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31% of Beneficiaries Face Social Isolation, More Health Risks
HealthPayerIntelligence.com
The survey reveals that payers could benefit by addressing social isolation among their elderly members because reducing loneliness enhances member satisfaction as well as overall health. Seniors recognize the importance of creating strong social bonds ...

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New York Times

Greece's Biggest Migrant Camp Is a Mental Health Crisis, Aid Groups Say
New York Times
ATHENS — Aid groups are warning of a growing safety and mental health crisis in Greece's largest migrant camp, a combustible place where violence, attempted suicide, untreated psychological trauma and unsanitary conditions are commonplace, even as ...

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The Tennessean

Aspire Health hacked by phishing scheme, lost 'protected health information'
The Tennessean
Aspire Health, a large Nashville health care company that offers in-home treatment in 25 states, was hacked earlier this month and lost at least some patient information to an unknown cyberattacker. The hack, disclosed for the first time in federal ...

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CBS News

Andrea Constand's impact statement: Bill Cosby "robbed me" of my health, vitality and trust
CBS News
The following victim impact statement was submitted in writing by Andrea Constand, the former Temple University employee whom Bill Cosby was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting in 2004, and released by prosecutors at Cosby's sentencing ...

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NPR

Suicide By Women Is A Major Public Health Concern In India
NPR
As a part of the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors Study 2016, a group of 30 public health researchers and doctors across India examined and evaluated data from national sources to study the suicide death rates for men and women.

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Insomnia symptoms, overall health improve with online insomnia program
Science Daily
In a year-long study involving 1,711 people, researchers found online cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) improved not only insomnia symptoms, but functional health, psychological well-being and sleep-related quality of life. The study was published Sept.

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PEOPLE.com

Gina Rodriguez Suffers Health Scare After Eating Blueberry Backstage at The Talk
PEOPLE.com
The Jane the Virgin star, 34, had a health scare backstage on Tuesday when she accidentally ate a blueberry — and she's severely allergic. “We just want to start out asking if you are ok, because you had a health incident backstage,” host Sara Gilbert ...

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ESPN

Everson Griffen ordered by Vikings to get mental health evaluation
ESPN
The Minnesota Vikings informed Everson Griffen and his agent last week that the star defensive end would not be allowed back with the team until he underwent a mental health evaluation, according to a police incident report obtained by ESPN's Courtney ...
Mental health struggles surface for Vikings' Everson GriffenMinnesota Public Radio News
Vikings' Griffen battling serious mental-health issueNFL.com
Report: Everson Griffen at Mental Health Facility After Wife Called PoliceBleacher Report
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Greenville News

GHS-Palmetto health system to become Prisma Health in 2019
Greenville News
Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health announced on Tuesday that the partnership they formed last year will officially become Prisma Health in 2019. The organization, which was called SC Health Co. over the past year or so, is the largest health ...
Palmetto Health has a new (and very different) name. What do you think?The State
GHS, Palmetto Health unite to form Prisma HealthWYFF Greenville
Greenville Health System, Palmetto Health merging to form Prisma HealthFOX Carolina
Greenville Journal
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Forbes

Government Data Says Millions Of Health Records Are Breached Every Year
Forbes
Either hackers want your health data, or companies like health insurers can't keep that information safe. That's a according to a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The number of annual health data breaches increased 70% to ...

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