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Were US diplomats hit with 'sonic attacks' in Cuba? A new study broadens the mystery.

July 25, 2019


In 2016, a number of United States diplomats in Cuba began experiencing symptoms—including headaches, blurred vision, and hearing phantom sounds—that have yet to be explained, and now, a new study shows changes in the diplomats' brains.

Allergan recalls breast implants linked to rare cancer

July 25, 2019


Allergan on Wednesday announced a global recall of the company's Biocell textured breast implants, after FDA found a link between the implants and a sharp increase in cases of and deaths involving a rare cancer.

How one chart, 19 years ago, drove the myth that cellphones cause cancer

July 25, 2019


Bill Curry, a consultant and physicist, in 2000 presented two reports supposedly showing a link between wireless signals and brain cancer, but while his conclusion has since been debunked, the myth of the connection remains pervasive today.

As Amazon moves into health care, it's confronting a scourge of fake supplements

July 25, 2019


Amazon has bolstered its health and wellness offerings as the company continues its push into health care, but a recent customer story showcases the difficulties Amazon faces in the mostly unregulated supplement market—and the potential risks for consumers.

Will New Hampshire’s Medicaid work requirements be struck down next?

July 25, 2019


A federal judge who earlier this year struck down Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky on Tuesday heard oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's approval of Medicaid work requirements in New Hampshire, but it is unclear how the judge will rule in the latest case.

Why you make bad decisions (and 4 ways to stop), according to a former Kaiser CEO

July 25, 2019


Robert Pearl, a physician and former CEO of Kaiser's Permanente Medical Group, writing for Vox explains what leads people to make "regrettable" decisions—and how they can make better ones.

Inside the Senate Finance Committee's sweeping new proposal to lower Rx drug costs

July 24, 2019


Senate Finance Committee Chair Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), the ranking member on the committee, on Tuesday introduced a sweeping bill aimed at lowering prescription drug costs by changing various Medicare and Medicaid policies, but the bill quickly drew criticism from congressional Republicans and the pharmaceutical industry.

Charted: The dramatic rise in telehealth claims over the last 4 years

July 24, 2019


Private insurance claims for all telehealth services surged between 2014 and 2018, according to a new white paper from Fair Health.

Indian Health Services hospitals are putting patients' health at risk, investigators find

July 24, 2019


Major issues at Indian Health Service hospitals have led to unsafe conditions for patients, risky opioid prescribing practices, and information technology vulnerabilities, according to two reports released Monday by HHS' Office of Inspector General.

What's more accurate than health plan directories? Google, a study finds.

July 24, 2019


Google offers more accurate provider information than many health plan directories, such as health plans' Medicare Advantage directories and exchange plan directories, according to a study recently published in the American Journal of Managed Care.

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