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New York Times

Do Not Eat Romaine Lettuce, Health Officials Warn
New York Times
The warning came just as millions of Americans were preparing for the biggest food holiday of the year. People should not buy or eat romaine lettuce; restaurants should stop serving it; anyone who has it on hand should throw it out and clean the ...
Don't eat romaine lettuce, health officials sayBoston.com
Health officials: Don't eat romaine lettuce due to a new E. coli outbreakWPTV.com
Romaine lettuce is not safe to eat, CDC warns US consumersWashington Post
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NPR

How Do Wishes Granted To Very Sick Kids Affect Their Health?
NPR
Tiffany Rowe, a 46-year-old life coach in the San Francisco Bay area, still remembers how it felt as a teenager to be hoisted onstage to dance with Michael Jackson during his Bad concert tour. She was 15 and recovering from an excruciating round of ...
James Fahner, MD | Pediatric Hematology-Oncology | Spectrum Health Find A DoctorFind a Doctor | Spectrum Health
Impact of a Make-A-Wish experience on healthcare utilization | Pediatric Research - NatureNature
Aplastic anemia | Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) – an NCATS ProgramGenetic and Rare Diseases Information Center - NIH

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Engaging Employees in Health Benefit Design Increases Satisfaction With Coverage Options
AJMC.com Managed Markets Network
As open enrollment continues, a new case study from the National Pharmaceutical Council has found that when employees are meaningfully engaged in deliberating and designing their healthcare benefits, they are more likely to have a positive view of ...



Forbes

Britain's Storied National Health Service Is Chasing A Tech Upgrade
Forbes
It's hard to fathom the challenge of being Matt Hancock. Britain's recently-appointed health secretary manages the country's 70-year-old, state-run healthcare system. The British take enormous pride in their National Health Service (NHS), giving it a ...



NBCNews.com

Mother of US diplomat hurt in 'health attack' speaks out
NBCNews.com
WASHINGTON — The mother of a U.S. diplomat who fell ill after suspected "health attacks" in China is speaking out, sharing her family's harrowing story publicly in hopes of raising awareness about the potential danger facing American diplomats and ...

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Bloomberg

A $2 Billion Health Empire Run by Four Sisters Makes a Comeback
Bloomberg
Health-care is becoming one of India's largest businesses, with the size of the hospital industry projected to more than double to $133 billion over the next four years, according to the government's India Brand Equity Foundation. Most patients pay ...



Health Affairs (blog)

Health Care Providers And Researchers Have An Obligation To Expose The Horrors of Gun Violence
Health Affairs (blog)
Those on the frontlines of health care in communities across the U.S. are well aware of the horrors of gun violence: prehospital care providers, emergency room (ER) doctors, trauma surgeons, nurses, and so many others who have the grave misfortune to ...

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Tampa Bay Times

Florida's new House Speaker wants to reduce government, health care spending
Tampa Bay Times
"If you have come here to seek healthcare access and affordability, if that is your main concern, use your power to lift the government-granted monopolies and the market-restricting regulations which have led to widespread price gouging of our citizens ...

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WCPO

Health officials issue advisory after Hamilton County bakery worker diagnosed with hepatitis A
WCPO
A previous version of this story misidentified the community where the bakery is located after it was misidentified in an advisory by county health officials. WCPO regrets the error. MIAMI TOWNSHIP (HAMILTON COUNTY), Ohio -- A worker at a Miami ...

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Charlotte Observer

Atrium Health cheated employees over retirement, health benefits, lawsuit claims
Charlotte Observer
A group of former Atrium Health employees has filed a federal class action lawsuit against the health care company, alleging that the massive hospital chain has cheated thousands of employees over retirement and health benefits by falsely claiming to ...
Plaintiffs challenge Atrium Health for claiming government exemption from ERISAPensions & Investments
Atrium Health accused of cheating staffers on health, pension benefitsModernHealthcare.com
Lawsuit: Atrium Health cheated workers out of benefitsWRAL.com
Charlotte Observer
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