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Health giant Sutter destroyed evidence in crucial antitrust case over high prices, judge says
Los Angeles Times
Sutter Health intentionally destroyed 192 boxes of documents that employers and labor unions were seeking in a lawsuit that accuses the giant Northern California health system of abusing its market power and charging inflated prices, according to a ...

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NPR

U.S. Health Policy Idea Gets Rave Reviews From Canadians : Shots ...
NPR
A center created by the Affordable Care Act to foster innovations in health care is at risk in Donald Trump's U.S. But some Canadian health analysts see it as a ...

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Madison.com

Madison Latino Health Fair to offer free screenings and information Saturday
Madison.com
Established in 1996, the Latino Health Council has used education, advocacy, counseling and networking to support well-being in the Latino community. They put on several events throughout the year, including the health fair and teen health bash, and ...



Roll Call

Who Really Gets a Tax Increase if the Individual Mandate Goes Away?
New York Times
Here's why: The subsidies Obamacare offers to low- and middle-income Americans who buy their own insurance take the form of refundable tax credits, a kind of government-issued gift card that can be used only to buy health insurance. But if fewer people ...
Murkowski Suggests Tax Vote Depends on Stabilizing Individual Health Insurance MarketRoll Call
If The GOP Kills The Health Insurance Mandate, We May Finally ...FiveThirtyEight
Murkowski says health care bill needs Congress' attentionFairbanks Daily News-Miner
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NBCNews.com

Millions of kids may lose health insurance over missed deadline by ...
NBCNews.com
The deadline for renewing CHIP, the federal health insurance program for low-income children, passed while legislators were busy squabbling over ...

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Engadget

Garmin and Samsung wearables could earn you health care savings
Engadget
Wearable devices for health and fitness aren't anything new, of course, but insurance companies aren't really known for their fast response to tech trends. That may be changing, though, as big companies like Aetna and John Hancock have started offering ...

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Chicago Tribune

Mental health summit aims to help young black men, boys cope with trauma
Chicago Tribune
Tiana Jorman, who has counseled gang members and at-risk youths for nearly a decade, is bringing together mental health professionals, youth advocates and activists on Nov. 18, 2017, to discuss trauma and mental health. (William Lee / Chicago Tribune).



InsideClimate News

API Disputes African-American Health Study, Cites Genetics
InsideClimate News
The American Petroleum Institute, the nation's largest oil and gas trade organization, is dismissing the findings of a study on the risks facing African Americans who live near oil and gas facilities, saying that health disparities may be caused by ...

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Washington Post

The Health 202: House Republicans are divided over individual mandate push in tax plan
Washington Post
“Republicans who think they'll be able to jam through a partisan bill that spikes health-care premiums and then make it all better by pointing to our bipartisan bill to reduce health costs are either fooling themselves or trying to fool their ...
US House, Senate Committee Tax Bills Threatens the Health and Well Being of Americans and Undercuts Investments ...Union of Concerned Scientists
Editorial: GOP attack on Californians' health is most brutal yetThe Mercury News
This Tax Bill Is Now a Health Care BillNew York Times
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VA's quiet plan to widen private care with TRICARE stirs ire
ABC News
As part of its effort to expand private health care, the Department of Veterans Affairs is exploring the possibility of merging its health system with the Pentagon's, a cost-saving measure that veterans groups say could threaten the viability of VA ...

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