislation and the 1969 federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, which provided compensation for workers permanently disabled by ...


Effective Ebola Vaccine May Be Here: Health Officials – WebMD - WebMD

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Effective Ebola Vaccine May Be Here: Health Officials – WebMD
WebMD
"The 'ring' vaccination method adopted for the vaccine trial is based on the smallpox eradication strategy," John-Arne Rottingen, director of the division of infectious disease control at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and chair of the study ...
WHO: Trials show new Ebola vaccine is 'highly effective'CNN
Ebola vaccine works, offering 100% protection in African trialScience /AAAS
Ebola vaccine is 'potential game-changer'BBC News
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Skipping that vacation is bad for your health - WTOP

WTOP

Skipping that vacation is bad for your health
WTOP
Jones emphasized that time off is important not just for your physical health, but your mental and emotional well-being, as well. He said taking a break can improve relationships. “It gives a chance to spend some quality time with people and make life ...


8 Ways To Vacation Right And Recharge Your Health - Huffington Post

Huffington Post

8 Ways To Vacation Right And Recharge Your Health
Huffington Post
Experts say overloading without taking time to recharge isn't healthy. “It might seem counterintuitive when you have a lot of work to take time off,” says Karen Osterle, a psychotherapist and marriage counselor in the District of Columbia. “But the ...

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