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Forbes

The Best Health Tech 2017: Gadgets That Make You Fit And Healthy (Updated)
Forbes
The ubiquity of fitness-tracking technology in recent years has meant people are generally becoming more conscious about their health. Increasing mainstream availability of sensors on wearables such as smartwatches - that are able to give us better ...



CBS News

The GOP's proposed Medicaid cuts could leave millions of women uninsured
ABC News
The Republican health care bill currently making its way through Congress could have a major impact on how many people have access to health services through Medicaid --changes that would fall disproportionately on women. Today, more than 17 million ...
Guess who else doesn't love the American Health Care Act?CBS News
How the American Health Care Act Would Affect Mental-Health CoverageThe Atlantic
Why Republicans are so bad at health careWashington Post
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Summer health hazards to watch out for during Memorial Day
ABC News
With Memorial day signaling the unofficial kick-off to summer, everyone may be ready to enjoy some fun. But the season can also mean increased risk for a few health hazards like sunburns, spoiled foods and insect bites. Here's a rundown of the top ...

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CNBC

The GOP's health-care bill is a polling disaster, with voters apt to punish senators who support it
CNBC
"Advisory to Republicans who support the replacement for Obamacare: Backing this bill could be very hazardous to your political health," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. The poll questioned 1,404 voters, and had a ...
McConnell May Have Been Right: It May Be Too Hard to Replace ObamacareNew York Times
Illinois Democrats condemn Republican health care plan again after new estimates emergeChicago Tribune

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CNN

GOP leaders move to break health care gridlock
CNN
(CNN) A day after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he didn't know how he was going to find 50 votes to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, the No. 2 Senate Republican emerged from a key health care meeting saying he was suddenly ...
It's Time to Worry about Health Care in the SenateNew York Times

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KIRO Seattle

Public Health warns 'stay the hell out of the rivers'
KIRO Seattle
King County first responders are pleading with the public to stay out of area rivers this weekend. The warm weather has snow melting in the mountains, and the rivers are running high, fast and cold. Public Health-Seattle and King County issued what it ...



KHOU

Galveston County Health Dept. tracking fecal bacteria at local beaches
KHOU
GALVESTON, Texas - The Health Department is tracking fecal bacteria in the Gulf of Mexico and some beaches on Galveston Island have more of it than others. County health officials say that this isn't cause for alarm but it is something you should think ...

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KUTV 2News

Popular fountain at Liberty Park goes dry for health and safety reasons
KUTV 2News
(KUTV) The Seven Canyons Fountain at Liberty Park in Salt Lake, which is a huge draw for families with little kids, is going dry and it's not clear for how long. “We are not able to maintain the water at quality health standards,” said Nole Walkingshaw ...
Liberty Park fountain won't open due to health concernsKSL.com
Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park to close due to health, safety concernsfox13now.com

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CNBC

Here are the GOP congressional districts that face the biggest health care backlash
CNBC
A report this week on how many Americans will likely lose health coverage under a bill passed by the House GOP raises the stakes for Republicans in districts where voters are at risk. The bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, which Congressional ...
The Republican Party Alone Owns This Health-Care DisasterNew York Magazine
Health care or Russia? Democrats divided on 2018 focusPolitico

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AZCentral.com

Health, personal records of 2500 Arizona families with newborns lost
AZCentral.com
State health officials have warned 2,500 individuals and families with newborns that a box containing sensitive health, financial and personal information has been lost in the mail. The Arizona Department of Health Services saidits newborn-screening ...

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