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CNBC

Trump and health care: President gives Congress five principles for Obamacare replacement
CNBC
President Donald Trump on Tuesday urged Democrats to work with Republicans in Congress to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which he claimed, yet again, is a "disaster." Trump's request, which he made twice during his first address to ...
Nurses Warn Trump/GOP Health Ideas Would Accelerate CrisisCommon Dreams
Trump opposes required health benefits but reveals few details of his plan to end the ACAWashington Post
Donald Trump Learns That Reforming Health Care Is “Complicated”The New Yorker
New York Times -Kaiser Family Foundation -Slate Magazine
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CNBC

Trump wants to expand health savings accounts. Here's how they work
CNBC
President Donald Trump said in his first speech to a joint session of Congress Tuesday that one of his main principles for replacing the Affordable Care Act is to have health savings accounts play a larger role in helping "Americans purchase their own ...

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Crain's Chicago Business

Outcome Health plans huge new HQ in River North
Crain's Chicago Business
Outcome Health is increasing its headquarters space by six times with a nearly 400,000-square-foot office lease in River North, signaling that one of Chicago's fastest-growing companies is keeping its foot on the gas. The health technology company ...
Outcome Health makes deal for big new River North officeChicago Tribune

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New York Times

Health Care Is Front and Center in Democrats' Response to Trump Address
New York Times
But Democratic leaders are determined to make health care — particularly Medicare and the Affordable Care Act — the centerpiece of their attacks against Republicans leading into next year's midterm elections. And as Mr. Beshear alluded to, he has a ...
Dems Respond To Trump Speech: GOP Will 'Rip' Health Care From AmericansDaily Caller
Democrats' response to Trump: 'Reckless' president will 'rip' health care away from working classPolitico
Former Governor Who Embraced Health Law to Rebut Trump's SpeechWall Street Journal (subscription)

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New York Times

Trump Concedes Health Law Overhaul Is 'Unbelievably Complex'
New York Times
Many policy makers had anticipated the intricacies of changing the health care law, and Mr. Trump's demands in the opening days of his administration to simultaneously repeal and replace President Barack Obama's signature domestic achievement made ...

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NPR

What If You Could Take It With You? Health Insurance, That Is
NPR
Why should a health plan be tied to where you work or live? The answer, of course, is "it's complicated." As Republicans debate ideas for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, portability might play a central role in their plan. So how would ...

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RealClearPolitics

GOP Urges Trump to Use Bully Pulpit on Health Care
RealClearPolitics
President Trump edged into the bully pulpit Tuesday in his address to a joint session of Congress with a fresh push for Republican-driven health care reform, marking a late arrival into a fray that for weeks has engulfed GOP lawmakers at fiery town ...
How a GOP Health-Care Plan Could Leave Rural Areas Devoid of CoverageThe Atlantic
Key House Republican Opposes Current Draft of GOP Health Care BillNBCNews.com
Trump just moved the GOP's health care consensus permanently to the leftVox
Slate Magazine (blog) -Mother Jones
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Bloomberg

Trump Backs Health Tax Credits That Have Split Republicans
Bloomberg
Trump's health-care remarks, midway through the hour-long speech, offered few new policy details but embraced a plan put forward by House Speaker Paul Ryan. A divided Republican Party, along with investors on Wall Street, had been looking for a clear ...
Trump: 'Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated'USA TODAY

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The Keene Sentinel

These 12 superbugs pose the greatest threat to human health, WHO says
The Keene Sentinel
The World Health Organization announced its first list of antibiotic-resistant “priority pathogens” Monday, detailing 12 families of bacteria that agency experts say pose the greatest threat to human health and kill millions of people every year. The ...
World Health Organization: Drug-Resistant Superbugs Are HereMen's Health
WHO's First-Ever List Of The Dirty Dozen SuperbugsNPR
WHO: These 12 bacteria pose greatest risk to human healthCNN
World Health Organization -World Health Organization
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Fortune

Some Health Fads May Not Be All That Healthy
WebMD
Coconut oil is a recent health food fad, but coconut is naturally loaded with unhealthy saturated fats, Freeman and Lichtenstein said. People would do better to use olive and vegetable oils in their cooking, since they contain healthy unsaturated fats.
A Cardiologist Explains Which Health Food Fads Are Actually Good for YouFortune
Want A Long Life With A Healthy Heart? Here's What To Eat (And What Not To)Forbes

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