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South Korean airlines halt flights to Daegu, city with most virus cases

Feb 24, 2020 , Reuters
South Korea's Korean Air Lines and Asiana Airlines said on Monday they are suspending flights to Daegu, the country's fourth-largest city with the largest number of coronavirus cases, for the time being....
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Why We Fail To Reach Goals: Our Brains Begin With One Focus, But Closing The Deal Requires Another, Study Suggests

Feb 24, 2020 , Forbes
A new study examines a brain-based disconnect in our decision making that leads to failure, with a takeaway that could give us an edge the next time we pursue a goal....
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She learned to love eating -- and herself -- despite a lifetime of fat shaming

Feb 23, 2020 , CNN Health
A lifetime of struggling with disordered eating can ruin self-esteem and create a sense of helplessness. Here's how one woman fought back and found a way to eat intuitively....
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Viewpoints: Time To Rethink Nonprofit Hospitals That Take More Than They Give Back; Union Members Might Actually Benefit From ‘Medicare For All’

Feb 22, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Opinion writers weigh in on these health topics and...
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Victims’ Families, Tribes Want Public Reckoning For IHS Officials Who Protected Abusive Doctor. They Might Not Get One.

Feb 22, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
The Indian Health Service says that it won't release a report on the government officials who were responsible for a pediatrician who was charged with sexually abusing six boys on two reservations over his time at IHS. Legal experts are questioning the grounds from IHS' decision, though. Other news on the administration focuses on EPA and "forever chemicals," new visa rules for immigrants, and a lawsuit against the VA....
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Pediatrician: Several vaccines at once might be too much for parents, but kids are just fine

Feb 22, 2020 , CNN Health
"Your child is due for shots today," is frequently followed in my practice by a grimace and a visible tightening of parents' hold on their baby. Then comes my rehearsed recital of the diseases against which we are protecting the baby through vaccination and lastly, I lay out the total number of shots due. That is when the bargaining starts -- "Does she really need that many Dr. Bracho? Couldn't we do two today and the rest next time?"...
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Coronavirus to cost airlines more than $29 billion in revenue this year

Feb 21, 2020 , CNBC Health
Air travel demand is set to decline for the first time in more than a decade because of coronavirus, a trade group...
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KHN’s ‘What The Health?’: The Labor Pains Of ‘Medicare For All’

Feb 21, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Organized labor is divided over whether to support “Medicare for All.” Meanwhile, many of the Democratic presidential candidates seem unable to use the health issue to their advantage. Rebecca Adams of CQ Roll Call, Jennifer Haberkorn of the Los Angeles Times and Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss this and more. Also, for extra credit, the panelists offer their favorite health policy stories of the week they think you should read,...
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Viewpoints: It’s Finally Time To Learn Lesson Coronavirus Outbreaks Are Trying To Teach Us; By The Time The Pills Got There, It Was Too Late

Feb 20, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Editorial pages focus on these and other health...
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Obamacare A Disgrace? Biden Highlights Bloomberg’s Negative Remarks About The Affordable Care Act.

Feb 20, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
There was a time when Bloomberg’s criticism was consistent....
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Headache Or Brain Trauma? Testing Tools In Military Arena Fall Short Of Diagnosing Soldiers’ Most Common Injury

Feb 19, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
The New York Times explains why the numbers of soldiers with brain injuries kept rising after Iran's missile attack and how CT scans and blood tests often come up short. Public health news is on pelvic exams, dementia, transplants, end-of-life care, genetic research, child abuse, pollution, foot health, assisted living care, test results, shingles, tattoos, alcoholic liver disease, and safe sex, as...
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Late Bedtimes in Preschool Years Could Bring Weight Gain

Feb 19, 2020 , MedicineNet
Title: Late Bedtimes in Preschool Years Could Bring Weight GainCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/18/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/18/2020 12:00:00...
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Keep Your Kids Safe, Warm in Wintertime Fun

Feb 19, 2020 , MedicineNet
Title: Keep Your Kids Safe, Warm in Wintertime FunCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/15/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/18/2020 12:00:00...
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Late Bedtime in Preschool Could Bring Weight Gain

Feb 19, 2020 , WebMD
Researchers found that young children who routinely got to sleep after 9 p.m. tended to gain more body fat between the ages of 2 and...
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Global Health Technologies: Time To Re-Think The ‘Trickle Down’ Model

Feb 18, 2020 , Forbes
Technologies are critical for addressing global health needs, but the ‘trickle down’ model has limitations. If the end goal is to save lives and do it quickly, then innovations from the Global South must be given a...
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Taiwan confirms its first death, American cruise ship passenger tests positive in Malaysia

Feb 17, 2020 , CNBC Health
An American cruise ship passenger tested positive for a second time after hundreds of passengers had already left the MS...
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Backstory - 'This is a special time': Reporting from the edge of China's virus lockdown

Feb 17, 2020 , Reuters
It was a late afternoon on a blue-sky day in Jiujiang, a city that borders Hubei, the central Chinese province worst hit by the coronavirus....
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Patients often puzzled by medical test reports

Feb 15, 2020 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Even the most educated, take-charge individuals may have a hard time deciphering the test results they can access after a doctor visit, two new studies suggest....
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High lifetime number of sexual partners linked to increased cancer risk

Feb 14, 2020 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - People who have had 10 or more sexual partners during their lifetime may have increased odds of being diagnosed with cancer, a new study suggests....
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Time Spent on the Links May Lengthen Life

Feb 14, 2020 , MedicineNet
Title: Time Spent on the Links May Lengthen LifeCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/12/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/13/2020 12:00:00...
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