Mar 272015
 

Annie Martin NEW YORK, March 27 (UPI) — Kelly Rowland revealed she lost 70 pounds in the four months following son Titan's birth by exercising and eating right.

Mar 272015
 

Forbes
This Website Invites You To Donate Your Body To Science Without Having To Die
Forbes
The Open Humans Network launched online this week with a titillating invitation: “Open source yourself,” the homepage says. The site allows anyone to upload and share personal health data, ranging from fitness stats they collect via apps like RunKeeper

Mar 272015
 

NPR (blog)
New York City To Teens: TXT ME With Mental Health Worries
NPR (blog)
The majority of teenagers with mental health issues don't get help. But maybe if help were just a text message away — they wouldn't be so hesitant to reach out. That's the thinking behind NYC Teen Text, a pilot program at 10 New York public high

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Mar 272015
 

NPR (blog)
High-Deductible Health Plans Cut Costs, At Least For Now
NPR (blog)
Total costs paid by everybody — employer, employee and insurance company — tend to fall in the first year or rise more slowly when consumers have more at stake at the health-care checkout counter whether or not they're making medically wise choices.
This Fast-Growing Health Plan is Great for Your Boss—But Maybe Not for YouMoney

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Mar 272015
 

New York Times
Amid Affordable Care Act Fight, a Health Center Program Struggles to Stay Alive
New York Times
Dr. Savita Gopal, a 27-year-old resident physician at the Family Health Center of Harlem, sat in front of a computer last Thursday, peppering Jacob Doble, a 10-year-old from Harlem, with questions for 20 minutes. As Dr. Gopal typed copious notes, Jacob

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Mar 272015
 

Fox News
Who's flying our planes? The Germanwings crash raises questions about mental
Fox News
But Dave Funk, airline consultant with Laird & Associates and a retired Northwest pilot, said there are protocols in place to identify a mental health issue, including pilot-to-pilot reviews and self policing. “If this kid had a problem, it would be
Airlines largely rely on pilots 'self-monitoring' mental healthUSA TODAY
How do airlines screen pilots for mental health issues?Fortune
Lessons From The Germanwings Crash: We Need to Stop Stigmatizing Mental Care2.com
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Mar 272015
 

NPR (blog)
Did That Restaurant Pass Its Health Inspection? Now Yelp Will Tell You
NPR (blog)
Now, we should note, it can be a bit tricky to spot those health inspection scores on Yelp. If you're looking at the Yelp website, the information is listed in a box alongside the venue's hours, menu and price range. On the smartphone app, you have to

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Mar 272015
 

Wall Street Journal
Obama takes stock of health-care law — and presidency
Washington Post
White House aides insist that, with a year and a half left in his administration, President Obama is not yet talking about his legacy. But this week, the president offered one of his most definitive, bottom-line assessments of his signature health-care
Obama Promotes Health-Care Payments Based on Outcome, Not VolumeWall Street Journal
4 Ways the Affordable Care Act Is Improving the Quality of Health Care in AmericaThe White House (blog)
Obama's day: Health care, 5 years laterUSA TODAY
New York Times -U.S. News & World Report -PolitiFact
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Mar 272015
 

CNN
Indiana governor declares public health emergency due to HIV epidemic
CNN
A team from the CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention arrived Monday and is working with local and state health officials to stop the outbreak. Their recommendations include a short-term needle exchange program and public awareness campaign focusing …
Scott County, health department working on needle exchange programIndianapolis Star
Needle Exchange Is Allowed After HIV Outbreak in an Indiana CountyNew York Times
Indiana OKs clean needle exchange amid HIV outbreakUSA TODAY
ABC News -AOL News -Wall Street Journal
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Mar 272015
 

U.S. News & World Report
Mental health vetting of pilots ineffective, US experts say
U.S. News & World Report
WASHINGTON (AP) — There is little effective, real-world screening of airline pilots for mental problems despite regulations in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere that say mental health should be part of their regular medical exams, pilots and safety
3 Workplace Mental Health Questions All Businesses Should Ask Following The Forbes
After Germanwings Crash, Testing of Pilots' Mental Health in SpotlightNBCNews.com
US experts see little vetting of pilots for mental healthYahoo News
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