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How the government shutdown might affect your health
NBCNews.com
States already have their funding for Medicaid through the second quarter, so no shortfall in coverage for enrollees or payments to providers is expected. Enrolling new Medicaid applicants is a state function, so that process should not be affected ...
What the government shutdown means for the nation's top public health agenciesVox
5 ways the government shutdown could be bad for your healthCNN

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Fortune

Satire: Trump's Health Report Spurs Burger-Based Diet Craze
Fortune
Just days after Dr. Ronny Jackson concluded the President is in excellent health, a new diet craze is already on the rise, even as many in corporate America express doubt about the viral trend. Spurred by reports of President Trump's physical well ...

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NPR

Saunas Are A Hot Trend That's Good For Your Health : Shots - NPR
NPR
Sweating in a sauna feels good, and it's associated with health benefits including a lower risk of heart disease. But is that because of the heat, or because you're able to kick back and relax?

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The Hill (blog)

Trump's doctor shares 'unbiased, 100 percent accurate' health assessment in 'SNL' cold open
The Hill (blog)
"This is the president's unbiased, 100 percent accurate health assessment," Bennett says as Jackson. "At the time of examination, the president was 71 years and seven months young, his resting heart rate was a cool 68 bpm, his weight a very svelte 248 ...
Mental health expert slams Trump's cognitive exam, calls for further testingAOL
The Next Hurdle for a Healthy Trump? Getting Some ExerciseNew York Times
Dr. Marc Siegel: Trump had his Physical -- Now it's Your TurnFox News

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The Intercept

Republicans Plucked Out CHIP but Let a Slew of Other Health ...
The Intercept
Congressional Republicans thought they had hit on a foolproof plan to force Democrats to vote for their spending bill to keep the government open for another month. Democrats, they reasoned, love government health insurance. And Democrats love children ...
Without CHIP resolution, 1.7 million kids could lose healthcare in ...NBCNews.com
If Congress fails to reauthorize health insurance program for children, SC faces shortfallCharleston Post Courier
9 Million Kids Could Lose Their Health Care Because The GOP Wants To Shame DemocratsHuffPost
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NBCNews.com

8 healthy tweaks to make your diet today, according to nutritionists
NBCNews.com
Truthfully, even small tweaks have health payoffs, including lowering your chances of conditions like diabetes and heart disease. Plus, small changes are less taxing to your willpower than loftier goals. Just like overworking your biceps leads to ...



New York Times

What Is the Health and Nutritional Value of Mushrooms?
New York Times
Q. What is the health and nutritional value of mushrooms? A. Mushrooms may lack the deep green or brilliant red hues consumers have come to associate with nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables, but they are a “powerhouse of nutrition” and not a white ...



Newsweek

Trump's Mental Health Exam Was Insufficient And Potentially Dangerous, Yale Psychiatrist Writes
Newsweek
The physical examination that President Donald Trump received was insufficient to thoroughly judge his mental fitness for office, and could even be giving Americans a false sense of reassurance, according to a psychiatry and law professor at the Yale ...

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The Decatur Daily

United Way health fair combines advice for living, saving money
The Decatur Daily
Emily Doyal pets the head of Nolly in the petting zoo at the Health and Wellness Fair at Ingalls Harbor on Saturday. [CHRIS SHIMEK/DECATUR DAILY]. Chris Shimek/Decatur Daily. D180121 wellness fair. Buy Now. Children play in a bounce house at the Health ...



cleveland.com

Could 'big data' help Cleveland reduce health disparities - and create jobs?
cleveland.com
The crux of the report: Cleveland might be able to use its health-care and big-data expertise to better understand and address disparities that impact people's health outside of hospitals. And consultants, companies and health systems then might be ...


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