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Trusted health sites spread myths about a deadly pregnancy complication
But you'd never know it from the incomplete, imprecise, outdated and sometimes misleading information published by some of the most trusted consumer health sites in the country. Instead, you might come away with the impression that, as Harvard Health ...


Health Care Is Broken. Oscar Health Thinks Tech Can Fix It
But they've continually been stifled by one kind of information that's very hard to organize: health care data. The industry in America is a mess: yoked together with confusing regulations, perverse incentives, and computers running Windows XP ...
Google parent company invests $375 million in Oscar HealthCNNMoney
Brainstorm Health: Icahn Backs Down, Alphabet's Oscar Health Investment, Big Tech and AIFortune
Google Bets $375M On Medicare Advantage With Oscar Health StakeForbes
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To Keep You Healthy, Health Insurers May Soon Pay Your Rent
A homeless man in Phoenix named T.J. made 254 trips to the emergency room, had 32 hospital admissions and cost UnitedHealth Group, the nation's largest health insurance company, and the U.S. healthcare system more than $294,000 since 2015.
The Costs of a National Single-Payer Healthcare System - Mercatus CenterMercatus Center
The Costs of a National Single-Payer Healthcare System | Mercatus CenterMercatus Center

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Apple is beefing up a team to explore making its own health chips
Apple has a team exploring a custom processor that can make better sense of health information coming off sensors from deep inside its devices, job listings show. The effort hints at Apple's ability to pump out custom chips on as-needed basis ...
Apple wants to build a custom health chip for processing biometric dataThe Verge
CNBC: Apple developing chips for processing health data on new fitness sensors9to5Mac
Apple's Next Custom Chip Could Be for Health DataMotley Fool
Healthcare IT News -MarketWatch -VentureBeat -Apple - Jobs at Apple-Search
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Feds Urge States To Encourage Cheaper Health Plans Off Insurance Exchanges
For people who make too much money to qualify for health insurance subsidies on the individual market, there may be no Goldilocks moment when shopping for a plan. No choice is just right. A policy with an affordable premium may come with a deductible ...
Democrats are out to sabotage the middle class on health careNew York Post
The Health 202: Health-care competition in Charlottesville a dramatic example of Obamacare's resilienceWashington Post
For the first time in years, health care may be a winning issue for -Health Affairs -Congressional Budget Office -Margolis Center for Health Policy - Duke University
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India Aims For The World's Biggest Health Care Overhaul
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 Wednesday, Narendra Modi is expected to unveil the biggest ...
India is rolling out a health-care plan for half a billion people. But are there enough doctors?Washington Post
India's Strong Economy Continues to Lead Global GrowthInternational Monetary Fund
Ayushman Bharat - National Health Protection Mission | National Portal of IndiaNational Portal of India -Times of India -D'Amore-McKim School of Business - Northeastern University
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Leverage Tech to Solve Public Health Problems, Expert Urges
MedPage Today
WASHINGTON -- Healthcare leaders must partner with technology experts to effect real change in the public health sector, according to a former Obama administration official. "There's a door open and if we don't run through that ... we are missing a ...

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41 deaths from Ebola in Congo, health officials 'worried'
The current outbreak is now bigger than the previous outbreak in the Equateur Province of Congo, which was declared over on July 24. During that outbreak, 53 cases were reported including 29 deaths, according to Tedros. Health officials said last week ...

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Cloutier advocates for public health
Lewiston Sun Journal
During her tenure as a Lewiston City Councilor, Kristen Cloutier has been a strong advocate for many public health issues. As a member of the Lewiston Area Public Health Committee, she has worked alongside other community leaders to advocate for lead ...

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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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