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Joe Gibbs on son's health: 'Very few answers' - USA TODAY

USA TODAY

Joe Gibbs on son's health: 'Very few answers'
USA TODAY
MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Calling his son J.D. "my hero," Joe Gibbs said the family's NASCAR team will continue to function as normal as J.D. Gibbs battles health issues. "J.D. through his entire life has probably been the most courageous person I've ever ...

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IU Health nurses to vote on union - Indianapolis Business Journal

Indianapolis Business Journal

IU Health nurses to vote on union
Indianapolis Business Journal
“There's a lot of changes that are being made that the nurses don't necessarily agree with,” said Heather Bragg, a cardiac critical care nurse at IU Health's Methodist Hospital. “That's why we want one voice, so that we can be at the table with the ...


2015 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon - Knoxville News Sentinel

Knoxville News Sentinel

2015 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon
Knoxville News Sentinel
2015 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon. Previous Next. Men's winner Ethan Coffey makes his way to the finish line of the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon Sunday, March 29, 2015, at Neyland Stadium. (WADE PAYNE/SPECIAL TO THE NEWS ...
Knoxville man wins 2015 Covenant Health Knoxville MarathonWBIR-TV
Thousands enjoy racing in the 11th Annual Covenant Health Knoxville MarathonWATE-TV

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Germanwings co-pilot reportedly had other health problems - CBS News

CBS News

Germanwings co-pilot reportedly had other health problems
CBS News
MONTABAUR, Germany -- New details emerged Saturday about Andreas Lubitz, the troubled co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525. Investigators said Lubitz deliberately crashed the Barcelona-to-Duesseldorf flight into the French Alps on Tuesday, killing ...
Germanwings copilot had health, psychological problems, reports sayLos Angeles Times
Mental health vetting of pilots ineffective, US experts sayU.S. News & World Report
3 Workplace Mental Health Questions All Businesses Should Ask Following The ...Forbes
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Will lawmakers start making health care contributions? - DesMoinesRegister.com

DesMoinesRegister.com

Will lawmakers start making health care contributions?
DesMoinesRegister.com
Terry Branstad and members of his administration already pay a portion of their health care premiums, but lawmakers in the part-time General Assembly can get plans that don't require a monthly payment. Republican House Speaker Kraig Paulsen said he'd ...

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Alan Bavley: Uncommon sense on health care - Kansas City Star (blog)

Kansas City Star (blog)

Alan Bavley: Uncommon sense on health care
Kansas City Star (blog)
He started his “Medicine and Social Justice” blog in 2008 calling for universal health care coverage and has returned repeatedly to the subject. That's because even though the Affordable Care Act makes coverage available to many people, Freeman doesn't ...


Videos On End-Of-Life Choices Ease Tough Conversation - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)

Videos On End-Of-Life Choices Ease Tough Conversation
NPR (blog)
Out of 50 states, Hawaii ranks 49th in the use of home health care services toward the end of life. Seitz wanted to change that and she'd heard about these videos produced by Dr. Angelo Volandes of Harvard Medical School. She thought maybe they could ...

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Pediatric Research: How engineering can help improve our health - Columbus Dispatch

Columbus Dispatch

Pediatric Research: How engineering can help improve our health
Columbus Dispatch
Last week, a visiting professor at Nationwide Children's Hospital boldly declared that good health is partly an engineering challenge. Although I never thought of health in terms of engineering, I realized he had a great point. I immediately thought of ...

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Rockingham County gets top NH health rating - Eagle-Tribune

Rockingham County gets top NH health rating
Eagle-Tribune
"Having community health improvement plans in place in each of our 13 public health regions will help to ensure a coordinated, collaborative approach among local agencies whose work impacts the health of the public," said Dr. Jose Montero, director of ...

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Company Thinks It Has Answer for Lower Health Costs: Customer Service - New York Times

New York Times

Company Thinks It Has Answer for Lower Health Costs: Customer Service
New York Times
Virginnia Schock seemed headed for a health crisis. She was 64 years old, had poorly controlled diabetes, a wound on her foot and a cast on her broken wrist. She didn't drive, so getting to the people who could tend to her ailments was complicated and ...