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First Edition: February 23, 2018

Today’s early morning highlights from the major news organizations. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS The post First Edition: February 23, 2018 appeared first on

Evaluations Of Medicaid Experiments By States, CMS Are Weak, GAO Says

Use Our Content This Kaiser Health News story can be republished for free (details). More Stories To Republish With federal spending on Medicaid experiments soaring in recent years, a congressional watchdog said state and federal governments fail to adequately evaluate

Ten ERs In Colorado Tried To Curtail Opioids And Did Better Than Expected

DENVER — One of the most common reasons patients head to an emergency room is pain. In response, doctors may try something simple at first, like ibuprofen or acetaminophen. If that wasn’t effective, the second line of defense has been the big

Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ The Long Wait Ends For Short-Term Plan Rules

The Trump administration finally released a long-awaited rule that would allow significant expansion of health insurance policies that do not meet all the requirements of the Affordable Care Act, both in terms of what they cover and how much they charge. The

Después del tiroteo “hay que respetar cómo los jóvenes lidian con sus sentimientos”

Estudiantes, profesores, familiares, están luchando por sobrellevar los terribles días posteriores a la masacre en la escuela secundaria Marjory Stoneman Douglas, en Parkland, Florida. Y una psicóloga de Maryland dice entenderlos especialmente. Use Nuestro ContenidoEste contenido puede usarse de manera gratuita (detalles). Christine

Viewpoints: ‘Street Opioids’ – Not Prescriptions – Drive Drug Crisis; Open Up Research On Gun Violence

Editorial pages focus on these health topics and others. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS The post Viewpoints: ‘Street Opioids’ – Not Prescriptions – Drive

Different Takes: Blame Entitlements For Soaring Budget Deficit; ‘Junk’ Health Plans Would Harm Middle Class

Opinion writers express views on health care policies. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS The post Different Takes: Blame Entitlements For Soaring Budget Deficit; ‘Junk’

Longer Looks: Gun Research; Kentucky’s Medicaid; And Missouri’s Death Penalty

Each week, KHN’s Shefali Luthra finds interesting reads from around the Web. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter €¢ Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS The post Longer Looks: Gun Research; Kentucky’s Medicaid; And

State Highlights: Medical Company Faces Criminal Charges Following Milwaukee Inmate’s Death; $7.5M Funds Approved in N.J. For Women’s Health

Media outlets report on news from Wisconsin, New Jersey, Ohio, Maryland, Minnesota, Florida, Kentucky, Virginia, South Carolina, New York, Missouri, Michigan, Texas, Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana, California and Massachusetts. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon •

New Cluster Of Cases Tells Story Of A Black Lung Epidemic That Is Emerging In Appalachia

The severity of the disease among miners at the Virginia clinics “knocked us back on our heels,” said David J. Blackley, an epidemiologist at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. In other public health news: rape kits, brain injuries, sepsis,