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Mental Health Issues Put 34500 on New York's No-Guns List - New York Times

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Mental Health Issues Put 34500 on New York's No-Guns List
New York Times
A newly created database of New Yorkers deemed too mentally unstable to carry firearms has grown to roughly 34,500 names, a previously undisclosed figure that has raised concerns among some mental health advocates that too many people ...
Report: 34500 on NY's mental health no-gun listWashington Times
34500 New Yorkers can't buy guns because of 'mental health' issuesAmerican Thinker (blog)

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Mental health: The £8bn cost of poor care for new mothers - BBC News

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Mental health: The £8bn cost of poor care for new mothers
BBC News
Society is paying a "shocking" price for poor mental health care for pregnant women and new mothers in the UK, a report says. It said that for all births in one year, there would be a long-term cost of more than £8bn stemming from mental health problems.
Gaps in mental health care for new mothers cost UK £8bn a year – studyThe Guardian
Agenda: Mental health must no longer be treated as a Cinderella serviceHerald Scotland

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Passengers of Cruise Ship Carrying Health Worker Monitored for Ebola Have ... - ABC News

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Passengers of Cruise Ship Carrying Health Worker Monitored for Ebola Have ...
ABC News
Passengers on a cruise ship carrying a Dallas health care worker who handled specimens of an Ebola-infected patient expressed mixed feelings today after arriving at the Port of Galveston in Texas. The Carnival Magic reached the port about 5 a.m. The ...
Cruise ship docks with Ebola-watched health workerFox News
Port director: Test shows health worker not infected with EbolaChron.com
Cruise Ship Carrying Health Worker Monitored for Ebola ReturnsWTVD-TV
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Ebola protocols flawed, left U.S. nurses vulnerable: health official - Washington Times

Washington Times

Ebola protocols flawed, left U.S. nurses vulnerable: health official
Washington Times
Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the original Centers for Disease Control and Prevention instructions for dealing with the virus were taken from the World Health Organization's protocol for ...
New Ebola protocols for health care workersWFAA
Ebola protocols for health-care workers to call for no skin showingThe Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
New Ebola guidelines will be more stringent: US health officialReuters
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Penn researcher to study impact of changing nursing practices on patient health - Newsworks.org

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Penn researcher to study impact of changing nursing practices on patient health
Newsworks.org
Elana is the newest member of WHYY's Health & Science desk, hailing from KCUR 89.3FM in Kansas City, Mo. where she covered the health beat for several years. Her passion for storytelling and bridging the personal with the abstract has taken her to the ...


Health care cancellation avalanche hits Colo. Democrats weeks before election - Washington Times

Washington Times

Health care cancellation avalanche hits Colo. Democrats weeks before election
Washington Times
Mr. Hickenlooper signed into law the bill creating the state-run health-care exchange, but he's recently tried to distance himself from Obamacare in his race against former Republican Rep. Bob Beauprez. The Beauprez campaign posted video from a recent ...
Health cancellations ripple in ColoradoPolitico
Obamacare Kills 22000 Health Plans In ColoradoDaily Caller

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Texas Health Resources' CEO Apologizes For Ebola Response - CBS Local

CBS Local

Texas Health Resources' CEO Apologizes For Ebola Response
CBS Local
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Texas Health Resources CEO Barclay Berdan had a letter published in both The Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Sunday editions apologizing for some aspects of the response of Texas Health ...
Ebola Patient's Fiancee Thanks Health Care 'Angels From God'KABC-TV
Ebola Today: Family of First US Ebola Victim Feeling OstracizedBoston.com
Weak Health Protocol May Be to Blame for U.S. Ebola CasesBloomberg
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Why health insurance companies are doomed - Fortune

Fortune

Why health insurance companies are doomed
Fortune
It's time to choose among the many plans offered through the various health exchanges as part of Obamacare, among the variety of Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans offered by private insurers as part of Medicare (for those who are ...

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Health Industry Cashes In One Year After Rocky Obamacare Rollout - Forbes

Health Industry Cashes In One Year After Rocky Obamacare Rollout
Forbes
Even after the disastrous rollout of the healthcare.gov web site a year ago, health insurance companies and providers of medical care are reporting more promising profits as third quarter earnings emerge. Although the next enrollment period for ...

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Battle Over Ebola Travel Ban: Health Officials Call It a Big Mistake - NBCNews.com

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Battle Over Ebola Travel Ban: Health Officials Call It a Big Mistake
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There are reasons the U.S. hasn't enacted a travel ban on countries where Ebola has broken out: It wouldn't work and could actually make things worse, health officials say. Still, that's done little to quell the calls for a ban. On Friday, Texas Gov ...
Liberian President Urges Health Investment to Counter Ebola-like OutbreaksVoice of America
Pleas to major powers from Ebola-stricken countries, health professionals fall ...World Socialist Web Site

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