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Letter: Health care barrier | Letters to the Editor

In a state the place many households live in poverty, are nonetheless uninsured and struggling to entry health care, we ought to be eliminating limitations to health care, not creating extra via divisive, politically motivated assaults on businesses and facilities offering important providers. On Aug. 25 Gov. Henry McMaster issued …

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Is Dementia Declining Among Older Americans?

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Sept. 5, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Here’s some excellent news for America’s seniors: The charges of Alzheimer’s and different types of dementia have dropped considerably during the last decade or so, a brand new research exhibits. The evaluation of almost 1,400 males and …

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The Health 202: Immigrants’ health-care problems are about to get worse

THE PROGNOSIS Young immigrants and supporters stroll holding indicators throughout a rally in help of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sept. 1. (AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN)  The Prognosis is visitor hosted right now by The Fix‘s Amber Phillips. Paige will return subsequent week. “Dreamers” may soon …

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New clinic in Waunakee treats aches and pains

Dr. Nate Hoover was a sophomore in highschool in Eau Claire when he selected his profession path. He fractured his again snowboarding, and whereas present process bodily remedy, he noticed how shortly a number of workouts might ease his ache and assist his motion. “I was lucky. I was one …

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Downtown Newark gets five new shops, association president

James Hostetter, left, talks to clients through the opening of Brick Alley Donut Company, 56 W. Main St., earlier this yr.(Photo: Staff photograph) NEWARK – James Hostetter introduced at Tuesday’s Downtown Newark Association assembly he has resigned as president of the group. Hostetter, who has been president greater than two …

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‘All fat is bad’ and other nutrition tips that have gone sour

If you’re nonetheless bread with out peanut butter, you’re doing your self a disservice, registered dietitian Cara Rosenbloom writes.  (Dreamstime)   By Cara RosenbloomThe Washington Post Wed., Sept. 6, 2017 A pal of mine is making an attempt to reduce weight and needed to examine whether or not her methods have been …

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Rep. Titus: Planned Parenthood needs our support

Wade Vandervort Congresswoman Dina Titus (D-Nev) speaks throughout a health care listening to at UNLV in Las Vegas on Saturday, June three, 2017. At the listening to, Planned Parenthood sufferers, health care suppliers, and public health specialists provided testimonies about what the ACA (Affordable Care Act) repeal would imply to them. …

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