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Daily Archives: January 26, 2018

Viewpoints: Anthem’s ER Policy Is ‘Anti-Consumer’; China Is Preparing To Threaten U.S. Lead in Science

Opinion writers from around the country look at these topics and other health care issues.

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Research Roundup: Diabetes And Breast Feeding; Hospital Closures; And Diagnostics

Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs.

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State Highlights: NYC’s Free Lead Testing Draws Only Small Number Of Children; Texas’s Nursing Home Chain Blames Lawsuits for Bankruptcy

Media outlets report on news from Massachusetts, Kansas, Minnesota, Florida, Wisconsin and New Hampshire.

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Large New England Health Systems Take Definitive Steps Toward Merger

Partners HealthCare of Boston and Care New England Health System of Providence said an “important milestone has been reached” in talks that started last year.

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What Happens In The Body When We Gain Weight, And Why Is It So Hard To Lose?

In a small study, researchers found that 318 genes worked differently after most subjects had gained even a little weight. In other public health news: hope for fixing brain damage caused by strokes, a look at the mitochondria, and the spread of aid-in-dying laws.

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Mosquitoes Love How We Smell, But Even Just Swatting At Them Can Deter Them From Snacking On You

Scientists found that mosquitoes may learn to associate vibrations from swatting with a person’s smell, which can turn them off from trying to feed in that environment if there is a friendlier one nearby.

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In Midst Of Opioid ‘Epidemic Of Historic Proportions,’ Cities Mull Controversial Safe-Injection Facilities

Philadelphia is looking into the idea of creating a facility to allow people to safely use their drugs in the hopes of preventing fatal overdoses. Research suggests opening just one site in the city could save nearly 80 people a year. “We have an obligation to do everything we can to prevent those people from dying,” Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley says.

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This Year’s Flu Is Particularly Scary. Here’s What You Need To Know About It.

The Washington Post talks with health officials to get the low down on this year’s flu, which has been the most widespread on record. Meanwhile, outlets look at flu deaths in Florida and New Hampshire.

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Advocates’ Plea Over NAFTA Trade Talks: Don’t Favor Drugmakers Over Patients

The groups argued against expanding monopolies that would thwart generic competition; rules that would restrict government rights to control prices; and maintaining so-called investor-state disputes which, under international trade treaties, allow companies to initiate claims against foreign governments.

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Special Counsel Report Slams VA’s Slow Response To Whistle-Blower Complaints About Manchester Clinic

The Office of Special Counsel says the Department of Veterans Affairs dismissed complaints and only reacted once the media started reporting on the state of care at the clinic.

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