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New York Times

Cleanup From California Fires Poses Environmental and Health Risks
New York Times
But even as the smell of smoke still wafts through this area north of San Francisco, public health officials and environmental cleanup experts are starting to think about the next chapter of the disaster: the huge amount of debris and ash that will be ...

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Salon

Trump guts critical health care for the poor — and nobody noticed
Salon
Jimmy Kimmel's impassioned plea to save the Affordable Care Act by invoking his personal story about his infant son Billy's vital heart surgery was an inflection point in the national debate on health care. Unfortunately, it was just a tiny speed bump ...
Trump's Latest Health Care Move Will Cause Pain, But Not For The PoorHuffPost
Trumpcare is health care vandalism pure and simple: Andy SlavittUSA TODAY
Health insurance is good not just for individuals but for democracyWashington Post
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CNBC

Apple explored buying a medical-clinic start-up as part of a bigger push into health care
CNBC
Crossover Health is one of a small number of companies that specialize in working with self-insured employers to provide medical and wellness services on or near to campus. Among its clients are Apple and Facebook. Crossover also has clinics in New ...
Report: Apple entered deep acquisition talks w/ health clinic startup as it mulls entry into primary care9to5Mac

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New York Times

Deep in Trump Country, a Big Stake in Health Care
New York Times
Across the country, the health care industry has become a ceaseless job producer — for doctors, nurses, radiologists, paramedics, medical technicians, administrators and health care aides. Funding that began flowing in 2012 as a result of the ...



BBC News

Mental health care for new mothers in Wales 'unacceptable'
BBC News
Calls have been made for a specialist mother and baby unit to open in Wales to help those suffering mental illness. The lack of in-patient care for women suffering from severe perinatal mental health illnesses has been described as unacceptable by a ...

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Popular Science

California's hepatitis A outbreak shows why people need easy access to health care
Popular Science
Some outbreaks come from papayas. Others originate with puppies. The most worrisome happen because parents don't vaccinate their children against easily preventable infections. But California's hepatitis A outbreak isn't like any of these—it's ...

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NPR

If You Want An IUD, Take Note Of Trump's New Birth Control Policy
NPR
The Trump administration has made a number of changes to health policy in the past two weeks, raising questions about how consumers will be affected. Will the new rules for birth control coverage affect access to an IUD? Might an association health ...

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New York Times

How a Healthy Economy Can Shorten Life Spans
New York Times
In the long term, economic growth is good for health. What's going on? One study of European countries just before and during the Great Recession found that a one-percentage-point increase in the unemployment rate is associated with a 0.5 percent ...



New York Times

Mississippi Senator's Health Woes Narrow Republican Majority
New York Times
“After a day of monitoring his condition, and on the advice of his physicians and other health care professionals, Senator Cochran has postponed his return to Washington,” Mr. White wrote. “The Senator has expressed his intention to return to the ...
Cochran's absence creates unexpected budget hurdlePolitico
Cochran's health issues raise questionsJackson Clarion Ledger
GOP senator postpones return to DC over healthThe Hill

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Washington Post

Two swing-state Democrats offer middle ground on health care
Washington Post
is politically significant because it tries to build on the existing law rather than the tear-it-all-down proposal of a national health-care system that is being offered by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). Often called “single payer,” the Sanders proposal ...

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