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Who Wins and Who Loses in the Latest G.O.P. Health Care Bill

The American Health Care Act, which narrowly won passage in the House on Thursday, could transform the nation’s health insurance system and create a new slate of winners and losers.
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In Rare Unity, Hospitals, Doctors and Insurers Criticize Health Bill

It is a rare unifying moment. Hospitals, doctors, health insurers and some consumer groups, with few exceptions, are speaking with one voice and urging significant changes to the Republican health care legislation that passed the House on Thursday....
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Mystery Disease Kills eight in Liberia, Government Rules out Ebola Return

A mystery disease has killed at least eight people in Liberia since Monday, the deaths occurring in the Sinoe county, some 350 km (217 miles) from Monrovia, the capital....
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Why an American went to Cuba for cancer care

Cuba has faced more than 50 years of US sanctions. Now, for the first time, a unique drug developed on the communist island is being tested in New York state....
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Allergy warning as Nestle recalls batch of KitKat Bites over fears they were packed with peanut butter chocolates

Nestle has recalled a batch of its KitKat Bites and warned people with nut or peanut allergies to be "especially vigilant" after incorrectly packaging the chocolates....
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Nutella maker fights back over claims palm oil in the spread can cause cancer

The makers of Nutella have defended their use of palm oil after a report claimed it can cause cancer....
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HIV Infection Reported in Patient Who Was Taking PrEP?

The first case of HIV contracted by a person taking the PrEP drug regimen has been reported....
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10 infants in critical condition from lethal bacteria outbreak

Plus, new study finds running may increase life span; Pittsburgh Steelers owner Dan Rooney has died....
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One in 10 US women with Zika had deformed fetus or baby

Miami (AFP) - About one in 10 women in the United States who were infected with Zika virus while pregnant had a fetus or baby with deformities last year, US government scientists said Tuesday....
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Public Health England's new guideline for the food industry is unlikely to curb obesity

...The government spends more money each year on obesity than it does the police or fire service. ......
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