Menu calorie labeling may reduce obesity-related cancer burden and health care costs

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Ohio spends a lot on Medicaid. But is his overall health up to par?

Marin Ackerman, 10, of Upper Arlington, receives a bandage after receiving a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine during a clinic for children ages 5 to 11 in 2021 at Nationwide Children's Hospital.  Children represent 1.33 million Ohioans who have Medicaid.
With the end of pandemic-era policies and benefits, Ohio officials estimate that as many as 280,000 of Ohio’s 3.55 million ...
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As part of $11 million effort to help Massachusetts residents maintain health coverage

Outreach worker Carrie Perez leaves information about MassHealth at the door of a home in Revere.  (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
At the community health center in downtown Lowell, patient navigator Abbas Tanner made one phone call among the dozens he ...
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MA health officials propose better ways to treat patients

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With the COVID-19 public health emergency over, state officials and organizations are struggling to restore a Massachusetts healthcare industry experiencing ...
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Californias Health Care Affordability Board discusses plans for healthcare sector consolidations and mergers – State of Reform

Californias Health Care Affordability Board discusses plans for healthcare sector consolidations and mergers - State of Reform
The California Health Care Affordability Board (HCAB), a decision-making body tasked with setting statewide and sector-specific spending goals and approving ...
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Georgia launches Medicaid expansion in closely monitored test of job requirements

FIILE - Cassandra Welchlin, executive director of the Mississippi Black Women Roundtable, speaks during a news conference on groups pushing for lawmakers to extend postpartum Medicaid from 60 days to 12 months, Jan. 26, 2023, at the Mississippi State Capitol in Jackson.  A Mississippi law that goes into effect on Saturday, July 1, 2023 authorizes one full year of postpartum Medicaid coverage.  (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)
ATLANTA (AP) Georgia is offering a new deal to some uninsured adults starting Saturday: Go to work or school and ...
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Big bets on health AI

Big bets on health AI
The health AI investment boom is underway. | AFP via Getty Images Healthcare delays behind other sectors in using generative ...
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USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative Releases Part Three of Their Mental Health Study in a Film Titled Misrepresentations: Popular Movies Misrepresent the Reality of Mental Health Conditions

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EXCLUSIVE: Mental health is on the minds of medical professionals, policy makers, parents and advocates these days. Yet a new ...
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First Health Care Costs Hearing Reveals More Questions Than Answers | CT news junkie

First Health Care Costs Hearing Reveals More Questions Than Answers |  CT news junkie
OHS Executive Director Deidre Gifford Credit: Mike Savino’s photo State officials have tried to get a better look at what’s ...
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Meet the charities filling a gap in Sheffield’s mental health services

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Sheffield is renowned for its green city status, surrounded by rolling hills and romantic vistas. But for many who live ...
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