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When Mother Nature Hands You a Catastrophic Insurance Claim home insurance When Mother Nature Hands You a Catastrophic Insurance Claim Your house is a wreck, but unless you know how to handle yourself throughout the insurance claims process, the disaster might just be getting started....


This article was originally published here Creat Nurs. 2021 Nov 1;27(4):262-266. doi: 10.1891/cn-2021-0016. ABSTRACT Planetary health and human health are inextricably linked in a complex relationship. Gender-based health vulnerabilities fall disproportionately on women regardless of a countr...


A TLANTA — When key mutations strike bone marrow stem cells, known as hematopoietic stem cells, your risk for a litany of diseases go up. “Heart attacks, strokes, more recently COPD, osteoporosis,” Siddhartha Jaiswal, a pathology researcher at Stanford University, rattled off. “And you’re at hi...


U.S. Latino civil rights groups are running bilingual campaigns to get as many eligible people as possible to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act before the end of the year. Why it matters: Latinos are one of most uninsured groups in the country, whether through public plans...


During open enrollment, make sure you pick a health insurance plan that prioritizes mental health and treatment for opioid use disorder. Lee Dilworth  |  Guest columnist Lee Dilworth is the founder and CEO of ReVIDA Recovery Centers. Just a few weeks ago, the C...


SAN DIEGO — A new health super sensor has been developed to regulate everything from blood pressure to how much you have had to drink. The soft and stretchy patch is the first wearable device to monitor both cardiovascular signals and biochemical levels in the human body at the same time. Worn on...


With this being the last Colorado “5 Things” newsletter of 2021, we want to extend our best wishes to all of you and hope you have a wonderful holiday season surrounded by loved ones and good food! This month, we cover DOI’s submission of the finalized 1332 waiver amendment—the most recent step in ...


One had traveled to Canada, another to Mexico before symptoms PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ) — Oregon’s first three cases of Omicron-variant COVID-19 have been confirmed in Washington and Multnomah counties, the Oregon Health Authority reported Monday evening. Oregon Health Science University Laboratory...


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Metro Health urging residents to get fully vaccinated, plus booster SAN ANTONIO – The first two known cases of the COVID-19 omicron variant have been detected in Bexar County, and local health officials are urging the public to get vaccinated. The cases were discovered thro...


Andrea DeLaBruere has been appointed commissioner of the Department of Vermont Health Access. Courtesy photo A former health care information technology executive is taking the helm of Vermont’s Medicaid program.  Andrea DeLaBruere will become commissioner of the Department of Vermont Healt...


New research shows open dialogue and information sharing between parents and young adults reduces barriers for talking about health, which can lead to better overall health outcomes for emerging adults. For many emerging adults, the period between 18 and 25 years of age marks a stage of life to exp...




close 01/6 What to expect in the first week of intermittent fasting Intermittent fasting is the latest lifestyle trend that promises effective weight loss and better health. Although fasting has been a part of several cultures for centuries, its popularity has sky-rocketed in the...