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Saunas Are A Hot Trend, And They Might Even Help Your Health
NPR
And indeed, research has shown an association between certain positive health outcomes and regular sauna use. A 2015 study covering more than 2,300 middle-aged men in Finland found the more frequently a man took a sauna, the lower his risk of fatal ...

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CNN

5 ways the government shutdown could be bad for your health
CNN
The government plays an outsized role in protecting our public health. A little more than half of the employees at the Department of Health and Human Services -- 41,203 out of 82,148 -- would be furloughed, according to the department's 2017 ...
In The Event Of A Shutdown … How It Might Affect Your HealthKaiser Health News
Influenza might be spread simply by breathing, study findsNBCNews.com

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New York Times

What Is the Health and Nutritional Value of Mushrooms?
New York Times
Q. What is the health and nutritional value of mushrooms? A. Mushrooms may lack the deep green or brilliant red hues consumers have come to associate with nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables, but they are a “powerhouse of nutrition” and not a white ...



CNBC

Amazon just hired a top Seattle doctor who ran a network of health clinics
CNBC
Amazon didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. We tried to contact Levine through LinkedIn and haven't heard back. Last year, Amazon recruited health-technology expert Missy Krasner from Box. Krasner works on "special projects" at Amazon ...

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Washington Post

HHS releases new rule on health workers' religious, moral objections
Washington Post
This post has been updated. Citing President Trump's “pro-life mission,” the Health and Human Services Department announced actions on Friday that are designed to roll back key health-care policies of the Obama administration. Roger Severino, director ...

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Marketplace.org

Here's why more Americans now lack health insurance
Marketplace.org
Miller's husband lost his job at a rock radio station in Morgantown, West Virginia, after 20 years. “I was frightened,” she said. “Not because of him losing the job. It was losing the insurance.” Buying coverage on their own was too expensive. Medicaid ...

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Scientific American (blog)

Trump's New "Treatment Refusal" Rule Puts Discrimination Ahead of Patients' Health
Scientific American (blog)
When it comes to medical care, the needs and health of patients should always come first. But a new federal office and a new proposed regulation from the Trump Administration are trying to elevate the personal beliefs of providers above the command to ...

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Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas shooting report explores gunman's mental health
Las Vegas Review-Journal
The early-September stay was detailed in an extensive 81-page report released Friday by Metro. The report provided a comprehensive look at the events leading up the shooting and gave insight into Paddock's mental health. Paddock had no known mental ...

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Forbes

Government Shutdown To Furlough 41000 US Health Workers
Forbes
The U.S. Senate had to pass a short-term spending bill by midnight Friday to avoid a government shutdown but were unable to do so. The U.S. House of Representatives earlier this week approved a short-term funding bill. Aside from routine funding of the ...

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Washington Post

The nation's first Medicaid work rules loom, and many fear losing health coverage
Washington Post
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Matt Bevin is exultant as his administration sets out to transform Medicaid. Only a week ago, he won federal permission to pursue a goal that has animated his two years in office: making hundreds of thousands of poor Kentuckians ...
Cutting out the health care middle man: MS PulseJackson Clarion Ledger

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