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The researchers say they've boosted the power of Google Flu Trends, which is based on searches for flu information, with flu monitoring data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...
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2015/01/29 11:41
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The number of businesses offering health insurance to Connecticut workers declined over the decade ending in 2013, the latest figures from a public heath foundation show. Research from the Robert...
2015/01/29 05:49
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LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) — Fewer workers received employer-sponsored health coverage after the Great Recession than they did before, but don’t put the blame squarely on the Affordable Care Act, a...
2015/01/29 05:06
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NASHVILLE -- New figures now project an estimated 280,000 low-income Tennesseans would initially qualify to enroll in Gov. Bill Haslam's proposed Insure Tennessee program, 40 percent more than...
2015/01/28 12:20
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PHILADELPHIA — More often than not, effective management of disability insurance claims related to mental illness requires a specialized understanding of the comorbid relationships they share with...
2015/01/26 23:25
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The Obama administration said Monday that it wants to speed up changes to Medicare so that within four years half of its traditional spending will go to doctors, hospitals and other providers that...
2015/01/25 16:20
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CHAMPAIGN — The past year was not an easy one for University of Illinois Chancellor Phyllis Wise, starting with personal attacks on Twitter for her decision not to cancel classes one bitter day in...
2015/01/24 04:03
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Despite a push from the President, students struggle with getting health insurance. Enrolling college students is one of many focuses of the 2015 Missoula Health Summit at the University of Montana....
2015/01/23 23:19
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PHILADELPHIA — More often than not, effective management of disability insurance claims related to mental illness requires a specialized understanding of the comorbid relationships they share with...
2015/01/23 17:43
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By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- More than three-quarters of Americans live close to at least one park or recreational facility, giving many people opportunity to exercise, a...
2015/01/23 03:42
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I am a nationally-acclaimed heart and lung transplant surgeon, former U. S. Senate Majority Leader, and chairman of the Executive Board of the health service private equity firm Cressey & Company. I...
2015/01/23 00:21
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Rutgers University on Thursday announced it had raised more than $1 billion as part of a 7½-year effort that will fund scholarships, new faculty, research and building projects. The total included...
2015/01/22 21:28
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Conversely, the Obamacare enrollees who would be more likely to be able to afford the insurance without the subsidy assistance or get coverage from another source after a Supreme Court ruling against...
2015/01/22 20:49
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LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch)—Roughly 6.3 million people just above the poverty line will drop their Obamacare coverage or face using as much as half of their income for health insurance if a Supreme...
2015/01/22 09:08
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The increase in Medicaid reimbursement for primary care providers, a key provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), was associated with a 7.7 percentage points increase in new patient appointment...
2015/01/21 19:10
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The National League of Cities' (NLC) Institute for Youth, Education, and Families has selected Savannah to be one of seven cities to participate in a Learning Collaborative on Health Disparities. The...
2015/01/20 22:37
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Foundation Urges Responsible Food Marketing to Kids Article date: January 20, 2015 By Stacy Simon A report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recommends new, stricter guidelines for the way...
2015/01/17 12:02
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Missouri spends less than any other state on tobacco-prevention programs, according to a recent study by Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK). The CTFK report was created in partnership with the...
2015/01/17 06:01
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When trying to make educated decisions, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information available online. But one digital resource in Greater Cincinnati is drilling down healthcare...
2015/01/15 20:49
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Shutterstock.com Soda companies spent $866 million to advertise sugary drinks last year, down 7% from $931 million in 2010, but kids and teens remain key targets, according to the report by the Yale...
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