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Sure, There's A Health Care Deal. That Doesn't Mean It Can Pass
NPR
A bipartisan coalition of 24 senators — 12 Republicans and 12 Democrats — has signed on to health care legislation to prop up the individual insurance market and keep premiums down. With the expected support of all Senate Democrats, it could have the ...
The Health 202: Obamacare insurers grapple with deep uncertaintyWashington Post
Trump may compound the health insurance industry's problemsSalon
Trump on health care: 90 seconds of talk, 5 fact checksPolitico
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USA TODAY

Trump's opioid commission turns to the role of health insurers in addiction crisis
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — President Trump's opioid commission will turn its attention Friday to the role health insurance policies might play in contributing to the addiction crisis, the chairman of the commission said. "Why are we still not seeing addiction ...

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New York Times

Will Mitch McConnell Help His Friend Get a Health Care Deal?
New York Times
But deep friendship aside, Mr. McConnell will be extremely cautious in moving ahead with the health care compromise that Mr. Alexander struck with Senator Patty Murray, a Washington Democrat, in an effort to stabilize the insurance exchanges for those ...
Alexander struggles to find health care breakthroughThe Hill
Trump appears to back further away from bipartisan health-care pushWashington Post
Collins urges Trump to back effort to restore health subsidyPBS NewsHour

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MarketWatch

Here's why taking care of your financial health can have even bigger benefits
MarketWatch
And they said they worried about money more than their own health, careers or love lives. People blamed money worries for stress, impaired social lives, and frayed marriages; they said financial concerns led to anxiety, headaches, difficulty sleeping ...



Amid doctors' hunger strike, Poland may boost health budget
ABC News
Young doctors holding a hunger strike, in demand of more government spending on the chronically strapped and inefficient health care at the Medial University's Children's Hospital in Warsaw, Poland, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Poland's government has ...

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Living Near a Forest Is Linked to Better Brain Health
Pacific Standard
In a study of older urban dwellers, it found living in close proximity to forest land is linked with strong, healthy functioning of a key part of the brain. This indicates that, compared with those who live in a mostly man-made environment, people who ...

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New York Times

Trump Pulls Back From Senate Deal to Fund Health Subsidies - The ...
New York Times
WASHINGTON — President Trump on Wednesday backed away from his endorsement of a bipartisan Senate proposal to stabilize health insurance markets, ...
Inside President Trump's health care deal flip-flopCNN
A short-term health deal by senators _ but Trump a questionABC News
New health deal falls flat with GOPThe Hill
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Boston Herald

2018 Health Connector rates spike after Trump subsidies announcement
Boston Herald
Tens of thousands of Massachusetts Health Connector members will see their premiums spike an average of 18 percent next year following President Trump's decision last week to end Obama-era health care subsidies, state officials said. “Due to the lack ...

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NPR

Administration Sends Mixed Signals On State Health Insurance Waivers
NPR
Emails flew between the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Washington and Oklahoma's Department of Health. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma, the only ACA insurer in the state, was on board. Everything had to be done by Monday, Sept.

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The Daily Herald

Health-care consumers need to take the lead, so get smart
The Daily Herald
Our health care system is a complicated Rube Goldberg-esque machine, capable of doing great things while also being complicated and frustrating, writes Dr. David Russian, CEO of Western Washington Medical Group. The system needs a steady hand at ...

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