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Washington Post

The Health 202: Obamacare may lose 1.1 million people because of advertising cuts
Washington Post
The Department of Health and Human Services announced in August it will gut the marketing budget for enrollment in the marketplaces, spending just $10 million on promoting the law during the upcoming enrollment period that runs from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15.
Keeping the Alexander-Murray health care bill in contextAxios
Half of America skimps to pay for health care. The only fix is to cut waste.USA TODAY
The charitable health care racket -- Trump should slap new regulations on nonprofit hospitalsFox News
CNBC -ABC News
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The Hill (blog)

Bipartisanship gives focused health care reform new life
The Hill (blog)
have released a bipartisan plan to stabilize the health care marketplace and keep health insurance premiums down for the American people. Their fix is not yet law—the plan will need to clear several additional hurdles. But its very existence deserves ...

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Politico

States may roll back children's health coverage without money from Congress
Politico
Federal funds for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) expired Sept. 30, leaving states to come up with short-term fixes to keep their programs going. CHIP, now in its 20th year, primarily covers children from low-income families who earn too ...
This Child Health Care Program Ties the Hands of Parents. Now Is Congress' Chance to Make a Change.Daily Signal

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INSIDER

Kourtney Kardashian wants to 'break the cycle of always being there' for Scott Disick even though she's worried ...
INSIDER
Kourtney Kardashian worried about her ex Scott Disick on Sunday's "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Kourtney was concerned about Scott's health after receiving a text from a friend saying that he was "in a downward spiral" and needed to go to rehab.

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Fox News

Schumer says Senate votes are there for health care deal
Fox News
All 48 Democrats in the Senate would vote in favor of the bipartisan health care proposal that, in part, calls for resuming federal subsidies to insurers, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said on Sunday. “This is a good compromise,” he told NBC's ...
McConnell Signals Willingness to Hold Vote on Health Deal if Trump ApprovesNew York Times
McConnell says Trump needs to provide clarity on health careWashington Post
Schumer Says All 48 Democrats Are On Board With Health Care ...NBCNews.com
Politico -New York Magazine -Governing
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BBC News

Patients need rest, not antibiotics, say health officials
BBC News
More patients should be told to go home and rest rather than be given antibiotics, according to health officials. Public Health England (PHE) says up to a fifth of antibiotic prescriptions are unnecessary as many illnesses get better on their own ...
Don't ask GPs for antibiotics, new health campaign urgesThe Guardian

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McConnell says he's awaiting Trump guidance on health care
ABC News
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Sunday he'd be willing to bring bipartisan health care legislation to the floor — if Trump makes clear he supports it. A proposal by two senators - Republican Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and Democrat Patty ...

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Heart health disparities take toll on African-Americans
Reuters
(Reuters Health) - African-Americans have worse cardiovascular health and more deaths from heart disease than other groups, at least partly from less effective disease prevention and management efforts, according to a scientific statement from the ...

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Voice of America

Outrage, Condemnation in Zimbabwe over President's Global Health Post Nomination
Voice of America
Outrage against the nomination of Zimbabwe's president as a World Health Organization goodwill ambassador led to his swift removal from the post over the weekend. But the outrage appears strongest in his home country, where Robert Mugabe is largely ...

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Bloomberg

Triple Your Tax Breaks With This Health Savings Account
Bloomberg
As companies shift more health-care costs onto employees via plans with high deductibles, HSAs let workers put pretax dollars into savings accounts for medical expenses. They're similar to flexible spending plans (FSAs) but without the annual “use it ...

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