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A bad work environment can be bad for your health
CNN
"The thing that surprised me most was how many people experienced some kind of hostile social interaction in the workplace," said Nicole Maestas, co-author of the study and associate professor of health care policy at Harvard Medical School. The report ...

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New York Times

Coal Mining Health Study Is Halted by Interior Department
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Interior Department has ordered a halt to a scientific study begun under President Obama of the public health risks of mountaintop-removal coal mining. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, which was ...
Trump administration halted a study of mountaintop coal mining's health effectsWashington Post
Trump Administration Halts Mountaintop Removal Health Study89.3 WFPL
Trump Just Killed a Study Looking Into the Health Effects of Coal in Central AppalachiaMother Jones
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Sitting Could Be Big Health Risk for Frail Folks
WebMD
MONDAY, Aug. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- After years of being told that sitting too much is deadly, a new study now suggests that being sedentary for long periods of time may not be an equal-opportunity health risk. For inactive middle-aged and older ...

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Washington Post

The Health 202: Trump's plan to harm Obamacare would actually help it
Washington Post
Weirdly enough, slightly more people – not fewer -- could receive health insurance by 2020 were the president to terminate the controversial cost-sharing payments, otherwise known as CSRs, which compensate insurers for discounts they must offer their ...

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Axios

Paul Ryan: tax reform "far easier" than health care
Axios
At a CNN town hall Monday night, Paul Ryan said, "I believe it's going to be far easier for us to do tax reform than it was for, say, health care reform." Our thought bubble: His rationale was that Senate rules won't present the kind of roadblocks they ...

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New York Times

Getting People to Enroll in Health Plans While Trump Attacks Them ...
New York Times
“It's pretty powerful,” Sharon Barker, an enrollment counselor, said of the administration's frequent attacks on the Affordable Care Act, “and that's what we're up ...

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Washington Post

It's time to talk about Trump's mental health
Washington Post
We don't know how to even begin inquiring into a president's mental health, so we rationalize aberrant behavior as being part of some subtle strategy. We say that Trump is cleverly playing to his base, or employing the “madman theory” of foreign ...

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New York Times

Public Hospitals Treat Greater Share of Mental Health Patients
New York Times
The number of mental health admissions at public city hospitals increased sharply over the five years ending in 2014, even as private hospitals shed psychiatric inpatients over the same period, according to the report, released last month by the city's ...



PEOPLE.com

Jerry Lewis Died of Cardiac Disease After Decades of Health Struggles
PEOPLE.com
Jerry Lewis's death was caused by heart failure, the Clark County Nevada Coroner tells PEOPLE. Specifically, doctors attributed his death to “end stage cardiac disease due to peripheral vascular disease.” The legendary comedian died on Sunday ...

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USA TODAY

Over 45000 pounds of sugar dumped in Times Square illustrates alarming child health trend
USA TODAY
"Hopefully it empowers consumers – especially parents – to make more informed food choices," said Stephanie Perruzza, RD, Health & Wellness Specialist at KIND. Added sugars are sugars manufactures add to foods, as well as honey, syrups, fruit juices ...


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