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Business Insider

Trump's doctor says he's in 'excellent health,' but the numbers tell a different story
Business Insider
White House doctor Ronny Jackson maintained that President Trump is in "excellent health" at a Tuesday press conference in which he released some details from his physical exam, but other information that Jackson revealed — including some of the ...
Dr. Ronny Jackson's glowing bill of health for TrumpCNN
Doctor Declares Trump's Health Excellent, With Perfect Score on Cognitive TestNew York Times
White House doctor deems Trump mentally 'very sharp,' in 'excellent' healthNBCNews.com
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USA TODAY

Good genes? How can Trump eat a lot of fast food, exercise little and be healthy?
USA TODAY
The White House physician maintained President Trump is in "excellent health" Tuesday, despite what a new book describes as his strong attraction to fast food, including cheeseburgers in bed. Ronny Jackson, the White House physician, said the 71-year ...
Trump Is in 'Excellent Health,' Doctor Says After ExamNew York Times
President Trump Gets 'Excellent Health' Report From White House DoctorTIME
Donald Trump in excellent health - White House doctorBBC News
CNN -Fox News -Washington Post
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New York Times

GOP to Use Children's Health Insurance as Lure for Averting Shutdown
New York Times
But Democrats would still be left with a difficult political decision: withhold their votes unless the plight of such immigrants, known as Dreamers, is addressed and risk a government shutdown, or vote to keep the government open and fund the Children ...

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The Hill

GOP leaders pitch children's health funding in plan to avert shutdown
The Hill
That means House Speaker Paul Ryan · Paul Davis RyanMcConnell names Senate GOP tax conferees House Republican: 'I worry about both sides' of the aisle on DACA Overnight Health Care: 3.6M signed up for ObamaCare in first month | Ryan pledges ...

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IU Newsroom

IU Health, IU break ground on IU Health Regional Academic Health Center
IU Newsroom
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Community leaders, Indiana University faculty, staff and students, and health care providers gathered today to celebrate the official ceremonial groundbreaking of the new IU Health Regional Academic Health Center on the campus of ...

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USA TODAY

Presidential health: Here's what we know about health of Obama, Bush and Clinton
USA TODAY
Over the course of Obama's eight years in office, his physical reports pointed to one thing: Obama was healthy and enjoyed "all the benefits of good health." The reports listed Obama's vitals, as well as his lab results and previous medical history ...

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Politico

Administration to shield health workers who refuse to perform abortions or treat transgender patients
Politico
The Trump administration is planning new protections for health workers who don't want to perform abortions, refuse to treat transgender patients based on their gender identity or provide other services for which they have moral objections. Under a ...



The Nation.

The Health-Care Industry Is Sick
The Nation.
In the end, none of the options was necessary. Health Net called my doctor's office. “We made a mistake,” they said. The machine will be covered. I'm glad the problem got resolved. I'm looking forward to breathing and sleeping better at night. But I am ...



CNBC

Amazon is hiring a health privacy expert for 'new initiative'
CNBC
Amazon is looking to hire an expert in a set of health privacy regulations known as HIPAA, according to a new job listing. The company is looking for a professional who can "own and operate" the security and compliance aspects of a new initiative. The ...

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PBS NewsHour

1 million Americans pool money in religious 'ministries' to pay for health care
PBS NewsHour
Two years ago, when Lane Chesley sat down at his home office computer and logged on to Healthcare.gov, with a plan to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, he was shocked to discover his family's premiums had skyrocketed to $36 ...


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