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NPR

Why Your Health Insurer Doesn't Care About Your Big Bills
NPR
The United States spends more per person on health care than any other country. A lot more. As a country, by many measures, we are not getting our money's worth. Tens of millions remain uninsured. And millions are in financial peril: About 1 in 5 is ...



U.S. News & World Report

Population Health: The 'North Star' of the Triple Aim
U.S. News & World Report
It was the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, led by Dr. Don Berwick – who also served briefly as administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services – that introduced the Triple Aim in 2008 to help health care organizations address ...



Promoting Oral Health in Childhood: A Quality Improvement Project
AAP News
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends periodic oral health risk assessments (OHRAs) for young children to prevent early childhood caries and promote oral health. The objective of this quality improvement ...

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The Hill

EPA grapples with potential health threat in drinking water
The Hill
But some in Congress, along with environmental and public health advocates, are skeptical that Pruitt will take strong action on PFAS. They point to the Trump administration's deregulatory bent and an email uncovered last week in which a White House ...

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PEOPLE.com

5 Ways Wine Can Be Good for Your Health
PEOPLE.com
In case you're in need of one more excuse to kick back with a glass of your favorite pinot noir tonight, you're in luck: red wine is shown to have a variety of health benefits, from reducing risk of heart disease and stoke to increasing life span. Read ...

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New York Times

The Weekly Health Quiz: Pools, Sex and Sleep
New York Times
A report by the Water Quality and Health Council found that what percent of adults admitted to urinating in swimming pools: 3 percent. 8 percent. 12 percent. 27 percent. 4 of 7. People with so-called Type D personalities, who tend to be distressed and ...



Washington Post

The Health 202: Why suing over new family planning restrictions could be hard
Washington Post
There was an uproar this week when the Department of Health and Human Services proposed a change to the Title X program, which provides low-income women (and some men) access to family planning services. Under the new regulations, which aren't ...

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AL.com

UAB students visit nuke test site, TB sanitarium, other historic public health spots
AL.com
While many college students were donning swimsuits on their summer break, 15 graduate and undergraduate students at the UAB School of Public Health tried on contamination suits used for working with Ebola patients. The students were part of a 12-day ...



The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)

Why States Worry That 'Association Health Plans' Will Be Magnets for Scam Artists
The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)
Within weeks, the Trump administration will make it easier for small businesses to band together to buy health insurance for their workers. The U.S. Department of Labor is putting the final touches on new rules for the insurance collaborations known as ...
How Democrats can turn the tables on health care.Slate Magazine

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The Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Marketing mental health: local providers, advocates prep for awareness campaign
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
She's a Bozeman artist and mental health advocate with Bring Change to Mind, an awareness nonprofit. Her talk Thursday at the GranTree Inn in Bozeman is tied to the start of a campaign in southwest Montana to lessen the stigma around mental health.


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