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If Republicans Revive Health Care Again, This Is What It Could Mean For Your State
NPR
Graham-Cassidy would eliminate the premiums that help people pay for their health insurance and payments helping insurance companies keep prices down, and it would also take away the Medicaid expansion created under Obamacare. States that took ...
McCain Announces Opposition to Republican Health Bill, Likely Dooming ItNew York Times
Graham-Cassidy health care bill to replace ObamaCare: What is itFox News
If the US Adopts the GOP's Health-Care Bill, It Would Be an Act of Mass SuicideThe New Yorker
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New York Times

Canada Letter: Health Care Comparisons and an NYT Offer
New York Times
Aaron E. Carroll, a professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine, and Austin Frakt, a health economist with several governmental and academic affiliations, frequently analyze health care policy for The Upshot. (They also have an ...



Reuters.com

Health Secretary Price's use of private jets under review
Reuters.com
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Tom Price (R) and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway brief reporters after their meeting on opioid addiction with President Trump at his nearby Bedminster golf estate, at a hotel in ...
White House Says It Didn't Sign Off on Health Secretary's Private Jet UseBloomberg
US Health Secretary Tom Price's private air travel probedBBC News
The scandal over Health Secretary Tom Price's private charter flights, explainedVox

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Los Angeles Times

Mosquitoes spread deadly diseases, and public health experts hope to fight back with this new emoji
Los Angeles Times
That oversight cries out for a fix, according to a pair of public-health specialists. That's why they have petitioned a group called the Unicode Consortium to include a female mosquito — the only kind that bite humans and spread disease — in the next ...

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Fox News

Newt Gingrich: Health care in America -- the single-payer disaster
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According to POLITICO/Morning Consult, 49 percent of American voters say they would support a single-payer health care system, where the only provider of health insurance in the United States would be the federal government. Think about that: The same ...

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Ars Technica

FTC serves health-app maker massive slice of humble pie—and $1.5M bill
Ars Technica
Users that succeeded were promised cash rewards, while those who broke their health “pact” paid penalties. But according to the Federal Trade Commission, it was the app maker that saw diet and exercise results—it feasted on users' bank accounts and ...

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Press Herald

Sen. Collins says she's leaning 'no' on Graham-Cassidy health care bill
Press Herald
“If Medicaid is cut that hospital will not survive,” Collins said. “It's the biggest employer in town. It has 180 good-paying jobs. So not only would people lose access to health care that they need, it would be a devastating blow to the community. You ...
GOP Sen. Susan Collins is 'leaning against' Republicans' latest health-care billThe Week Magazine

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SFGate

Dear Abby: Family's health problems have father considering paternity test
SFGate
Dear Abby: My first marriage ended in divorce 35 years ago because my wife cheated on me several times. I suspected then that I wasn't my daughter's biological father. Lately I have been wondering about my son, too. Both are in their late 30s now ...

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Chicago Tribune

Rauner's approach on Republican health care plan draws criticism from Democrats who want his office
Chicago Tribune
That's prompted criticism from the Democrats, who are vying to unseat him next year and working to turn the national fight over health care into a campaign issue for the governor. Rauner often doesn't make statements or reveal positions on national ...

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Fox News

How much does our health care cost? Americans have the right to know
Fox News
Even as uncertainty about the health insurance market continues, one thing is certain: more Americans are paying higher out-of-pocket amounts for their health care. One bellwether of this trend is the percentage of Americans with high-deductible health ...

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