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Residents Of Richer Nations Have Higher Anxiety Rates Than Poorer Countries, Survey Shows

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Dangers Of Unregulated Stem Cell Treatments Highlighted After Three Women Lost Sight

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‘This Pain Has Gone Too Far’: Family’s Search For A Drug Treatment Bed Is Hauntingly Common Story In U.S.

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First Edition: March 16, 2017

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Obamacare Pushed Nonprofit Hospitals To Do Good Beyond Their Walls. Now What?

For the past six years, Mardi Chadwick has run a violence prevention program at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The program’s goal is to address broader, community-based health issues and social problems that make people ill or prone to repeated injury

Once Nearly Buried By Medical Bills, Farmer Braces For Insurance Drought

Darvin Bentlage’s health insurance plan used to be the same as all the other cattle farmers in Barton County, Mo., he said: to stay healthy until he turned 65, then get on Medicare. But when he turned 50, things did not go

Experimental Stem Cell Treatment Leaves 3 Women Blind

An experimental treatment — which blinded three women after stem cells from abdominal fat were injected into their eyes — was advertised on a government-run clinical trial website but lacked proper safeguards, researchers reported Wednesday. The report in the New England Journal

Health Exchange Enrollment Misses Obama Administration’s Goal, But Stays Steady

An estimated 12.2 million people signed up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act for 2017, federal officials reported Wednesday, down slightly from the 12.7 million who signed up for 2016. It was also fewer than the 13.8 million people the Obama

Where You Live May Determine How You Die. Oregon Leads The Way.

Americans who want to ensure they have a say in how they die should examine the lessons of Oregon, a new analysis suggests. Seriously ill people in that state are more likely to have their end-of-life wishes honored — including fewer intensive-care hospitalizations

Viewpoints: The Risks Of ‘Reforming’ Medicaid; Did The CBO Offer An ‘Indictment’ Of This Program?

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