Month: September 2021

Posted in News Texas

¿Un test de covid más caro que un Tesla? En Texas es posible

Cuando covid-19 golpeó el año pasado, la compañía de Travis Warner se puso más ocupada que nunca. Instala sistemas de video e Internet, y con…

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As Democrats Bicker Over Massive Spending Plan, Here’s What’s at Stake for Medicaid

Hours after the Supreme Court in 2012 narrowly upheld the Affordable Care Act but rejected making Medicaid expansion mandatory for states, Obama administration officials laughed…

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A Covid Test Costing More Than a Tesla? It Happened in Texas.

When covid-19 struck last year, Travis Warner’s company became busier than ever. He installs internet and video systems, and with people suddenly working from home,…

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Death in Dallas: One Family’s Experience in the Medicaid Gap

For years, Millicent McKinnon of Dallas went without health insurance. She was one of roughly 1 million Texans who earn too much to qualify for…

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Covid Is Killing Rural Americans at Twice the Rate of Urbanites

Rural Americans are dying of covid at more than twice the rate of their urban counterparts — a divide that health experts say is likely…

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La parte del drama de Britney Spears que miles de personas están sufriendo

La última vez que Britney Spears compareció ante un juez, en junio, se enfureció cuando contó como la obligaron a recibir atención psiquiátrica que le…

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The Part of the ‘Free Britney’ Saga That Could Happen to Anyone

When Britney Spears last went before a judge, in June, she bristled as she told of being forced into psychiatric care that cost her $60,000…

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Alzheimer’s Drug Targets People With Mild Cognitive Impairment. What Does That Mean?

The approval of a controversial new drug for Alzheimer’s disease, Aduhelm, is shining a spotlight on mild cognitive impairment — problems with memory, attention, language…

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17 jobs from Adecco

Sr. Linux Systems EngineerAdeccoNew York, NYSoftware DeveloperAdeccoNew York, NYLead Business AnalystAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalystAdeccoNew York, NYIT ManagerAdeccoWallingford, CTWeb Producer – FashionAdeccoNew York, NYIT DirectorAdeccoNew York, N…

Posted in Colorado News

The ‘Burn Scars’ of Wildfires Threaten the West’s Drinking Water

Colorado saw its worst fire season last year, with the three largest fires in state history and more than 600,000 acres burned. But some of…

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Wildfire Smoke Is Here to Stay. Here’s How to Clean the Air Inside Your Home.

The fierce wildfires that broke out across much of the western United States this summer, spreading smoke across hundreds of miles, continue to pose a…

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An Ad’s Charge That Price Haggling Would ‘Swipe $500 Billion From Medicare’ Is Incorrect

“These guys [insurance companies and Washington bureaucrats] are working together to swipe $500 billion from Medicare to pay for Pelosi and Schumer’s out-of-control spending spree.”…

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Bomberos en la línea de batalla se resisten a los mandatos de vacunación contra covid

El bombero de Kentucky Jimmy Adams vio de cerca los estragos de la pandemia de coronavirus cuando se desempeñó como paramédico ayudando a cuidar a…

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Who Qualifies for a Covid Booster? The List Is Growing Longer

On Friday, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky said people whose jobs put them at risk of coronavirus infection qualify for a…

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These Schools Use Weekly Testing to Keep Kids in Class — And Covid Out

On a recent Monday morning, a group of preschoolers filed into the gymnasium at Hillside School in the west Chicago suburbs. These 4- and 5-year-olds…

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Firefighters on Front Lines, No Strangers to Risk, Push Back Against Covid Vaccine Mandates

Kentucky firefighter Jimmy Adams saw the ravages of the coronavirus pandemic when he served as a medic who helped care for the sick on medical…

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17 jobs from Adecco

Lead Business AnalystAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalystAdeccoNew York, NYIT ManagerAdeccoWallingford, CTWeb Producer – FashionAdeccoNew York, NYIT DirectorAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalysisAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalysisAdeccoNew York, NYData Visu…

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From the FDA’s Empty Seat to Chock-Full ICUs, Journalists Recap the Week’s Stories

KHN correspondent Rachana Pradhan discussed why President Joe Biden hasn’t yet nominated a permanent leader for the Food and Drug Administration on Newsy’s “Morning Rush”…

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17 jobs from Adecco

IT ManagerAdeccoWallingford, CTWeb Producer – FashionAdeccoNew York, NYIT DirectorAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalysisAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalysisAdeccoNew York, NYData Visualization DeveloperAdeccoNew York, NYClinical EHR Applications Administra…

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Científicos dicen que una píldora diaria para tratar covid estaría a meses de distancia

Un día después de dar positivo para covid-19 en junio, Miranda Kelly estaba lo suficientemente enferma como para asustarse. Con 44 años, hipertensión y diabetes,…

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Low Wages and Pandemic Gut Staffing Support for Those With Disabilities

Ernestine “Erma” Bryant likes her job, but the pay is a problem. She works in a caregiver role as a “direct support professional” in Tifton,…

Posted in Georgia News

Mounting Covid Deaths Fuel School Bus Drivers’ Fears

GRIFFIN, Ga. — Natalia D’Angelo got sick right after school started in August. She was driving a school bus for special education students in Griffin-Spalding…

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A Daily Pill to Treat Covid Could Be Just Months Away, Scientists Say

Within a day of testing positive for covid-19 in June, Miranda Kelly was sick enough to be scared. At 44, with diabetes and high blood…

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California Moves on Climate Change, but Rejects Aggressive Cuts to Greenhouse Emissions

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As California trudges into another autumn marred by toxic wildfire smoke and drought-parched reservoirs, state lawmakers have cast climate change as a…

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KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: The Autumn of Democrats’ Discontent

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen on SoundCloud. You can also listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts or wherever you…

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Democrats Roll the Dice on Sweeping Abortion Rights Bill — Again

A newly conservative Supreme Court agreed to hear a case most assumed it would use to overrule the 1973 landmark abortion-rights ruling, Roe v. Wade….

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Biosimilar Drugs Are Cheaper Than Biologics. Are They Similar Enough to Switch?

It took years for Elle Moxley to get a diagnosis that explained her crippling gastrointestinal pain, digestion problems, fatigue, and hot, red rashes. And after…

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The Checkup Is in the Mail? Soliciting Letter Carriers to Help Deliver Health Care

Two of America’s toughest problems can be tempered with one solution. The baby boom generation is graying, creating an ever-larger population of older people, many…

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17 jobs from Adecco

Web Producer – FashionAdeccoNew York, NYIT DirectorAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalysisAdeccoNew York, NYBusiness AnalysisAdeccoNew York, NYData Visualization DeveloperAdeccoNew York, NYClinical EHR Applications AdministratorAdeccoNew York, NYSr. GUI De…

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Will ‘Dr. Disinformation’ Ever Face the Music?

Earlier this month, Dr. Rashid Buttar posted on Twitter that covid-19 “was a planned operation” and shared an article alleging that most people who got…