Jul 152014
 

myfox8.com
Silent but healthy: Smelling farts may be good for your health
myfox8.com
An old children's ditty goes: “Beans, beans, they're good for your heart. The more you eat, the more you….” Well, you know. There's wisdom in that wit that may help you to live longer, according to medical researchers working on a new drug. A big part
Study says farting may improve your health9NEWS.com
Your toots are the latest health heroKRMG

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Jul 152014
 

NBC Chicago (blog)
Daley lawyers: Keep health details private in Park Grill trial
Chicago Tribune
Former Mayor Richard M. Daley's lawyers have filed a motion arguing they should not have to explain in public why they believe it would be a medical hardship for the former mayor to be forced to testify in the city's lawsuit against the clout-heavy
Daley Wants to Keep Health Records Private in Park Grill SuitNBC Chicago (blog)

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Jul 152014
 

Wall Street Journal
HP Chairman Whitworth to Step Down to Focus on Health
Wall Street Journal
Some of Relational's biggest investors expressed concern Tuesday about Mr. Whitworth's health but aren't worried about its effect on the firm. "We have great confidence in their team to carry on during Ralph's leave," said Anne Sheehan, director of
HP interim chair Whitworth steps down, health reasons citedReuters
Hewlett-Packard chairman steps down due to healthSiliconBeat
HP's interim chairman quits board for health reasonsNew York Post
PCWorld -Bloomberg -Fox Business
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Jul 152014
 

NPR (blog)
When Work Becomes A Haven From Stress At Home
NPR (blog)
Moms who worked full time reported significantly better physical and mental health than moms who worked part time, research involving more than 2,500 mothers found. And mothers who worked part time reported better health than moms who didn't work at …
Work as Refuge? Working Mothers Report Better HealthKQED (blog)

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Jul 152014
 
Budget Office Revises Estimate of Federal Spending on Health Care
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The growth of federal spending on health care will continue to decline as a proportion of the overall economy in the coming decades, in part because of cost controls mandated by President Obama's health care law, the nonpartisan …
Health Spending 25 Years OutBrookings Institution (blog)
CBO: Slowing health-care costs yield big savings, but not enough to bring down Washington Post (blog)
CBO: O-Care controls will curb health spendingThe Hill

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Jul 152014
 

Boston Globe
A vision of better mental health care for children
Boston Globe
In a few weeks, clinical psychologist Robert Franks will take over leadership of the Judge Baker Children's Center, a century-old Harvard affiliated center that addresses children's mental health. There's a lot more that can be done to support children

Jul 152014
 

CBS News
Health survey gives government its first large-scale data on gay, bisexual
Washington Post
The National Health Interview Survey, which is the government's premier tool for annually assessing Americans' health and behaviors, found that 1.6 percent of adults self-identify as gay or lesbian, and 0.7 percent consider themselves bisexual.
Health of gay and straight people compared in first major surveyCBS News
Health Survey: About 2 Percent Of Americans Are Gay Or LesbianHuffington Post
1.6 Percent of U.S. Population Indentifies as Gay, CDC Health Survey FindsSlate Magazine (blog)
Philly.com -SFist
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Jul 152014
 

CNN
Inequality persists in health care
CNN
(CNN) — Growing up in the Jim Crow-era South, we saw firsthand the great disparities in health care suffered by African-Americans. The lack of access to basic services, the dearth of black physicians and the often overtly racist attitudes of white

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Jul 152014
 

89.3 KPCC
LA County board to vote on court-ordered mental health treatment law
Los Angeles Times
"It's not going to be a panacea for what our system needs, but it is going to save more people than we are able to save right now," said Carla Jacobs, an Orange County-based mental health advocate and former member of Los Angeles County's mental health …
Should LA County approve court-ordered mental health treatment?89.3 KPCC

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Jul 152014
 

USA TODAY
Why Improving Access to Health Care Does Not Save Money
New York Times
One of the most important facts about health care overhaul, and one that is often overlooked, is that all changes to the health care system involve trade-offs among access, quality and cost. You can improve one of these – maybe two – but it will almost
How to Play the Health-Care Sector Amid ObamaCare UncertaintiesFox Business
Studies show more Oregonians have health insuranceStatesman Journal
Texas Sees Increased Medicaid SignupsKaiser Health News
Indianapolis Star -Montrose Daily Press
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