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Forbes

8 Things We're Doing Wrong For Our Mental Health (And How We Can Do Better)
Forbes
If you stop and think about the daily routines a lot of us are carrying out these days, it seems like we're doing a lot wrong. In fact, in many ways, it seems like we're doing exactly the opposite of what we should be doing for our mental health. If we ...



CNBC

Short-seller Jim Chanos bets against two health-care companies: They 'might be worth nothing'
CNBC
As for Mednax, Chanos said he doesn't like the way the company is accounting for contracts with health-care providers. "Both companies have put themselves up for sale hoping that private equity will buy them out," he added. "Winter is coming in the U.S ...

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The Economist

Universal health care, worldwide, is within reach
The Economist
BY MANY measures the world has never been in better health. Since 2000 the number of children who die before they are five has fallen by almost half, to 5.6m. Life expectancy has reached 71, a gain of five years. More children than ever are vaccinated ...

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Harvard Business Review

How to Accelerate the Adoption of Digital Health Technology
Harvard Business Review
In 1997, health information technology and digitial health pioneer Warner Slack wrote his bold and prophetic book, Cybermedicine: How Computing Empowers Doctors and Patients for Better Care. Slack argued that “the electronic digital computer, with its ...



TIME

You Asked: Is Listening to Music Good For Your Health?
TIME
Innes coauthored a 2016 study that found music-listening could boost mood and well-being and improve stress-related measures in older adults suffering from cognitive decline. Her study compared the benefits of music to those of meditation—a practice ...



The Denver Post

Colorado's big idea for lowering health care prices is more transparency. Here's why some think that won't work.
The Denver Post
But it actually illustrates the challenges facing one of the most popular ideas this year at the state Capitol for dealing with soaring health care costs — the idea that if patients better know the prices, they will make cheaper choices. “Health care ...

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UW Today

UW breaks ground on new population health building
UW Today
Gabino Abarca used to spend his summers hauling 40-pound bags of apples up and down ladders in the tiny central Washington town of Mattawa. Now, the University of Washington senior is conducting research on heat-related illnesses among agricultural ...

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Land of the free-for-allAmerica is a health-care outlier in the developed world
The Economist
THE ARLINGTON FREE CLINIC, in the American state of Virginia, is a world away from the treatment rooms of sub-Saharan Africa. Thanks to local doctors and nurses who donate their time to the clinic for people without health insurance, the patients get ...

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Science Magazine

New rule could force EPA to ignore major human health studies
Science Magazine
Research looking at everything from links between air pollution and disease to the impact a pesticide has on children's brains could be banned from consideration by environmental regulators under a new policy proposed yesterday by the U.S ...
Scott Pruitt Proposes 'Transparency' Rule To Limit The EPA's Use Of Public Health StudiesHuffPost

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STAT

A startup promised to make health care 'refreshingly simple.' Building the business has been anything but
STAT
AN FRANCISCO — The first thing you see when you enter Lemonaid Health 1's offices is a dazzling bright yellow accent wall. Doctors work at desks clustered together in an open-plan office, ducking into smaller offices to conduct video visits with ...


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