Apr 012015
 

MLive.com
Timeline for Mercy Health Muskegon medical center project remains undetermined
MLive.com
MUSKEGON, MI – The timeline for Mercy Health Muskegon's proposed $220 million medical center remains undetermined nearly seven months after the hospital said it was taking more time to plan the endeavor. Hospital spokeswoman Joan Kessler said …

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Wall Street Journal
Economist Jonathan Gruber Backs US on Health-Law Subsidies
Wall Street Journal
Jonathan Gruber, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist whose comments about the U.S. health law earlier had ignited a political furor, says federal subsidies to lower insurance premiums were intended for all those who qualify, regardless

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Apr 012015
 

Forbes
What The UnitedHealth-Catamaran Deal Means For CVS Health And The
Forbes
Earlier this month, we wrote a piece on how the pharmacy benefit management market in the U.S. has transformed over the past few years and its effect on CVS Health. As firms resorted to aggressive acquisition strategies to achieve scale, it resulted in

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Apr 012015
 

Wall Street Journal
After Airline Tragedy, New Focus on Mental Health at Work
Wall Street Journal
Many pilots, police officers and others in certain “safety-sensitive” roles undergo assessments of their physical and mental health to ensure they're fit for the job, but the examinations may be cursory or infrequent. Employers in other fields, such as
Chirlane McCray, on the Germanwings Co-Pilot's Mental HealthNew York Times
Changing the Culture of Mental Health Can Help Us Prevent TragediesHuffington Post
New focus on mental health of pilotsAlbany Times Union
Forbes -Yahoo Health -Hot Air
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Apr 012015
 

Entertainment Tonight
Avril Lavigne Opens Up About Her Health Crisis: 'I Thought I Was Dying'
Entertainment Tonight
Avril Lavigne is opening up about her serious health issues that had the 30-year-old "Complicated" singer's fans worried late last year. In a conversation with fan account @AvrilMusicChart in December, Avril shared that she's been absent from the
'I thought I was dying': Avril Lavigne reveals health issue that had her bedriddenfox8.com
Avril Lavigne reveals she has Lyme diseaseNew York Daily News
Avril Lavigne's Lyme Disease Serious? Explaining Health Problems, Chad Hollywood Take

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Apr 012015
 

WTNH
Access Health CT opening special enrollment period in April
WTNH
However, some people filing their 2014 taxes are learning you have to pay a penalty for not signing up for health coverage last year. That penalty is known as the Shared Responsibility payment. Currently it's $95 for an adult, $47.50 for a child or 1
Special Enrollment 101: 4 Times You Can Change Your Health Care BenefitsForbes
Department of Health and Human Services offers tax tipsTopeka Capital Journal
Taxman cometh with new form for health careInsurance News Net

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Apr 012015
 

NPR (blog)
Germanwings Crash Highlights Workplace Approaches To Mental Health
NPR (blog)
The horrifying crash last week of the Germanwings flight operated by Lufthansa has put a spotlight on what the airline knew — and what it should, or could have done — about its pilot's mental health. Lufthansa could face unlimited liability, after

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Apr 012015
 
Night Owls Run Higher Risk of Health Problems
WebMD
"Regardless of lifestyle, people who stayed up late faced a higher risk of developing health problems like diabetes or reduced muscle mass than those who were early risers," Dr. Nan Hee Kim, of Korea University College of Medicine in Ansan, South Korea
Night Owls Run Higher Risk of Health Problems, Study FindsU.S. News & World Report

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Apr 012015
 

NPR (blog)
Tobacco Firm Seeks Softer Warning For Cigarette Alternative
NPR (blog)
Swedish Match wants the FDA to let the company remove most of the health warnings on its tins of snus (including a warning that the product increases a user's risk for mouth cancer or other tooth and gum problems), and change the label to say that snus

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Apr 012015
 

U.S. News & World Report
Health Insurance Coverage Discrimination: Mental Illness
U.S. News & World Report
Under President Barack Obama's health care law, which aimed to end health insurance discrimination for mental health services, an estimated 62 million patients now have better coverage. But a new report from the National Alliance on Mental Illness
Improving mental health should be a priority in this electionThe Guardian
Mental Health Group Report Finds Problems With Health Insurance CoverageBloomberg BNA

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