Jan 272014

Headlines & Global News
Fertility 101: Study shows many women confused about reproductive health
Fox News
What does it take for a woman to get pregnant? While the answer may seem obvious, a new study from Yale University indicates that many women are confused about important aspects of their reproductive health. In a study published in the journal
Reproductive Health Is A Confusing Issue For Many Women, Survey FindsHuffington Post
Study Reveals Just How Much Women Don't Know About Their Reproductive RedOrbit

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Jan 272014
Massachusetts Health Connector website glitches create hassles for local
The Massachusetts Health Connector website, the state's version of a health insurance exchange implemented under the national Affordable Care Act, has been plagued with glitches since it became operational in October. Connector officials have 

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Jan 272014
A paper touting the benefits of organic milk for heart health may be
Washington Post
A recent study comparing the kinds of fat in organic and conventional full-fat milk concluded that, by drinking organic milk, consumers could help reduce or eliminate “probable risk factors for a wide range of developmental and chronic health problems.”.

Jan 272014
Jackson Health Trust votes to phase out unpopular healthcare contribution
A tentative labor deal with Jackson Health System employees lost some luster Monday when the board that runs Miami-Dade's public hospital network agreed to phase out an unpopular pay concession but held off voting on performance bonuses for workers.

Jan 272014

Boston Globe
These Health Insurance Companies Are Winning At Obamacare
Huffington Post
Months after the launch of the Affordable Care Act's health insurance exchanges, large insurance companies such as WellPoint still dominate many local markets — although smaller insurers are challenging some of the biggest players in some markets, 
Out of health-care furor, satisfaction in New EnglandBoston Globe
Know the Health-Insurance Deadline? Most Don'tThe Atlantic
Fewer people have health insurance now than in 2009Daily Caller
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Jan 272014
The Need For A Smart Approach To Big Health Care Data
Health Affairs (blog)
Today, academic medicine and health policy research resemble the automobile industry of the early 20th century — a large number of small shops developing unique products at high cost with no one achieving significant economies of scale or scope.

Jan 272014

Washington Post
Jay Carney: Health Care Law Worth It, No Matter Political Consequences
News One
On the eve of Barack Obama's State of the Union Address, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney (pictured) brushed back criticism of the President's health care law, arguing that it is worth the political consequences. SEE ALSO: Attorney General Holder 
House GOP hits Obama on jobs, healthcare in SOTU prebuttalUnited Liberty

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Jan 272014
Pharmacy boards in OK, MO take no action on execution drug complaint
The boards of pharmacy in Oklahoma and Missouri said today they would not take any action on complaints about a compounding pharmacy in Oklahoma that produces Missouri's execution drug. Lawyers for Missouri death row inmate Herbert L. Smulls, who 

Jan 272014
Brazen theft reported at Stafford pharmacy
The theft occurred just before 3 a.m. Monday at the CVS Pharmacy at 388 Garrisonville Road. Sheriff's spokesman Bill Kennedy said a man wearing a white sheet over his face jumped over the pharmacy counter, grabbed a bottle of Percocet and was last 

Jan 272014
Three people arrested in connection with Union County pharmacy robberies
Charlotte Observer
Three people have been arrested after Union and Mecklenburg County law enforcement teamed together to solve a series of pharmacy robberies. Union County Sheriff's detectives first learned that Christopher Lee Helms, 35, and Paulette Deanna