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How Rudeness In Health Care Can Hurt Patients

Frozen Embryo Trial Highlights Gap In Law

WBUR, Boston, MA

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That Extra Slice: Study Finds When Kids Eat Pizza, They Eat More Calories

Til Stress Do Us Part: Marriage Angst Can Be Hard On Your Heart

Pre-Med Stress Hits New Heights As MCAT Exam Changes Loom

Sexting The ‘New Normal’ Among Teens?

Why To Exercise Today, For Men: High Blood Pressure Hits Much Later

We’re No. 1, Not In A Good Way: Highest Hospital Administrative Costs

Kaiser Health News, Washington, DC

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Docs, Nurses Disagree Over Expanded Nurse Roles

Study: Per Capita Rx Spending Fell For First Time in 2012

Sounding An Alarm On Alarms

Some Medical Students Seek A Match For Two

Difference In What Medicare Spends On Cancer May Not Affect Survival Rates

C-Section Delivery Rates Vary Widely Across Nation

Nurse Practitioners Say How They’re Paid Affects Care They Provide

Patient Loads Often At Unsafe Levels, Hospitalist Survey Finds

Commonwealth Fund Panel Proposes Options To Slow Health Care Spending

Study: Doctors Give In To Patient Demands For Brand-Name Drugs

Med Students Switch Gears After Sandy KO’s Training Hospitals

Eye Experts Say States Should Consider Making Vision Care An Exchange Benefit

PBS NewsHour, Arlington, VA 

How Will The Obamacare Mandate Impact You?

Survey Finds Rate For Young Adult Coverage Improves While Others Decline

Health Reform Deadline Looms For States

The Washington Post, Washington, DC washington-post-logo

Brill: Health Law Won’t Bring Prices Down For Patients

Those Left Out Of Medicaid Expansion Won’t Have To Buy Insurance

Electronic Health Records Help Cut Costs For Mass. Community Docs: Study

The Fiscal Times
, Washington, DC and New York, NY 

What Oregon’s Medicaid Study Means For Obamacare

Will Home Care Industry Exert Political Power On Pay?

El Tiempo Latino, Washington, DC 

Residentes De Maryland Saben Poco De La Ley De Salud

National Public Radio, Washington, DC 

Shots Blog

Aggressive Care Still Common For Dying Seniors, Despite Hospice Uptick

KQED Public Radio, San Francisco, CA

New Clinic for the Homeless to Open in Oakland (Radio Newscast)

Consumer Reports Debuts Its First-Ever Hospital Safety Ratings (Radio Newscast)

Homophobia a Factor in Spread of HIV

S.F. Supes Want Firmer Commitment From Hospital Company

KQED’s State of Health Blog  branding1

Clinic for the Homeless to Open in Oakland

Mobile Health Vans Care for Alameda’s Homeless

AIDS 2012: Research, Yes … and also Performances & Protests

Stigma An Apparent Barrier in Achieving AIDS-free Generation

Carrying Condoms Brings Arrest Risk for Sex Workers

ENDGAME: Frontline Documentary Explores AIDS in Black America

‘Consumer Reports’ Tackles Hospital Safety

New Phone-Based Program May Help Lower Diabetes Risk

Loneliness is Bad for the Elderly

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