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To the ‘pro-life’ representatives who voted for the AHCA:

This is my daughter:

She doesn’t have a name yet, but her brother is already smitten with her. She appears to be healthy so far, and we’re hoping to meet her around Halloween. 512 more words

Healthcare Policy

How Easy is it to Access Health Care in the US?

By: Rachel F Smallwood, PhD

         Access to health care has been a concern as long as there has been health care, and it is one of the hot-button issues of health care policy debates. 1,131 more words

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The Burden of Stroke in Europe report: need for more support for more stroke survivors.

The number of strokes across the UK could rise by almost half (44 per cent) (i) in the next 20 years, according to a new report (ii) by researchers from King’s College London. 262 more words

Stroke Research At King's College London

Science Policy Around the Web - May 16, 2017

By: Sarah L Hawes, PhD

Preventative Medicine

Fresh Foods a Day Keep Disease and Deficit Away

If you have recently shopped for health insurance, you likely encountered incentives for self-maintenance, such as discounted gym membership, or reimbursement for a jogging stroller. 809 more words

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Care Quality Commission Registration - A Guide for Startup Health and Social Care Organisations

The CQC or Care Quality Commission is the regulator of all healthcare and social care services Registration with CQC is a mandatory requirement for all health care and social care service providers. 279 more words

Healthcare Policy

‘No parent should ever have to decide if they can afford to save their child’s life.”

Jimmy Kimmel recently opened up about his newborn son’s unexpected open heart surgery, in an emotional, heartfelt monologue that touches upon the rawness and vulnerability of suddenly finding yourself in that terrifying situation as a parent. 436 more words

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