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KHON2

Department of Health publishes first report focused on Hawaii transgender youth
KHON2
HONOLULU (KHON2) - There is an alarming new study from the Department of Health on high school students. Researchers found about half of transgender students tried to commit suicide in the past. They also found higher percentages of transgender ...

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Wall Street Journal

Health-Care Stocks Lead This Leg of Rally, After Tech Giants' Stumbles
Wall Street Journal
Health-care stocks have emerged as market leaders in the third quarter, helping push major U.S. indexes to new highs. One reason: money managers are embracing the sector as a safety play, particularly after big technology stocks stumbled in September.



CNN

'Modicare': India's PM promises free health care for half a billion
CNN
India spends only about 1% of its GDP on public health. If the program is fully taken up, it would cost close to $780 billion, a huge sum for India's $2.4 trillion economy. Access to healthcare is a major problem in India. Public hospitals are few in ...
India's Modi launches 'world's largest' health insurance schemeAljazeera.com
India launches 'Modicare,' the world's biggest government health programWashington Post
Opinion | Modicare is not enough to reform healthcareLivemint
Capital Economics
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U.S. News & World Report

The Relationship of Race to Community Health
U.S. News & World Report
An analysis of U.S. News Healthiest Communities data found there is a clear link between community health and well-being – meaning a place's overall performance in measurements of health, such as life expectancy and access to care, and in areas ...

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Vox

Half of 2018's Democratic campaign ads are about health care
Vox
Money talks. Despite suggestions that health care won't be a dominant issue in the 2018 midterm elections, a new analysis reveals Democrats are spending way more money on TV ads focused on health care than on any other issue. The Wesleyan Media ...

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Exploring links between senses and cognitive health
Science Daily
(1) With vision and hearing loss already affecting up to 40 percent of older adults(1) -- and with one-in-ten older people already living with Alzheimer's disease(2) -- the conference reviewed the current state of science regarding how these common ...



Hamilton Journal News

Mercy Health hiring for 350-plus positions, including in Butler County
Hamilton Journal News
Mercy Health-Cincinnati plans to host a career fair to fill more than 350 new and open positions throughout Cincinnati. The fair takes place from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. today, Sept. 25, at Mercy Health's home office in Bond Hill, located at 1701 Mercy ...

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Motley Fool

Here's How Nearly 20% of Medicare Enrollees Put Their Health at Risk
Motley Fool
Unfortunately, the stress of costly medical care can lead many seniors to make poor decisions about their health, thereby compromising not only their physical well-being but their finances as well. In fact, 19% of Medicare enrollees avoid or delay ...

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CNBC

Cramer advises staying away from animal health play Elanco at these levels
CNBC
"As much as I like corporate breakups and the humanization of pets and the rising popularity of chicken and other proteins, I can't recommend Elanco [Animal] Health right here, versus, say, Zoetis for value or Idexx for growth," Cramer said, noting two ...
Animal-Health Stocks Will Continue to ShineWall Street Journal
Elanco Announces Full Exercise of Additional Stock, Sets Date for Q3 EarningsBusiness Wire
Elanco Animal Health Incorporated Announces IPO ClosingBusiness Wire

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Scientific American (blog)

America's Health Care System Could Be So Much Better
Scientific American (blog)
The ongoing conversation around health care in the United States presents a daunting question: How is it that this country—with all its wealth, education and innovation—has among the highest health care costs of any industrialized nation, yet its ...

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