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Introducing Health Goth, a New Lifestyle Trend - New York Magazine

New York Magazine

Introducing Health Goth, a New Lifestyle Trend
New York Magazine
Somewhere in between normcore, cyberpunk, goth, and sportswear chic exists the possibly real trend known as “Health Goth.” It's been kicking around since spring, actually, but it seems to have entered the mainstream this week, much to the chagrin of OG ...

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Precision Health: Policy Needs To Catch Up To Science - Forbes

Precision Health: Policy Needs To Catch Up To Science
Forbes
While adding to convenience, the power of this rapid personalization is that it is poised to transform health care as well. Imagine a world where treatments are based on your exact genetic make-up or that of the cancer or bacteria afflicted you—or ...


Health Spas Aimed at Teaching Stressed Executives to Unwind - New York Times

Health Spas Aimed at Teaching Stressed Executives to Unwind
New York Times
Her choice was VeraVia, on the beach north of San Diego, which promised to not just make her eat well, work up a sweat and get healthy while she was there — many spas do that — but also get at underlying issues to help her change her behavior and ...

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Mercy Health changes leaders - Cincinnati.com

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Mercy Health changes leaders
Cincinnati.com
James May, chief operating officer for Mercy Health, is taking early retirement, the company announced Wednesday. Six other executives will assume new jobs at the health care provider in the new year. "Over the last two years, Mercy Health has been ...
EXCLUSIVE: Mercy Health revamps leadership teamCincinnati Business Courier
Mercy Health's May retiring early and other top leadership changesHamilton Journal News (subscription)

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Why You Have The Wrong Kind Of Health Insurance: Obamacare - Forbes

Why You Have The Wrong Kind Of Health Insurance: Obamacare
Forbes
High deductibles are causing patients to skip health care they really need. At the same time, there are no deductibles or copayments for a whole slew of services that people don't need or could easily pay for out of pocket. What's the common ...


Health Officials Announce New Monitoring For Travelers From West Africa - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)

Health Officials Announce New Monitoring For Travelers From West Africa
NPR (blog)
Travelers from those countries will be monitored by public health officials for 21 days after their arrival, starting Monday. The CDC says 21 days is "the longest time it can take from the time a person is infected with Ebola until that person has ...
Lessons from Ebola - Trust: the Necessary Public Health ToolHuffington Post
DC nurse who flew on same flight as Dallas health worker diagnosed with Ebola ...MyFox Washington DC
Milwaukee Health Department monitoring travelers from West Africa for EbolaTMJ4
Voice of America -New York Daily News -TIME
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Texas Health Resources faces public fallout from Ebola crisis - Fort Worth Star Telegram

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Texas Health Resources faces public fallout from Ebola crisis
Fort Worth Star Telegram
When the Ebola crisis rocked Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, the new head of its corporate parent maintained a low profile, making few public comments and steering clear of the glare of TV lights. Then Barclay Berdan, who had taken over as ...
Monitored Health Care Workers Hit MilestoneNBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Dallas hospital gets a call from the presidentWFAA
Some US hospitals weigh withholding care to Ebola patientsReuters
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Companies Try to Escape Health Law's Penalties - MSN Money

Companies Try to Escape Health Law's Penalties
MSN Money
With companies set to face fines next year for not complying with the new mandate to offer health insurance, some are pursuing strategies like enrolling employees in Medicaid to avoid penalties and hold down costs. The health law's penalties, which can ...

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Health tech's radical promise to patients: Pay doctors for results, not treatments - VentureBeat

Health tech's radical promise to patients: Pay doctors for results, not treatments
VentureBeat
In recent decades, the health care industry has made remarkable progress in the understanding, detection and treatment of disease, primarily thanks to technological advancements. Given that the majority of Americans are healthy most of the time, one ...

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School tackles issues of mental health, suicide - WOODTV.com

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School tackles issues of mental health, suicide
WOODTV.com
Experts on had from Forest View Health and Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services said mental health issues of depression and anxiety can often lead to thoughts of suicide and, in some cases, suicide. According to the Centers for Disease Control, ...
Rockford High School raises awareness about mental healthFox17

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