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10 Wellness Trends You're Going to See Everywhere in 2018, According to Pinterest
If the thought of living healthy in the new year makes your mind turn to treadmill workouts and broccoli recipes, then Pinterest's top wellness trends for 2018 is for you. Encompassing healthy habits that benefit your mind, body, and soul, the just ...

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Native Americans Feel Invisible In US Health Care System
The life expectancy of Native Americans in some states is 20 years shorter than the national average. There are many reasons why. Among them, health programs for American Indians are chronically underfunded by Congress. And, about a quarter of Native ...

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Heat-not-burn tobacco 'is a health risk'
BBC News
"Heat-not-burn" tobacco products are harmful to health even though they are safer than regular cigarettes, say UK experts. The advisory panel to the government said the devices produce "a number of compounds of concern", including some that can cause ...
'Heat not burn' cigarettes still harmful to health, say government advisersThe Guardian
Health warnings on cigarettes could deter young peopleCancer Research UK

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America's healthiest and least healthy states
Mississippi and Louisiana, ranked 49th and 50th, have major health challenges, according to the report, including a high prevalence of smoking, obesity and children in poverty. "We don't have a system with everybody in," said Dr. Georges Benjamin ...
Mass. Rises To No. 1 In National Health Rankings, But Challenges RemainWBUR
The healthiest and least healthy states in the USCBS News
Survey: Michigan ranks 35th in nation for overall healthCrain's Detroit Business
STAT -The Independent Weekly
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Parents Worry Congress Won't Fund The Children's Health Insurance Program
In contrast, her young children — 2-year-old Nonnie and his big sister, Rose — are covered right now through the Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, a federal-state program that was created two decades ago to ensure that kids whose parents ...
Letters warn families they may lose CHIP children's health
Hundreds of thousands of Illinois children vulnerable if health insurance program remains unfundedWLS-TV
GOP lawmakers prioritize tax cuts over children's health programMSNBC
ABC News -Maine Public
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Sun Sentinel

Broward Health leaders indicted on charges of violating open-meetings law
Sun Sentinel
The top leaders of Broward Health have been indicted on charges of violating Florida's public meetings law, throwing the public hospital system into the worst turmoil of its years of crises and investigations. A grand jury indictment names Broward ...
Broward Health officials indicted on suspicion of violating state's Sunshine LawWPLG Local 10
Broward Health Officials Indicted Over Alleged Open-Meeting Law ViolationsNBC 6 South Florida

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Fox News

Holiday gift guide 2017: Health & Fitness
Fox News
... you through a 7-minute HITT (high-intensity interval training) type workout, a 10-minute ab series and chest exercises. Plus it includes complete waterproof swim tracking and on board music to keep you motivated. The built-in GPS has been updated ...

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Jimmy Kimmel holds his baby son, post-heart surgery, in emotional health-care monologue
Washington Post
Jimmy Kimmel was absent from his ABC late-night show last week while his 8-month-old son, Billy, recovered from his second heart surgery. Ever since Billy was born with a heart defect and required immediate surgery, Kimmel has become an outspoken ...
Jimmy Kimmel brings out his son to talk about health careCNNMoney
Jimmy Kimmel Tackles Health Care with a Special Co-Host: His Son, BillyVanity Fair
Jimmy Kimmel brings out son Billy for a tearful health care
HuffPost -Mother Jones
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How is Florida's health? Not so great, report says
Just under 13 percent of Floridians had no health insurance in 2017, compared to 9 percent nationally. • 40th in public health funding as measured by spending from state and federal sources. Florida spends $63 per person on public health compared to ...

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WHO Report Finds No Public Health Risks Or Abuse Potential For CBD
A World Health Organization (WHO) report has found no adverse health outcomes but rather several medical applications for cannabidiol, a.k.a. CBD, despite U.S. federal policy on this cannabinoid chemical. According to a preliminary WHO report published ...

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