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When Irma Arrived, Most Florida Health Care Facilities Were Ready
NPR
Another hurricane, another health care horror story. At least that's how it looked when eight patients died at a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida. The facility lost its air conditioning several days after Hurricane Irma struck. That event conjured ...

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Los Angeles Times

UC Irvine aims to transform public health with record-breaking $200-million donation
Los Angeles Times
Now the couple's passion for integrative health has led to the largest donation ever made to UC Irvine. On Monday, UC Irvine Chancellor Howard Gillman announced that the Samuelis have donated $200 million to launch what he billed as the nation's first ...
UCI Receives $200M Gift to Launch New Health SchoolU.S. News & World Report
UCI receives $200 million gift to name College of Health Sciences and launch major integrative health initiativeUCI News
UC Irvine receives $200 million gift for health sciencesKABC-TV

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Forbes

10 Foods That Science Suggests Really Do Contribute To Long-Term Health
Forbes
And its effects on global health are, unfortunately, showing. Here in the U.S., it can sometimes seem that dietary advice changes all the time. But that's not really the case. With a couple of exceptions (like the famous fats vs. sugar debate), what we ...

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New York Times

The Republican Health Care Zombie Is Back
New York Times
Republican lawmakers have wasted much of the year trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a move that would deprive millions of people of health insurance. They're back at it. Like a bad sequel to a terrible movie, a proposal whose main architects ...
The new GOP health-care measure goes further than the failed oneWashington Post
The Latest: Ryan rooting for Senate GOP health care overhaulABC News
Top Louisiana health official rips Cassidy over ObamaCare repeal billThe Hill
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CNBC

This Seattle start-up is building an Amazon Alexa for health care
CNBC
Voice is rapidly becoming big business in health care, as medical systems look for new ways to help doctors focus on the patient interaction, rather than the computer. Studies have shown that doctors today spend about a quarter of their time on the ...

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New York Times

Bill and Melinda Gates Grade the World's Health
New York Times
Bill and Melinda Gates handed the world a report card last week, assessing its progress on 18 global health indicators: infant mortality, AIDS, vaccine use, smoking rates and so on. Called “Goalkeepers,” the report was a huge statistical effort, three ...

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New York Times

The Best Health Care System in the World: Which One Would You ...
New York Times
Assessing the systems in eight countries can inform the debate in the U.S. over universal coverage.
Canadian doctor to U.S.: Don't trash single-payer health care, try itUSA TODAY

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Mashable

Kate Middleton explains in simple terms what mental health means in candid video
Mashable
Kate Middleton has spoken out about the difficulty in opening up about one's mental health in a video aimed at children and parents. Appearing in a video for charity Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, the Duchess of Cambridge ...
Kate Middleton Introduces Animated Film About Mental HealthE! Online
The Duchess Launches New Mental Health CampaignVogue.co.uk

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Axios

Murray makes big concession in bipartisan health talks
Axios
Why this matters: The two GOP senators whose votes may matter the most for the latest repeal and replacement push, Lisa Murkowski and John McCain, have made it clear that they want health care legislation to be bipartisan. If Murray and Alexander can ...

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No sole factor in Central Washington birth-defect cluster, health officials say
Seattle Times
YAKIMA — After a nearly two-year investigation, the state Department of Health has concluded that there was no sole factor to blame for a cluster of fatal birth defects in Yakima and neighboring counties between 2010 and 2016, according to a report ...

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