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Sale of Premier Health's insurance line falls apart - Dayton Daily News

Sale of Premier Health's insurance line falls apart
Dayton Daily News
The Dayton-based hospital and doctor network had been planning to sell the insurance line that it launched about two years ago to Evolent Health, a Virginia-based health care consultant business. On Friday, Evolent Health said in a statement that the ...


Murphy: Iowans turnout for health care - Mason City Globe Gazette

Mason City Globe Gazette

Murphy: Iowans turnout for health care
Mason City Globe Gazette
Angela Walker, president of Des Moines University, speaks during a forum on mental health care issues on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, in the campus' Olsen Center. To the right are the 13 candidates for Iowa governor who fielded questions on mental health ...

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As health premiums rise, small businesses seek alternatives - USA TODAY

USA TODAY

As health premiums rise, small businesses seek alternatives
USA TODAY
NEW YORK ? As small business owners learn what their 2018 health insurance costs will be, some are considering providing different types of coverage for their employees. Companies are receiving notices of premium and coverage changes for 2018. The ...

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Polluted air, health problems brought by Southern California fires are expected to linger - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Polluted air, health problems brought by Southern California fires are expected to linger
Los Angeles Times
Health officials said Friday that air quality in Santa Barbara and Goleta has been unhealthy for three days. Santa Barbara County health officials are distributing special masks and recommending that people relocate for at least a few hours a day to ...

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Spokane Regional Health District could teach Department of Health how to deal with marijuana and pregnancy - The Spokesman-Review

The Spokesman-Review

Spokane Regional Health District could teach Department of Health how to deal with marijuana and pregnancy
The Spokesman-Review
Nobody is more passionate about their patients than public health nurses, especially those working in maternal and child health programs. They are always seeking ways to educate and inform on a shoestring budget. So when Jolene Erickson, a Lincoln ...


Doubts Rise About Sen. Collins' Strategy To Shore Up Insurance Market - NPR

NPR

Doubts Rise About Sen. Collins' Strategy To Shore Up Insurance Market
NPR
Sen. Susan Collins, the Maine Republican whose vote was pivotal in pushing the GOP tax bill forward last week, thought she had a deal to bolster health care protections in exchange for her support. But it's now unclear wether her strategy to shore up ...

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Funding at risk for children's health insurance, clinics - Kansas City Star

Kansas City Star

Funding at risk for children's health insurance, clinics
Kansas City Star
U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow and others are sounding the alarm over the expiration of federal funding that provides health insurance to 116,000 lower-income children in Michigan, saying cancellation notices may be sent to families as early as next month ...

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As health premiums rise, small businesses seek alternatives - Chron.com

Chron.com

As health premiums rise, small businesses seek alternatives
Chron.com
NEW YORK - As small-business owners learn what their 2018 health insurance costs will be, some are considering providing different types of coverage for their employees. Companies are receiving notices of premium and coverage changes for 2018. The ...

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Bitcoin: Mental Health Effects of Cryptocurrency Investment | Fortune - Fortune

Fortune

Bitcoin: Mental Health Effects of Cryptocurrency Investment | Fortune
Fortune
Bitcoin prices keep reaching record highs. But it's a very volatile asset. What's the mental health toll of investing in cryptocurrency?

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Breathing fire: Health is a casualty of climate-fueled blazes - MyAJC

Breathing fire: Health is a casualty of climate-fueled blazes
MyAJC
You've got cars exploding, tires burning. There has to be some long-term effect? on people's health. From Puget Sound to Disneyland and east over the Rockies, Americans have coughed and wheezed, rushed to emergency rooms and shut themselves indoors ...

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How Bitcoin Investing Can Take Its Toll On Your Mental Health - Fortune

Fortune

How Bitcoin Investing Can Take Its Toll On Your Mental Health
Fortune
Financial decision-making is among the most stressful processes out there. And, when it comes to high-risk, high-reward investments like bitcoin, an investor may go through a roller coaster of emotions. As the cryptocurrency specialist site Bitcoin.com ...

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Firms Race to Find New Ways to Scan Brain Health - WebMD

Firms Race to Find New Ways to Scan Brain Health
WebMD
He says he worked in the world of data security before he changed to health. He was looking for digital fingerprints -- or the ways that people interact with devices like computers and smartphones that might distinguish them from other users. ?We were ...




The US health care industry could learn a lot from India's doctors - Popular Science

Popular Science

The US health care industry could learn a lot from India's doctors
Popular Science
We know climate change is bad for our health. But we know much less about the carbon cost of the care needed to heal the sick and injured. In fact, the medical industry produces plenty of waste from treatments, tossing disposable gowns, caps, booties ...

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Avocados: An unlikely but legitimate healthy food craze - CNN - CNN

CNN

Avocados: An unlikely but legitimate healthy food craze - CNN
CNN
Long before they became a modern-day health food craze, avocados began some 10000 years ago in the Americas.

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