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Is Hillary Clinton Healthy? Conspiracy Theories And Facts About Her ‘Mental And Physical Stamina’

Is Hillary Clinton Healthy? Conspiracy Theories And Facts About Her ‘Mental And Physical Stamina’

In December 2012, Hillary Clinton sustained a concussion. The secretary of state had become so dehydrated she fainted, hit her head, and, as a result, was brought to New York-Presbyterian Hospital for a follow-up MRI scan of her brain. Doctors discovered a blood clot inside a vein inside her skull and promptly prescribed blood thinners — which became [...]

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The bonkers conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton’s health, explained

The bonkers conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton’s health, explained

Donald Trump likes to insinuate that Hillary Clinton is in poor health: too weak and mentally “unstable” to fight ISIS, too “low-energy” to rally crowds. During a speech in Ohio, Trump said Clinton “lacks the mental and physical stamina” to be president. He once even insisted Clinton takes too many naps. (“No naps for Trump” is something [...]

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Lead Levels Below EPA Limits Can Still Impact Your Health

Lead Levels Below EPA Limits Can Still Impact Your Health

The residents of Flint, Mich., received some welcome news this week: Researchers released the results of a new round of water tests, showing lead levels in that city’s water system falling just below the Environmental Protection Agency action level. Too many water samples above that level is a red flag for utilities, a sign that [...]

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UN health agency boosts response to cholera outbreak in Central African Republic

UN health agency boosts response to cholera outbreak in Central African Republic

12 August 2016 – Amid the difficult humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic (CAR), the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners are stepping up efforts to respond to a recent cholera outbreak in villages along the Oubangui River and have stressed the urgent need for more resources and support for the country. A cholera [...]

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Expect your health insurance costs to rise in 2017

Expect your health insurance costs to rise in 2017

You’ll pay a little more for your workplace health insurance plan next year. Health insurance premiums will increase by 5 percent in 2017 for employees, according to a recent study from the National Business Group on Health, a Washington, D.C.-based organization that represents large employers. That’s about on par with employers’ predicted expenses. The 133 [...]

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Mayor joins residents in District 6 health run

Mayor joins residents in District 6 health run

SAN ANTONIO – More than 1,500 people, including San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor, gathered at Wolff Stadium Saturday morning to show off their fitness for the District 6 Fitness 5K. The event was  part of San Antonio Sports’ Fit Family Challenge, a 12-week program encouraging families to learn about and increase physical health. The event’s [...]

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Harrop: Clinton would boost health law

Harrop: Clinton would boost health law

We may be getting ahead of ourselves assuming that Hillary Clinton will be next president, but let’s proceed on that (comforting) notion. Few are better prepared to preserve and improve upon the Affordable Care Act than Clinton, who’s long immersed herself in health care policy. Obamacare is complicated — built that way to get past [...]

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People who believe exercise is good for them experience more health benefits, study finds

People who believe exercise is good for them experience more health benefits, study finds

People who believe exercise is good for them may derive more mental and physical benefits from working out than those with lower expectations. Researchers in Germany found people convinced of the health benefits of cycling enjoyed the exercise more and were more relaxed than cynics. For the study, psychologists at the University of Freiburg asked 76 [...]

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Cost, Not Choice, Is Top Concern of Health Insurance Customers

Cost, Not Choice, Is Top Concern of Health Insurance Customers

Millions of people buying insurance in the marketplaces created by thefederal health care law have one feature in mind. It is not finding a favorite doctor, or even a trusted company. It is how much — or, more precisely, how little — they can pay in premiums each month. And for many of them, especially [...]

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NC official’s resignation highlights clash in politics, public-health policy

NC official’s resignation highlights clash in politics, public-health policy

The character attack on a state toxicologist by environment and health administrators last week and the abrupt resignation submitted a day later in protest by one of the toxicologist’s managers shed more light on the volatile mix of politics and public-health policy now in play at the highest levels of North Carolina’s government. Tom Reeder, [...]

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Australian Unity wins right to develop $1.1bn health precinct

Australian Unity wins right to develop $1.1bn health precinct

Mutual organisation Australian Unity has beaten a joint venture between listed heavyweight Lend Lease and Trinity Health for the rights to Brisbane’s $1.1 billion Herston Quarter redevelopment. The site in inner Brisbane is one of the most high-profile development opportunities in southeast Queensland and was offered by the state government at a time when developers [...]

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Small Business Employee Benefits and HR Blog

Small Business Employee Benefits and HR Blog

Over the past few years, health and wellness programs have slowly made their wayinto employer provided health care. However, they can be difficult to include in small business health benefits due to their cost. A survey by Welltok, Inc and the National Business Group on Health examines the effect of wellness programs on employees, as [...]

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