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New York Times

Reuniting and Detaining Migrant Families Pose New Mental Health Risks
New York Times
Migrants waiting for asylum hearings outside the port of entry on the American border in Tijuana, Mexico. Traumatic experiences such as family separations or indefinite detention may lead to mental health problems later in life.CreditSandy Huffaker for ...

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HuffPost

America Has A Health Care Gap, And Insurance Alone Won't Fix It
HuffPost
Health in America is characterized by profound divides; we have become a nation of health haves and health have nots. There is a 20-year life-expectancy gap between the country's healthiest and least healthy counties, and a similar life-expectancy gap ...

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What Detention And Separation Mean For Kids' Mental Health
NPR
Psychologists say that for migrant kids already in government facilities, a short separation from parents may be enough to cause lasting damage. Facebook; Twitter; Flipboard; Email. Read All About It: Breaking News From NPR. When major news happens, ...



New York Times

When a Health Insurer Also Wants to Be a Hospice Company
New York Times
That insurer, Humana, is making an unusual bet beyond the current strategy of health insurers to merge with pharmacies or buy up doctors' practices. In teaming up with two investment firms, Humana plans to buy two hospice chains that together would ...



NPR

Fearing Deportation, Some Immigrants Opt Out Of Health Benefits For Their Kids
NPR
The fear of family separation is not new for many immigrants already living in the U.S. In fact, that fear, heightened in recent weeks, has been forcing a tough decision for some families. Advocates say a growing number of American children are ...

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Lifehacker Australia

What's an Association Health Care Plan?
Lifehacker Australia
“We expect this new federal law will spark a rise in both insurers refusing to pay medical bills and medical bankruptcies, both of which have fallen since 2010, when the health law went into effect,” Frederick Isasi, executive director of the left ...

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U.S. News & World Report

Study: Normalization of Plus-Size Culture Carries Health Risk
U.S. News & World Report
Research from the University of East Anglia published Friday in the journal Obesity found that attempts to end the stigma surrounding larger body sizes, such as plus-size clothing, has unintentionally led to people being unable to realize the health ...



PEOPLE.com

Sarah Hyland Hospitalized: What the Actress Has Said About Her Chronic Health Conditions
PEOPLE.com
Sarah Hyland shared “her truth” late Thursday night with the news that she is back in the hospital. The actress, who has a chronic kidney condition, said that she was “torn from work against my will” to deal with her health. Hyland, 27, has been open ...

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UpNorthLive.com

Sinclair Cares: 'The Silent Health Crisis'
UpNorthLive.com
It's no secret that men don't like going to the doctor, but early detection can save your life. Working in partnership with our parent company, Sinclair Broadcast Group, we want to keep you informed about important health and safety matters. In this ...



North Texas Doctor, 2 Nurses Convicted of Health Care Fraud
U.S. News & World Report
A North Texas physician and two nurses have been convicted of health care fraud in what authorities say was a more than $12 million Medicare billing scam. June 23, 2018, at 11:07 a.m.. North Texas Doctor, 2 Nurses Convicted of Health Care Fraud. Share.

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