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NPR

Replacing Vacant Lots With Green Spaces Can Ease Depression In Urban Communities
NPR
Previous research has shown that green spaces are associated with better mental health, but this study is "innovative," says Rachel Morello-Frosch, a professor at the department of environmental science, policy and management at the University of ...
Turning Vacant Lots Into Green Spaces Can Improve Mental Health. Here's HowTIME
'Greening' vacant lots improves mental health in Philly communitiesWHYY
Clean, green public spaces make us happier, study findsNBCNews.com

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Lifehacker Australia

How Mental Health Apps Are Messing With Our Heads
Lifehacker Australia
Even before you download an app to help you meditate, or to manage your depression, it's speaking to you. Apps' marketing often implies that everyday stresses should be seen as mental health issues, and that you're on your own (with the help of the app ...



Singularity Hub

US Health Care Companies Begin Exploring Blockchain Technologies
Singularity Hub
The sprawling US health care industry has trouble managing patient information: Every doctor, medical office, hospital, pharmacy, therapist and insurance company needs different pieces of data to properly care for patients. These records are scattered ...



Business Insider

The CEO of one of the largest health insurers in the US explains the problem with healthcare in America
Business Insider
The CEO of health insurer Cigna, David Cordani, says the problem with America's healthcare system is that most of the money is being spent on intervention after people already are sick. Cordani believes we need to spend more money and resources ...



The Verge

1.5 million affected by hack targeting Singapore's health data
The Verge
Singapore has been hit by what local media is calling the country's “worst” cyber attack. Hackers targeting Singapore's largest health care institution, SingHealth, stole the personal profiles of some 1.5 million patients along with the details of ...
Singapore Health Database Hit by CyberattackWall Street Journal
Singapore personal data hack hits 1.5m, health authority saysBBC News
Cyberattack on Singapore health database steals details of 1.5 million, including PMReuters
Tom's Hardware -Facebook -The Straits Times -Ministry of Health Singapore
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Washington Post

Salads from McDonald's have now sickened 163 people in 10 states, health officials say
Washington Post
More than 160 people have now become ill from a multistate outbreak of parasitic illness traced to McDonald's salads, federal health officials say. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday that 163 people across 10 states have been ...
CDC - Cyclosporiasis - General Information - Cyclosporiasis FAQsCDC
Cyclosporiasis Outbreak Investigations — United States, 2018 - CDCCDC
McDonald's Statement on Salads | McDonald's CorporationMcDonald's Corporation
FDA -IDPH - Illinois.gov
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Vox

Trump's association health plans are kind of a flop - Vox
Vox
You'll remember association health plans: The Trump administration tried to make it easier for small businesses and self-employed people to band together and ...

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USA TODAY

Ask a Doc: How your waist size affects your health
USA TODAY
A larger-than-ideal waist is not only less than great for fitting into your clothes, it also has health risks, according to Craig Peters, a cardiologist with HonorHealth. Here are the sobering facts: A waist circumference of greater than 40 inches for ...

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NBCSports.com

Training Camp Daily: Maintaining the balance between physicality and health
NBCSports.com
It is Day 1 of practice in Bourbonnais. Bears Insider John "Moon" Mullin and producer Paul Aspan discuss how Matt Nagy's desire for a physical camp reconciles with the No. 1 goal of all training camps: stay healthy. Plus, why there are only two real ...

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The Denver Channel

Colorado family fights insurance company to get mental health treatment for their son
The Denver Channel
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. -- A Greenwood Village couple says they fought their insurance company to get mental health treatment for their teenage son, and it was finally approved -- a month after he died. Two years later, they are fighting with mental ...


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