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Well | Children's Lung Health Improves as Air Pollution Is Reduced, Study Says - New York Times (blog)

New York Times (blog)

Well | Children's Lung Health Improves as Air Pollution Is Reduced, Study Says
New York Times (blog)
Environmentalists have maintained that federal emission standards are not stringent enough to safeguard health, while some conservatives criticize the regulations as overly restrictive and expensive. The new study, conducted in Southern California and ...
Los Angeles Sees Health Benefits as Its Smog Haze ClearsWall Street Journal
Children's Lung Health Improves With Reduced Pollution, Study FindsHuffington Post

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As Supreme Court Weighs Health Law, GOP Plans to Replace It - New York Times

New York Times

As Supreme Court Weighs Health Law, GOP Plans to Replace It
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The legal campaign to destroy President Obama's health care law may be nearing its conclusion, but as the Supreme Court deliberates over the law's fate, the search for a replacement by Republican lawmakers is finally gaining momentum.
Despite Obamacare, mental health coverage lagsThe Courier-Journal
Health-Law Ruling Could Prompt Some States to ActWall Street Journal
Few Clues On Health Law's Future Emerge In Supreme Court ArgumentsNPR (blog)
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Health policy (1) - The Economist

The Economist

Health policy (1)
The Economist
BACK in 1980, when Jimmy Carter was president and leg warmers were cool, America spent 9% of GDP on health care. Now it spends a whopping 17%—far more than any other rich country. In absolute terms it spends more than twice as much per head as ...
Clarification: Health Overhaul-Republicans StoryABC News

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Sharing Patient Records Is Still A Digital Dilemma For Doctors - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)

Sharing Patient Records Is Still A Digital Dilemma For Doctors
NPR (blog)
In an era when most industries easily share big, complicated, digital files, health care still leans hard on paper printouts and fax machines. The American taxpayer has funded the installation of electronic records systems in hospitals and doctors ...

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In sickness and health: Wife's serious illness increases chance of divorce ... - Washington Post

Medical Daily

In sickness and health: Wife's serious illness increases chance of divorce ...
Washington Post
Writing in the current issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Karraker and colleague Kenzie Latham concluded that "married women diagnosed with a serious health condition may find themselves at increased risk of divorce and may have to ...
In Sickness And In Health: Marriages Are More Likely To End In Divorce If The ...Medical Daily

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With Eyes on His Vote in Health Subsidies Case, Roberts Lets on Little - New York Times

New York Times

With Eyes on His Vote in Health Subsidies Case, Roberts Lets on Little
New York Times
He asked just a few questions as other justices repeatedly talked over one another during arguments over the fate of President Obama's health care law. Before the arguments started, the Obama administration was confident it could count on the court's ...
Justices Roberts And Kennedy Hold Key Votes In Health Law CaseNPR (blog)
Health policy (2)The Economist

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The Supreme Court Has the Power to Deepen a National Health Divide - New York Times

New York Times

The Supreme Court Has the Power to Deepen a National Health Divide
New York Times
Three years ago, the court essentially limited the law's ability to expand health insurance to low-income Americans in red states. A case it is considering on Wednesday might result in taking away insurance access for middle-income people, too.
Round 2: Health Care Law Faces The Supreme Court AgainNPR
Insurers' Biggest Fear: A Health-Law Death SpiralWall Street Journal
Two sides enter the ring for another Supreme Court battle over health careWashington Post
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What Shapes Health? Webcast Explores Social And Economic Factors - NPR (blog)

Harvard Gazette

What Shapes Health? Webcast Explores Social And Economic Factors
NPR (blog)
Health is more than the sum of its parts. Sometimes in surprising ways, factors such as childhood experiences, housing conditions, poor diets and health care access drive who ends up sick — and who does not. As part of our series "What Shapes Health," ...
Putting health in contextHarvard Gazette

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Questions Linger About Plaintiffs' Legal Standing in Health-Law Case - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Questions Linger About Plaintiffs' Legal Standing in Health-Law Case
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—Questions lingered about the legal right of the health-law plaintiffs to challenge the law's tax credits after oral arguments in the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Their lawyer said that at least two of the King v. Burwell plaintiffs did have ...

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Rahm Snaps at Mental-Health Advocates: Youre Gonna Respect Me! - Daily Beast

Daily Beast

Rahm Snaps at Mental-Health Advocates: Youre Gonna Respect Me!
Daily Beast
The alleged exchange took place off-camera between Chicago's mayor and Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle, a member of Mental Health Movement, a group that has been fighting the mayor over the closure of six mental health clinics across the city. Behind a door that ...
Rahm Emanuel's Office Denies Mayor Screamed At Mental Health AdvocatesHuffington Post
Mental Health Activists Say Rahm Emanuel Exploded at Them: “You're going to ...In These Times
Rahm Confronted on Mental Health Clinic Closures During Wicker Park ForumDNAinfo
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