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Top GOP senators push Trump to back health care bill - New York Post

New York Post

Top GOP senators push Trump to back health care bill
New York Post
A pair of top Republican senators said Thursday they had pressed President Trump to get on board with a bipartisan deal to stabilize health insurance markets. Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, who cut the deal ...

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Anna Faris Opens Up About Son Jack's Health Battle in Revealing New Book: 'It Was Us Against the World' - PEOPLE.com

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Anna Faris Opens Up About Son Jack's Health Battle in Revealing New Book: 'It Was Us Against the World'
PEOPLE.com
And in the years that followed, the little boy would grow healthy with only slight vision and leg muscle issues. ?Today, Jack is at a beautiful age. He has some temper tantrums occasionally (did I mention he's 5?) but he's a really good kid and he's ...

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When States Asked For Insurance Waivers, They Didn't Like The ... - NPR

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When States Asked For Insurance Waivers, They Didn't Like The ...
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When states applied for waivers from Obamacare rules to reduce premiums and strengthen their insurance markets, they didn't get the answers they wanted, ...

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Amid doctors' hunger strike, Poland may boost health budget - ABC News

Amid doctors' hunger strike, Poland may boost health budget
ABC News
Young doctors holding a hunger strike, in demand of more government spending on the chronically strapped and inefficient health care at the Medial University's Children's Hospital in Warsaw, Poland, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Poland's government has ...

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CNN poll: Most want focus on making the health care system work - CNN

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CNN poll: Most want focus on making the health care system work
CNN
Washington (CNN) With the start of open-enrollment for Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges around the country fast approaching, nearly six in 10 Americans say the Trump administration is doing too little to make sure the nation's health insurance ...

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Romanian health workers protest against tax plan - ABC News

Romanian health workers protest against tax plan
ABC News
Romanian public health workers shout anti-government slogans during a protest in Bucharest, Romania, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Some 7,000 Romanian public sector health workers are demonstrating in the capital, demanding the government scrape its plan ...

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Intel's new health IoT platform takes remote care beyond consumer devices - ZDNet

ZDNet

Intel's new health IoT platform takes remote care beyond consumer devices
ZDNet
Seeing an opportunity to grow its Internet of Things business in the health care sector, Intel on Thursday is taking the wraps off of a new software platform and accompanying hardware, designed by the supply chain company Flex, that should facilitate ...

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What is coinsurance? And other health insurance mysteries explained - CNNMoney

CNNMoney

What is coinsurance? And other health insurance mysteries explained
CNNMoney
Deductible: Your insurance company usually doesn't start covering your health care bills right away. You'll probably have to pay a set amount first. That's called your deductible. It's how much your plan requires you to shell out for your health care ...

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When You're Pregnant, Everyone Is Suddenly an 'Expert' on Your Health - TIME

TIME

When You're Pregnant, Everyone Is Suddenly an 'Expert' on Your Health
TIME
It doesn't matter how old you are, or how well-informed: at 38, I'm of what doctors like to call "advanced maternal age," and because of my vocation as a health editor and my pastime as a science nerd, I read scientific studies for sport. But none of ...


5 things for October 19: Maryland shooting, Niger, health care, Richard Spencer, bugs - CNN

CNN

5 things for October 19: Maryland shooting, Niger, health care, Richard Spencer, bugs
CNN
(CNN) Life is still miserable in Puerto Rico, one month after Hurricane Maria. These numbers help explain why. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your ...

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Top Stories: Health Care Waiver Uncertainty; Catalonia's Autonomy Jeopardized - NPR

Top Stories: Health Care Waiver Uncertainty; Catalonia's Autonomy Jeopardized
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President Trump Pivots On Bipartisan Health Care Bill - NPR

President Trump Pivots On Bipartisan Health Care Bill
NPR
SHAPIRO: So as we've just heard, this morning the president distanced himself from the bipartisan Alexander-Murray health care deal, saying he can never support bailing out insurance companies. But Geoff, yesterday he seemed to embrace the bill. Walk ...

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Administration Sends Mixed Signals On State Health Insurance Waivers - NPR

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Administration Sends Mixed Signals On State Health Insurance Waivers
NPR
Emails flew between the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Washington and Oklahoma's Department of Health. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma, the only ACA insurer in the state, was on board. Everything had to be done by Monday, Sept.

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Opioid epidemic is tragically personal for public health expert - USA TODAY

USA TODAY

Opioid epidemic is tragically personal for public health expert
USA TODAY
DES MOINES ? Deborah Thompson is usually the person Iowa legislators rely on for dispassionate facts and figures on public health issues. This week, in a meeting about the danger of opioid addiction, the prominent Iowa Department of Public Health ...

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