Aug 172014
 

Charlotte Observer
Fired, freed from prison or married? Health law's insurance aid may help
Charlotte Observer
Here are some of the changes that can trigger a special 60-day eligibility to get subsidized health insurance on the federal exchange. For details and signups, go to www.healthcare.gov/screener/ or call 855-733-3711 to schedule an appointment in North …

Aug 172014
 

The Guardian
Your Sunday roast chicken should carry a health warning
The Guardian
Once out of reach of most people's pockets, chicken is now an affordable part of the UK diet. Our appetite for factory chicken has gone up as fast as its price has come down. As a lean, nutritional meat, it comes with marked health benefits. But, of

Aug 172014
 

The Wire
3 Liberian Health Workers With Ebola Receive Scarce Drug After Appeals to US
New York Times
Three Liberian health care workers who have contracted Ebola received an extremely scarce experimental serum on Friday at a hospital outside the national capital, Monrovia, a Liberian health official said Saturday. The official, Tolbert G. Nyenswah, …
Ebola threat 'vastly underestimated,' says World Health OrganizationThe Post-Standard – syracuse.com
World Health Organization: The Ebola Outbreak Is Much Worse Than We ThinkThe Wire
Liberia president apologises for high toll for Ebola health workersYahoo News
UN News Centre -New York’s PIX11 / WPIX-TV -Reuters
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Aug 172014
 
Cotterell: State-worker health care in the middle of the pack
Tallahassee Democrat (blog)
To get to the meat of it, the study found that Florida state employees pay, on average, 13 percent of the cost of their health insurance. The total cost, paid by employers and employees, is $549 for single coverage and $1,242 for family coverage. That

Aug 172014
 

ABC News
Liberia: Ebola Fears Rise as Clinic is Looted
Boston.com
The suspension is effective midnight Tuesday for all ports of entry for people traveling from or through Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, said Kenya's Health Ministry. Nigeria was not included in the ban, which also allows entry to health
Liberia: Ebola spread fears rise as clinic lootedOdessa American
Ebola spread fears rise as clinic looted, Liberian officials sayFox News

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Aug 172014
 
Health plans for Indiana state employees less generous than national average
Indianapolis Star
WASHINGTON – Health plans for Indiana state employees are less generous, have higher premiums and require workers to pay a larger share of the premiums compared to the average for state workers across the nation, a new report shows. Some of the …
Study: Vermont state workers pay more in health care premiumsBrattleboro Reformer

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Aug 172014
 
Health Minister German outlaws fluoridation of all tap water
Jerusalem Post
She also issued her decision Sunday in contravention of a letter written exactly two years ago by Prime Minister (and then-official health minister) Binyamin Netanyahu, who told Knesset Interior Committee chairman MK Amnon Cohen that he [Netanyahu] …

Aug 172014
 
Your 401(k) Is Healthy. So Maybe You Are, Too.
New York Times
What do retirement savings have to do with physical health? A new study from the journal Psychological Science finds that people who are good at planning their financial future are more likely to take steps to improve their physical health — and then

Aug 172014
 
Health Care Commission pursues $40 million test grant
The News Journal
The Delaware Health Care Commission soon will make its case for a $40 million federal grant it says would fuel its plans to transform the quality and cost of health care in the state. The grant request is pinned to the U.S. Center for Medicare and

Aug 172014
 

Fox News
4 shocking ways sugar affects your kid's health
Fox News
Ice cream, birthday cake and cookies are typical treats in our kids' diets, but did you know that 16 percent of children and teens' daily calories come from added sugar? It's no surprise that too much sugar can cause tooth decay, hyperactivity and