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More Ebola cases in USA likely, health experts say - USA TODAY

USA TODAY

More Ebola cases in USA likely, health experts say
USA TODAY
A day after a man in a Dallas hospital was diagnosed with Ebola, public health officials said it's likely that more people will come to the United States carrying the deadly virus. "I would expect that so long as there is such a widespread epidemic in ...
Local health agencies say they're prepared for EbolaThe News-Press
Ebola case in Dallas signals health system lapseLos Angeles Times
Iowa health officials say they are prepared for EbolaKCCI Des Moines
WFAA -Huffington Post -New York Times
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Apple's iPhone Just Stepped Closer To Shaping Your Health Costs - Forbes

Forbes

Apple's iPhone Just Stepped Closer To Shaping Your Health Costs
Forbes
The two firms had been collaborating for several months on sharing health data through HealthKit, a behind-the-scenes framework that brings together all of a person's fitness data from different wearable devices and apps into one hub, Health, a ...
23 health and wellness apps that connect to Apple's HealthKitmobihealthnews
Apple's HealthKit Now Sends Medical Data Right to Your Health RecordGizmodo
Jawbone's trackerless Up app syncs with Apple Health, other fitness services ...Engadget
PC Magazine -SlashGear -The Next Web
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Health officials announce 5 new cases of Enterovirus D68 - WMUR Manchester

WMUR Manchester

Health officials announce 5 new cases of Enterovirus D68
WMUR Manchester
“Although it's been known for some time that D68 is a prevalent Enterovirus something has happened this year that has allowed it to cause severe symptoms in children,” said Dr. Elizabeth Talbot of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human ...
Health Officials Hope Enterovirus D68 Has Peaked In ColoradoCBS Local
Girl with Enterovirus dies, R.I. health officials sayLas Vegas Review-Journal
Health Department: Child dies from enterovirus complicationsKOKH FOX25
WCVB Boston -The Providence Journal -KGNS.tv
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Chartiers Valley expands its Health Extravaganza - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Chartiers Valley expands its Health Extravaganza
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Chartiers Valley's first Health Extravaganza was such a success that the school district is doing it again — only bigger. “It started last year with just our physical education department,” said Diane Daeschner, head of the health and physical ...


Officials: Fire That Killed Cooper Health CEO And His Wife Was Intentionally Set - CBS Local

Philadelphia Business Journal (blog)

Officials: Fire That Killed Cooper Health CEO And His Wife Was Intentionally Set
CBS Local
Cooper University Health Care released the following statement regarding the investigation results: 'We are saddened and shocked by what has been reported about the death of John Sheridan and his wife Joyce. Their deaths, already unbelievably sad, are ...
Officials: Fire that killed Cooper Health CEO, wife was intentionally set6abc.com
Investigators: Fire that killed Cooper Health System CEO and his wife was ...Philadelphia Business Journal (blog)
Mystery Still Surrounds The Death Of Health Care Executive and His WifeMyFox Philadelphia

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Obamacare's First Year: How'd It Go? - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)

Obamacare's First Year: How'd It Go?
NPR (blog)
Lots of experts disagree with that last part. They say we really don't know if, or how much, Obamacare has restrained health care cost increases. But, even skeptics of the law, like Bob Laszewski of Health Policy and Strategy Associates, agree with the ...
Health care advocate set to retireCharleston Daily Mail
Hundreds of Thousands Face Health Law Subsidy DeadlineWall Street Journal
Feldman '15: The gatekeepers of healthThe Brown Daily Herald
Fayetteville Observer -Kaiser Health News
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Bobby Jindal administration agrees to delay state workers health care plan ... - The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com

The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com

Bobby Jindal administration agrees to delay state workers health care plan ...
The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration is putting off controversial health care plans affecting most government workers until March 1 after a contentious public hearing and a negative Attorney General's opinion came out last week. The plans were scheduled ...

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US company launches genetic health and ancestry info service in Canada - MSN Canada

US company launches genetic health and ancestry info service in Canada
MSN Canada
TORONTO - A U.S. personal genetics company, 23andMe, is now offering health and ancestry information based on analysis of DNA to Canadians. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company founded in 2006 provides home-based saliva-testing kits, which ...

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Mission Health sheds 130 jobs - Asheville Citizen-Times

Asheville Citizen-Times

Mission Health sheds 130 jobs
Asheville Citizen-Times
That goal increased by $4.2 million this summer to cover additional staff for mental health services. The company operates six hospitals in Western North Carolina and ambulatory care offices with about 10,000 employees. The company expects $1.5 billion ...

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Virginia Health Commissioner Decides To Change Harsh Abortion Clinic ... - Huffington Post

RH Reality Check

Virginia Health Commissioner Decides To Change Harsh Abortion Clinic ...
Huffington Post
In 2012, Virginia's Republican-controlled state Assembly passed a bill requiring abortion clinics to be treated as hospitals, and instructed the state's Board of Health to implement clinic regulations accordingly. The board initially declined to comply ...
Va. health official recommends overhaul of state's strict abortion clinic rulesWashington Post
Health commissioner seeks changes to abortion clinic regulationsRoanoke Times

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