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Daily Archives: January 30, 2018

Viewpoints: Long-Term Care Insurance Faces A ‘Daunting Challenge’; Do Prisoners Deserve Pricey Cures?

Opinion writers from around the country express views on a range of health issues.

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Parsing Policies: Pros And Cons Of Medicaid Changes; The Toll Of Rising Medicare Out-Of-Pocket Costs

Editorial pages feature thoughts on health policy topics.

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State Highlights: Hospital Board’s Vote To Close Delivery Room Broke D.C. Law; Minn. Task Force Calls For ‘Dramatic’ Reforms To Prevent Elder Abuse

Media outlets report on news from Minnesota, Kansas, Maryland, Wisconsin, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia and Oregon.

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Judge Rules Texas’ Fetal Tissue Burial Law ‘Lacks Merit,’ Issues Temporary Block On Legislation

U.S. District Judge David Ezra said the state did not show how the measure has a public health purpose.

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Fitness App Might Be Unfit For Use: Sensitive Military Sites In Iraq And Syria Are Exposed

The U.S. military is reviewing its policies for the use of wireless trackers, like the popular Strava fitness app, after maps were posted online showing where service members and aid workers run and bike. In other health and technology news: online forums are flagging suspicious research and a messaging system for young teens gets a red light.

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It’s Not Too Late: You Should Still Get The Flu Shot, Health Officials Urge

While the season is expected to start to wane soon, experts still say you should get vaccinated.

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Fault Lines Emerge Between Oncologists Over Necessity Of Chemotherapy

There has been a trend toward using chemotherapy less in the early stages of breast cancer, but some doctors worry that means patients are not getting the treatment they need. In other public health news: heart disease, freezing eggs, the human genome, e-cigarettes, sleep and more.

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Criminals Selling Opioids Anonymously Online Are In For ‘Rude Awakening,’ Attorney General Vows

A new team comprised of dozens of agents is part of a new Justice Department effort to target cybercriminals involved with illicit online drug markets. Meanwhile, just how many painkillers do you need after a surgery?

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Virginia Speaker Relaxes Stance Against Medicaid Expansion With Possibility Of Work Requirements

Virginia House Speaker M. Kirkland Cox says the path forward hinges on Gov. Ralph Northam and other Democrats’ willingness to back legislation that imposes work requirements on existing Medicaid recipients. Northam is against the work mandate, but he has said he could get behind a “work search” program.

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20-Week Abortion Ban Struck Down By Senate In Largely Symbolic Vote Ahead Of Midterms

The legislation is the top agenda for many in the anti-abortion movement. The vote forced Democrats in swing states to go on record against it in a politically volatile year.

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