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India Aims For The World's Biggest Health Care Overhaul
NPR
That's the tale of two kinds of health care in India – for the wealthy and for the rest of the country. But the prime minister hopes to change all that. In his annual Independence Day speech on August 15, Narendra Modi is expected to unveil the biggest ...

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New York Times

Clues to Your Health Are Hidden at 6.6 Million Spots in Your DNA
New York Times
Scientists have created a powerful new tool to calculate a person's inherited risks for heart disease, breast cancer and three other serious conditions. By surveying changes in DNA at 6.6 million places in the human genome, investigators at the Broad ...
AP, HHMI expand collaboration to bolster health, science coverage - Associated PressAssociated Press

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Can Eating Crickets Boost Your Health?
WebMD
New research suggests that saving room on your plate for some crunchy, chirpy protein might be good for your health. Specifically, eating crickets may help improve the natural bacteria in your gut (microbiome) and reduce inflammation in your body. In a ...

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CNBC

Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft and other tech giants want to fix one of the most broken things about health care
CNBC
There are many broken things about the U.S. health care system. But one of the biggest and most overlooked problems is that patients still find it too hard to share their medical information between doctors, especially those working in different hospitals.
Tech Giants Pledge to Ease Patient, Provider Access to Health DataWall Street Journal
Amazon, Google, IBM Pledge Health Data Standards, InteroperabilityHealth IT Analytics

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Wearable devices and mobile health technology: One step towards better health
Science Daily
With increasing efforts being made to address the current global obesity epidemic, wearable devices and mobile health ("mHealth") technology have emerged as promising tools for promoting physical activity. However, current literature seems to indicate ...

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Washington Post

The Health 202: Health-care competition in Charlottesville a dramatic example of Obamacare's resilience
Washington Post
And even with this year's policy changes like the repeal of the individual mandate penalty and the expansion of low-cost, less-coverage short term and health association plans, insurers are projecting the market to be profitable and thus are able to ...
Senate Dems' midterm health care message: It's not just ACA repealAxios

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Fox News

Zika, West Nile virus reported in Alabama, health department warns
Fox News
Shelby County health officials confirmed at least one Zika case in Pelham, the Pelham Patch reported Monday. Officials, however, stressed that Zika hasn't been transmitted locally. “To date in Alabama, the Zika virus has only been identified in ...
Alabama Health Department investigating 'several cases' of Zika, West Nile Viruswhnt.com

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Forbes

Healthcare Is The No. 1 Issue For Voters; A New Poll Reveals Which Healthcare Issue Matters Most
Forbes
The stakes of the November 2018 elections are high for many reasons, but no issue is more important to voters than healthcare. In fact, NBC News and The Wall Street Journal found that healthcare was the No. 1 issue in a poll of potential voters.



ABC Action News

Department of Health: Unvaccinated child contracts measles in ...
ABC Action News
PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County is investigating a case of measles in an unvaccinated child. The infection was ...
Pinellas health officials report measles in an unvaccinated childTampa Bay Times
Health Dept. Investigating Unvaccinated Child With MeaslesU.S. News & World Report
Health department investigates unvaccinated Florida child with measlesWKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando

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PEOPLE.com

Aretha Franklin Resting at Home as Family Remains Hopeful Despite Health Battle, Says Nephew
PEOPLE.com
Aretha Franklin is surrounded by her loved ones and resting at home, a member of the iconic singer's family tells PEOPLE. “She's alert, laughing, teasing, able to recognize people,” Franklin's nephew Tim Franklin tells PEOPLE following the news of the ...

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