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Pew Research Center

Americans are narrowly divided over health effects of genetically modified foods
Pew Research Center
About half of U.S. adults (49%) say foods containing genetically modified (GM) ingredients are worse for one's health than foods containing no GM ingredients, while a slightly smaller share (44%) thinks foods with GM ingredients are neither better nor ...

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The future of health IT: How UConn Health & UC Irvine Health are reimagining care
Becker's Hospital Review
Hospitals across the nation are embracing the next generation of health IT solutions. However, there is no one-size-fits-all strategy for the successful application of these new tools. As emerging technologies become more widespread, healthcare leaders ...



HealthPayerIntelligence.com

HHS Sets Sights on Addressing Social Determinants of Health
HealthPayerIntelligence.com
While the head of HHS noted the federal government assumes the lead on financing healthcare, “we believe we could spend less on healthcare.” And, most importantly, he continued, “we can help Americans live healthier lives if we did a better job of ...

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New survey highlights digital health challenges
EurekAlert (press release)
19, 2018 - As health system leaders look ahead to the challenges and opportunities of the coming year, they are increasing their spending to defend against cyberattacks, expressing optimism about reimbursement for telehealth services, and feeling ...

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Axios

Medicaid buy-ins offer states a new way to expand health coverage
Axios
A handful of states — including several that just saw Democratic gains in the midterms — are exploring the idea of allowing people to buy into Medicaid, as a way to expand access to low-cost health coverage. Why it matters: Striking a balance among ...



The Hill

Talking points and health-care restrictions prevent people from enrolling in ACA
The Hill
These inflammatory talking-points have been going around since the Affordable Health care Act was passed in 2015. Chief among these false talking points is the argument that the Affordable Care Act (ACA), provides federal subsidies for abortions — it ...

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Stanford Medical Center Report

Stanford Medicine magazine reports on ways digital technology is transforming health care
Stanford Medical Center Report
An integral part of that strategy is ensuring that the human touch, an essential part of health care, not be lost, he said. To that end, Stanford Medicine has embraced a mission that takes advantage of the best elements of the latest technology to ...



Health Data Management

HIT Think How does Google want to apply artificial intelligence in healthcare?
Health Data Management
Recently, DeepMind's leaders announced its healthcare team will be combined into Google to help them become the "AI-powered assistant for nurses and doctors everywhere." Observers say the move is part of a broader effort within Google to boost ...



USA TODAY

After infants suffer botulism poisoning, health officials warn of honey-filled pacifiers
USA TODAY
TEXAS — After four infants in Texas were treated for botulism, the Texas Department of State Health Services is warning parents and other adults not to give babies pacifiers containing honey. Health officials say the infants had each been given a ...
Honey pacifiers linked to 4 infant botulism cases: Texas health officialsKTRK-TV
Texas DSHS warns parents of infants to avoid honey-filled pacifiers due to botulismKHOU.com
Infant Botulism Health Alert - Nov. 16, 2018 - Texas Department of State Health Services - Texas.govTexas Department of State Health Services - Texas.gov
FDA -Texas Department of State Health Services - Texas.gov
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KTVZ

OSU study: Daily stress can hurt seniors' brain health
KTVZ
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Taking typical daily annoyances such as a long wait at the doctor's office or a traffic jam on the freeway in stride may help preserve brain health in older adults, while emotional reactions could contribute to declines in cognition ...

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