May 282015
 

New York Times
HIV Treatment Should Start at Diagnosis, US Health Officials Say
New York Times
People with H.I.V. should be put on antiretroviral drugs as soon as they learn they are infected, federal health officials said Wednesday as they announced that they were halting the largest ever clinical trial of early treatment because its benefits
NIH: Major study finds earlier HIV treatment improves healthU.S. News & World Report

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May 282015
 

Forbes
Headwinds For Health Insurers As Obamacare Stumbles
Forbes
You might think this headline is a gag, given how deeply health insurers are dug into Obamacare. Only a month ago, I wrote that health plans' mastery of Obamacare poses challenge to repeal. Losses in Obamacare's controversial exchanges are not yet …
What's Going on With Spending on Health Insurance Overhead?Wall Street Journal (blog)
Ponnuru: Why Republicans are divided over replacing health-care planSalt Lake Tribune
'Ugly' Potential Fallout From Supreme Court Health Care CaseHuffington Post
News & Observer -Minneapolis Star Tribune
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May 282015
 

WBUR
Asthma, Lyme Disease, Salmonella: How Climate Change May Worsen Your
WBUR
I asked U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy, a Boston native in town to deliver the commencement address at UMass Boston (her alma mater), to give some specific examples of how climate change can impact human health.

May 282015
 

U.S. News & World Report
Administration asks judge to toss House health care suit
U.S. News & World Report
FILE – In this Jan. 17, 2013 file photo, attorney Jonathan Turley talks with reporters in Salt Lake City. Obama administration attorneys are urging a federal judge to throw out an election-year lawsuit by House Republicans over the president's health
Judge Considers House GOP's Case Against Obama's Health LawWall Street Journal
Health care law supporters encounter resistance from federal judgeMcClatchy Washington Bureau
Judge weighs bid to toss House GOP suit against Obama health-care lawWashington Post

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May 282015
 

Washington Post
Women of all ages more likely to have serious mental health problems than men
Washington Post
Women in every age group in the United States were more likely than men to have serious mental health problems, according to federal health statistics released Thursday. The report from the National Center for Health Statistics, part of the Centers for …

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May 282015
 

Allentown Morning Call
Lehigh Valley Health Network and Pocono Health System to merge
Allentown Morning Call
Pocono Health System is planning to merge into Lehigh Valley Health Network, solidifying a longstanding partnership between the two institutions and bringing another 2,000 health care professionals under the umbrella of the region's dominant employer.
Pocono Medical Center, Lehigh Valley Health Plan Mergerwnep.com
Lehigh Valley Health Network, Pocono Medical Center want to mergelehighvalleylive.com
Pocono Health System and Lehigh Valley Health Network sign letter of intent to Pocono Record
Scranton Times-Tribune -ModernHealthcare.com
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May 282015
 

Capital New York
Assembly passes universal health care bill
Capital New York
The state Assembly on Wednesday voted for a single-payer health bill, the first time in more than two decades the chamber has taken up the measure. The vote was 89-47, an overwhelming but largely symbolic step toward universal health insurance. The
NY Assembly passes bill to create universal health coverageSyracuse.com
ICYMI: Assembly passes single-payer health care billRochester Democrat and Chronicle (blog)
One Step Closer to Government-Run Health CareRushLimbaugh.com
Forbes -Ithaca Journal
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May 282015
 

NPR
Tattoos May Pose Health Risks, Researchers Report
WebMD
"Given the growing popularity of tattoos, physicians, public health officials and consumers need to be aware of the risks involved," Leger said in a Langone news release. For the study, researchers surveyed about 300 New York City adults, aged 18 to 69
What We Know About Tattoo Reactions Only Goes Skin-DeepNPR
In Addition To Regret, Tattoos Can Pose Serious Health RisksHuffington Post
Tattoo Health RisksKTVN
10TV -HamletHub
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May 282015
 

People Magazine
Demi Lovato on Living with Mental Illness: 'I Am Functioning like a Very Happy
People Magazine
Since learning of her diagnosis during treatment years ago, Lovato has done her best to raise awareness about mental health issues by speaking publicly about her own struggles and starting a treatment scholarship program in honor of her father, Patrick
Demi Lovato speaks out on mental health issuesCBS News
Demi Lovato is the face of mental health in new campaignArizona Daily Star
Demi Lovato helps launch new mental health campaignEntertainment Weekly (blog)

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May 282015
 

New York Times (blog)
Well | Anxious Students Strain College Mental Health Centers
New York Times (blog)
Anxiety has now surpassed depression as the most common mental health diagnosis among college students, though depression, too, is on the rise. More than half of students visiting campus clinics cite anxiety as a health concern, according to a recent