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Fear Compromises The Health, Well-Being Of Immigrant Families, Report Finds
12/13/2017 10:10:25 AM
Interviews with immigrants from 15 countries and pediatricians in eight states reveal that fear of deportation is putting parents and children under heightened stress, impeding daily activities and jeopardizing long-term health.
Viewpoints: Congress Helped Create Opioid Crisis; Thoughts On Assisted Suicide
12/13/2017 09:10:14 AM
A selection of opinions on health care from news outlets around the country.
Parsing The Policies: Undoing The Individual Mandate; Medicare, Medicaid Cuts Are On The Horizon
12/13/2017 09:10:10 AM
Opinion writers offer their thoughts on a range of health policy issues.
Perspectives: With Federal Government Stalled Over Drug Prices, States Should Be Allowed To Act
12/13/2017 09:10:06 AM
Read recent commentaries about drug-cost issues.
A Pill To Knock Out Hookworm Costs 10,000 Times More In U.S. Than In Tanzania
12/13/2017 09:10:02 AM
News outlets report on stories related to pharmaceutical pricing.
State Highlights: In Ga., Blue-Ribbon Panel Urges More Kids’ Mental Health Services; Mass. Watchdog Agency Launches Review Of Planned Hospital Mega-Merger
12/13/2017 09:09:57 AM
Media outlets report on news from Georgia, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C., Minnesota, Ohio, Arizona, Texas, Kansas, Washington, Pennsylvania, Illinois, New Hampshire and California.
Massachusetts Ranks As Healthiest State, While Mississippi Clocks In At The Bottom
12/13/2017 09:09:53 AM
The report from the United Health Foundation found that states in the lower rankings struggled with particularly high rates of poverty among kids, smoking and obesity.
‘Fantastically Promising’ Trial For Drug To Treat Huntington’s Giving Hope To Formerly Hopeless
12/13/2017 09:09:48 AM
Patients and doctors often say Huntington's is like having Alzheimer's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Parkinson's disease -- all at the same time. In other public health news: mental health and guns; the flu shot; a president's health; gluten in medication; and more.
There’s No HIV Cure Yet, But With Each Promising Case, Scientists Become More Excited
12/13/2017 09:09:44 AM
There have been a few unique cases recently that have offered movement forward toward an eventual cure.
‘This Isn’t A Wave. It’s A Tsunami’: Opioid Epidemic Creating Flood Of Kids Into Foster System
12/13/2017 09:09:40 AM
An already strained system is being stretched even further with a new generation of children displaced from their homes in one way or another because of the addiction crisis. In other news, the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration says a 2016 law needs to be revised because it makes regulating opioids more difficult for the agency.