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New York Times

The Secret to Keeping Black Men Healthy? Maybe Black Doctors
New York Times
The study, published in June by the National Bureau for Economic Research, involved 702 black men in Oakland, Calif., who came to a clinic for a free health screening. They were randomly assigned to a black male doctor or one who was white or Asian.

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CNNMoney

Amazon hires star cardiologist as it pushes deeper into health care
CNNMoney
Amazon has hired a top cardiologist as it broadens its involvement in the health care industry. Maulik Majmudar, who is also associate director of the Healthcare Transformation Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital, announced on Twitter that he is ...
Amazon hires a star cardiologist to help its push into healthCNBC

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Wall Street Journal (blog)

The Exercise That Helps Mental Health Most
Wall Street Journal (blog)
We assume exercise improves our mental health. But what kind of exercise works best? Researchers looking at the link between physical activity and mental health found that team sports fared best, followed by cycling, either on the road or a stationary ...

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CNN

Trump's coal emissions rollbacks will be bad for country's health, experts say
CNN
(CNN) The Environmental Protection Agency will allow states to set their own emission standards for coal-fueled power plants. The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler signed a proposal that calls for states ...

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TechCrunch

RDMD attacks rare diseases with data mined from health records
TechCrunch
You wouldn't expect a medical app to get its start as a Snapchat competitor. Neither did video chat startup TapTalk's founder Onno Faber. But four years ago he was diagnosed with a rare disease called neurofibromatosis type 2 that caused tumors ...

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Forbes

Why Will We See More Measles? Public Health Can Answer
Forbes
As mentioned in my accompanying first post, "Outbreak Or Not, Measles Is A Growing Threat Globally," measles is on the rise in the U.S. and Europe. Many people don't understand why is it on the rise in the U.S. One misconception is that refugees are a ...
Measles cases hit record high in EuropeBBC News

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Science News (blog)

Americans support genetically engineering animals for people's health
Science News (blog)
Scientists have the power to genetically engineer many types of animals. Most Americans think it's OK to alter or insert genes in animals and insects — provided it's done in the interest of human health, according to a poll released August 16 from the ...

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Mon Health plans turnaround after losing nearly $27M in 2018
Becker's Hospital Review
Mon Health ended fiscal year 2018 in the red, but the Morgantown, W.Va.-based system aims to turn around its finances through an operations improvement plan, according to The Dominion Post. Here are nine things to know: 1. Mon Health is the parent ...

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Motley Fool

Best Buy Bets $800 Million on Connected Health
Motley Fool
The Jitterbug Smart smartphone can be paired with a basic talk, text, and data plan, as well as health and safety packages ranging in cost from $19.99 per month to $34.99 per month. Services includes access to a personal operator who can assist with ...

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Pacific Standard

When It Comes to Health-Related Research, Should We Cut Out the Middleman?
Pacific Standard
Many people, whether they realize it or not, make personal health decisions based on the studies that appear on their social media feeds. But social media can't always be trusted; rarely is that research properly vetted—a fact that can lead to ...


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