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A Voter's Guide To The Health Law Chatter - NPR

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A Voter's Guide To The Health Law Chatter
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"Our health care is a horror show," said GOP candidate Donald Trump at the Republican debate in South Carolina in December. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, winner of the Iowa caucuses, said at the debate in Des Moines that the health law has been "a disaster," ...
The Big Problem With High Health Care DeductiblesNew York Times
Delaware Officials Look at Health Exchange EnrollmentInsurance Journal

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Zika May Not Spread In Saliva Or Urine, Health Officials Say - NPR

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Zika May Not Spread In Saliva Or Urine, Health Officials Say
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U.S. health experts cautioned Friday that the apparent discovery of the Zika virus in saliva and urine from people in Brazil does not necessarily mean the virus can be spread by more casual contact with infected people, such as through kissing. "I ...
How Health Experts Will Definitively Link Zika to Birth DefectsTIME
Puerto Rico declares public health emergency over Zika virusFox News
Health officials confirm first Zika case in Central FloridaWESH Orlando
CNN -PBS NewsHour -Yahoo Health
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Hillary Clinton Lobbied on Health Care as Secretary of State, Emails Show - New York Times

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Hillary Clinton Lobbied on Health Care as Secretary of State, Emails Show
New York Times
The email messages show that throughout the fall of 2009, as the health care push entered a decisive phase, Mrs. Clinton lobbied some members of Congress for votes and even debated sometimes-esoteric policy proposals with aides, some of whom had ...


Study: BMI misreads millions' health - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Study: BMI misreads millions' health
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The findings from researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, published in the International Journal of Obesity, reveal that employers could potentially saddle people with unfairly high health insurance costs based on a deeply flawed ...
If BMI Is The Test Of Health, Many Pro Athletes Would FlunkNPR
'Obese' May Not Always Equal Unhealthy, Study SaysHealth.com
Yet Another Study Finds Your BMI Doesn't Mean Much For Your HealthRefinery29
Medical News Today -Live Science -UC Los Angeles
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Christoph Waltz Urges Men to 'Take Control' of Their Health - People Magazine

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Christoph Waltz Urges Men to 'Take Control' of Their Health
People Magazine
... Rossum told PEOPLE. "When I learned more about it, I was kind of touched by the role that women play in men's lives in terms of encouraging them to lead a healthy life, to see doctors, to feel comfortable to talk about depression and mental health ...

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ECHO Health's sales grew 27-fold in five years - Crain's Cleveland Business

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ECHO Health's sales grew 27-fold in five years
Crain's Cleveland Business
The Westlake company was able to process $10 billion in health care claims last year partly because of a decision Davis made when he started developing the technology back in the 1990s: He wanted the software to be able to process billions upon ...


The mental health overhaul that's already underway - PRI

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The mental health overhaul that's already underway
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The Excellence in Mental Health Act is still in its early stages, but its estimated $1 billion investment in mental health services for low-income Americans have led advocates to call it “the biggest federal investment in mental health and addiction ...

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Health plan delays action on premium increases - WRAL.com

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Health plan delays action on premium increases
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Raleigh, N.C. — The board governing North Carolina's State health plan has delayed action on raising costs for members, and State Treasurer Janet Cowell says a controversial long-term cost savings proposal "off the table" going forward. Members of the ...

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Is organic eating health or hype? - CNBC

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Is organic eating health or hype?
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Nowadays, everyone at the grocery store is paying more for less. At the same time, this particular food's supporters frequently tout its health benefits, while naysayers claim it's little more than a marketing gimmick. It's just another day in the life ...

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Athletes weigh gold lust against Zika health fears - Reuters

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Athletes weigh gold lust against Zika health fears
Reuters
Alarm has grown since the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday declared Zika an international health emergency that could infect as many as 4 million people in the Americas. Zika is carried by mosquitoes, which transmit the virus to humans, while ...

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