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Two providers arrested: $3.5 million health insurance fraud

Two providers arrested: $3.5 million health insurance fraud

Karla Sullivan March 26, 2015

Both providers have been charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit grand theft and grand theft

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Chicken pox, shingle virus linked to giant cell arteritis

Chicken pox, shingle virus linked to giant cell arteritis

Karla Sullivan March 23, 2015

Giant cell arteritis can be life threatening causing blindness and stroke

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National Health Service in U.K. Continues to Deteriorate

National Health Service in U.K. Continues to Deteriorate

Michael Bruce March 18, 2015

By Linda Gorman, reprinted from Health Care News, Heartland Institute The United Kingdom’s single-payer health care system provides an important model, and cautionary tale, for those who advocate such a system in the United

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Vegetarian diet may be linked to reducing colon cancer

Vegetarian diet may be linked to reducing colon cancer

Karla Sullivan March 13, 2015

The American Cancer Society that 1 in 20 will develop colon cancer at some point in their lifetime. Diets that include lots of vegetables have been linked with a decreased risk of colon cancer

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What Will Happen If Supreme Court Cuts ObamaCare Subsidies?

What Will Happen If Supreme Court Cuts ObamaCare Subsidies?

AAPS March 9, 2015

The Administration, however, had a ready fix: the IRS just wrote a rule that allows the subsidies to flow anyway, arguing that that must be what the law really meant

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Why women’s heart disease should be a research priority

Why women’s heart disease should be a research priority

Emily Miller February 26, 2015

Women are at a higher risk for developing a heart disease, but are currently being underrepresented in the research department

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What My Patient Taught Me about Medicaid

What My Patient Taught Me about Medicaid

AAPS February 22, 2015

Guest columnist, Alieta Eck, M.D., from the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons explains her latest experience with Medicaid

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ACOs Are the Latest Assault on Private Medical Practice

ACOs Are the Latest Assault on Private Medical Practice

AAPS February 16, 2015

Guest columnist, Richard Amerling, M.D., from the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons explains the latest news on private medical practice

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Health professionals seek to redefine chronic fatigue

Health professionals seek to redefine chronic fatigue

Emily Miller February 11, 2015

Chronic fatigue syndrome, a debilitating illness affecting up to 2.5 million Americans, may soon get a new name and set of diagnostic criteria

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NEDA launches 28th Annual National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

NEDA launches 28th Annual National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Karla Sullivan February 11, 2015

During NEDAwareness Week, thousands of people come together in communities across the country, hosting events to raise awareness about body image and bring national attention to the severity of eating disorders

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