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Fortune

Brainstorm Health: Trump Delays Drug Price Speech, Hepatitis A Outbreak, Romaine Lettuce
Fortune
Happy Monday, readers—I hope you had a wonderful weekend. This is Sy. Indiana health officials are urging residents who plan on traveling to Kentucky or Michigan to get Hepatitis A vaccines as an outbreak of the virus in the states leads to a mounting ...
Health officials advise travelers to Michigan to get hepatitis vaccine ...MLive.com
Hepatitis A: Who's at risk and how it's spread, according to health officialsWXYZ
ISDH: Indiana Hepatitis A Outbreak - IN.govIN.gov

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Sacramento Bee

Bill won't control health care costs in California, but it will devastate hospitals
Sacramento Bee
Last week, a bill that would dismantle California's health care delivery system as we know it was introduced in the Legislature. Assembly Bill 3087 would penalize millions of patients through massive cuts in services and result in as many as 175,000 ...

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Washington Post

Trump proposal could mean healthy people save on insurance while others get priced out
Washington Post
The Trump administration's proposal to build up short-term health insurance plans as a "lifeline" for people who can't afford Affordable Care Act coverage could split the insurance market in two, siphoning young, healthy people into cheaper, more ...
Insurer group issues warning on Trump administration's short-term health plan proposalThe Hill
Trump's big idea for health insurance excludes maternity care and barely covers addiction treatmentThinkProgress

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Medical News Today

Common allergic conditions linked to mental health
Medical News Today
At first glance, it seems unlikely that allergies and mental health would be linked in any way; itchy skin, a runny nose, and a wheezy chest don't seem to be particularly aligned with emotional and cognitive challenges. Lead study author Dr. Nian-Sheng ...

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CNBC

Old labels fail to describe the players that are shaping the health-care industry
CNBC
With new business models springing up in the health-care industry it is getting increasingly difficult to label what companies do. Most of the new models focus on cutting out the middle men to bring down costs for companies and their customers. Bertha ...



CNBC

Henry Schein to spin off animal health, merge it with Vets First Choice
CNBC
Health-care products distributor Henry Schein is spinning off its animal health business and merging it with Vets First Choice to form a new company called Vets First Corp. The deal, announced Monday, will combine Henry Schein's veterinary supplies ...
Henry Schein plans animal health spinoff, expects more than $1 blnMarketWatch
Henry Schein, Inc. - HSIC - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks

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CityLab

The Geography of Health in America
CityLab
The context surrounding health problems like these is the focus of the 2018 annual County Health Rankings Report: After eight years of focusing largely on place-based health discrepancies, this year's report seeks to highlight the disparities that ...



NBCNews.com

Why this family blames mental health system for teen's suicide
NBCNews.com
The hospital said it was committed to improving mental health care for children and adolescents and had taken several steps to improve care at its facility and in the region. "There is a tremendous need for improved access to mental health care and ...

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CNBC

Humana, private-equity firms to buy hospice operator Curo Health for $1.4 billion
CNBC
Humana is teaming up with two private-equity firms to buy privately held Curo Health Services for about $1.4 billion, the group's second such deal in five months that will create the largest hospice operator in the United States. The consortium, which ...

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Indian Country Today Media Network

Trump Administration Supports Changing Indian Health Programs That Will Sabotage Treaty Rights
Indian Country Today Media Network
The Trump administration is supporting a major policy shift on Indian health programs which could result in a loss of millions of dollars to the Indian Health Service while also sabotaging treaty rights. A story in Politico Sunday raised the issue. It ...

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