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Health Care Act Still Covers 7.3 Million - New York Times

New York Times

Health Care Act Still Covers 7.3 Million
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Thursday that 7.3 million people who bought private health insurance under the Affordable Care Act had paid their premiums and were still enrolled. Marilyn B. Tavenner, the administrator of the Centers for ...
Health care in AmericaThe Economist
Health advocates eye new neighborhood-level ACA enrollment dataBangor Daily News
Obama Administration Says 7.3 Million Who Picked Health Plans on Exchanges ...Wall Street Journal
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Health Officials: Enterovirus Cases Confirmed In NY, NJ And Connecticut - CBS Local

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Health Officials: Enterovirus Cases Confirmed In NY, NJ And Connecticut
CBS Local
TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York City area, New Jersey and Connecticut are seeing their first cases of the uncommon respiratory illness that has shown up in children in a dozen states. Health officials said Wednesday that a New York City ...
Enterovirus Outbreak Leaves Health Officials GuessingU.S. News & World Report
Allegheny County health officials: Bethel Park schools too quick to release ...Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Health care providers braced for enterovirus D68Marshfield News-Herald
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Bodies Found After Ebola Health Care Workers Go Missing In Guinea (UPDATES) - Huffington Post

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Bodies Found After Ebola Health Care Workers Go Missing In Guinea (UPDATES)
Huffington Post
Last month, riots broke out in the same Guinean city over rumors that health care workers were infecting people with the virus. The current Ebola epidemic has killed 2,630 people thus far, according to the World Heath Organization, although the number ...
Ebola outbreak: Guinea health team killedBBC News
Ebola Health Team Massacred in Guinean VillageGawker
Ebola health team found deadVox
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This State Now Grades Schools On Recess And Health - Huffington Post

This State Now Grades Schools On Recess And Health
Huffington Post
When parents in Colorado check state-mandated reports to see how their child's school is faring academically, they can also quickly learn if that school has a nurse, if it offers 30 minutes of daily physical activity for students, and if it has a ...

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What Health Issues Will Millennials Face That Their Parents Didn't? - Wall Street Journal

What Health Issues Will Millennials Face That Their Parents Didn't?
Wall Street Journal
New technologies, economic shifts and demographic trends have changed the way millennials manage work and play. What about health? To get some perspective, we asked a group of health-care professionals this question: What health issue will ...
Concierge Medicine For All: Direct Primary Care Is The Solution For Our Health ...Forbes

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After Ebola: Rebuilding Liberia's health care infrastructure - Boston Globe

Boston Globe

After Ebola: Rebuilding Liberia's health care infrastructure
Boston Globe
Last July the Ministry of Health building in Monrovia, Liberia's capital city, was set on fire. We were shocked: Our designers had been in that exact building only a few months before, presenting a final draft of National Health Infrastructure ...
Death of medical workers a major blow to West Africa's public healthAl Jazeera America
Bodies found after Ebola health workers go missing in GuineaThe Guardian
Ebola illustrates weaknesses in world health-crisis responseDaytona Beach News-Journal
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Physician groups launch 'captive' health plan for small business - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Physician groups launch 'captive' health plan for small business
Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
A network of Twin Cities physician groups has launched a new “captive” insurance product that aims to lower health care costs for small- and mid-sized businesses. PrimaCare Direct, formed in May by four independent medical practices, created the ...

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Health department will hold skateboarding competition - mySanAntonio.com (blog)

mySanAntonio.com (blog)

Health department will hold skateboarding competition
mySanAntonio.com (blog)
The Neighborhood Health program of the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District (Metro Health) will host a skateboarding competition from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the San Pedro Park skateboarding facility, 1415 San Pedro Ave. Prizes will be awarded to ...


Bayer to Spin Off Plastics Group to Focus on Health Care - New York Times

Bayer to Spin Off Plastics Group to Focus on Health Care
New York Times
The plan to spin off the polymer business, known as Bayer MaterialScience, was approved by Bayer's management board early this month and by its supervisory board in a unanimous vote on Thursday. Bayer's health care products are part of its life ...

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ASMSU awaiting results of health survey - MSU State News

ASMSU awaiting results of health survey
MSU State News
The improvement of student health and wellness on campus was the main talking point when ASMSU committees convened Thursday evening. ASMSU expected to receive results Friday from the National Collegiate Health Assessment, a representative ...