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300000 in Mass. to see health policy rates rise 6 percent - Boston Globe

Wall Street Journal

300000 in Mass. to see health policy rates rise 6 percent
Boston Globe
Health insurers in Massachusetts will boost rates more than 6 percent for small businesses and individuals in 2016, a troubling sign that costs are once again accelerating. The increase, approved by the state Division of Insurance last week, is more ...
Insurers Win Big Health-Rate IncreasesWall Street Journal
Obamacare health insurance premiums to rise 9.5 percent for 2016, state ...St. Augustine Record
Washington Health Insurance Rates To Go Up 4.2 PercentNBC Right Now
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Trump: I will be 'far better' for women's health than Hillary Clinton - Washington Post

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Trump: I will be 'far better' for women's health than Hillary Clinton
Washington Post
GREENVILLE, S.C.—Donald Trump pledged Thursday that supporting women's health will be “a very major thing” in his presidential campaign. “I will take care of women's health and women's health issues better than anybody and far better than Hillary ...
Trump: Hillary 'Doesn't Have A Clue' On Women's Health Issues [VIDEO]Daily Caller
Hillary Clinton Compares GOP Stance on Women's Health to Terrorists' ViewsABC News

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Donald Trump: Mental health, not gun problem - CNN International

The Hill (blog)

Donald Trump: Mental health, not gun problem
CNN International
Calling the gunman a "very sick man," Trump said mental illness is "a massive problem" in the U.S. He suggested more resources should be devoted to addressing mental health -- hoping to prevent shootings like the one in Virginia, which he called ...
Trump: 'This isn't a gun problem, it's a mental health problem'The Hill (blog)
Trump says shootings are 'mental health problem'ITV News

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UN health agency unveils sanitation and hygiene plan towards eradicating ... - UN News Centre

UN News Centre

UN health agency unveils sanitation and hygiene plan towards eradicating ...
UN News Centre
27 August 2015 – The World Health Organization (WHO) today announced that it is strengthening water, sanitation and hygiene services to accelerate progress in eliminating and eradicating neglected tropical diseases by 2020 that affect more than 1 ...

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Why People Are Living Longer All Over the World - Health.com

Why People Are Living Longer All Over the World
Health.com
“The world has made great progress in health, but now the challenge is to invest in finding more effective ways of preventing or treating the major causes of illness and disability,” study author Theo Vos, a professor at the Institute for Health ...

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Health-care jobs are highest-paying: Survey - CNBC

CNBC

Health-care jobs are highest-paying: Survey
CNBC
Additionally, according to health-care provider education website Medscape.com, 41 percent of doctors age 40 to 44 are still paying off debt from medical school, and 22 percent of those age 45 to 49 continue making those monthly payments. That drops to ...


Céline Dion on Performing Again Amid Husband's Health Issues: 'Songs Have a ... - People Magazine

People Magazine

Céline Dion on Performing Again Amid Husband's Health Issues: 'Songs Have a ...
People Magazine
Before hitting the stage of her long-running show at Caesars Palace, the "My Heart Will Go On" singer held a press conference that touched on her husband's health and her new take on the lyrics of her heartfelt songs. "The meaning of the songs have a ...

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Health Official: States Should Post Local Vaccination Info - ABC News

Health Official: States Should Post Local Vaccination Info
ABC News
How many kids are vaccinated at your child's school? Federal health officials think you should be able to easily find out. Last school year, only 21 states posted vaccination rates for individual schools, school districts, counties or areas of the ...

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Can biometrics reduce corporate health care costs? - Fortune

Fortune

Can biometrics reduce corporate health care costs?
Fortune
Concerns over safety and escalating medical costs led the Tulsa company's human resources team to take action in the mid-2000s to boost employee health. The results have been impressive: For the past four years, Williams capped increases for ...


Rate increases approved for individual health care market - Washington Times

Alaska Dispatch News

Rate increases approved for individual health care market
Washington Times
Premera says it lost more than $9 million in Alaska last year serving individuals with so-called platinum, gold, silver and bronze plans under the federal health care law and expects to lose a similar amount based on claims data from the first three ...
State OKs big rate increases in Alaska's individual health insurance marketAlaska Dispatch News

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