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CNBC

Amazon-led health venture should focus on life expectancy and disease prevention, experts say
CNBC
The health-care partnership between Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Morgan, announced early this year, is one of the biggest stories in the industry. So it's only natural that 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki and Stanford University's Steven Quake, who ...

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Harvard Business Review

How the Architecture of Hospitals Affects Health Outcomes
Harvard Business Review
A key determinant of everything that matters when it comes to health interventions — the experience, cost, and results — has been hiding in plain sight. It is the buildings and spaces in which patients are treated. The size and layout of a room ...



NPR

Report: World Support For Mental Health Care Is 'Pitifully Small'
NPR
It's a major milestone in the fight to recognize mental health and mental illness as global issues: a comprehensive report from the Lancet Commission on Global Mental Health, three years in the making, released this past week at a London summit with ...
People in mental health crisis neglected by NHS, MPs warnThe Guardian
Vikram Patel | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthHarvard TH Chan School of Public Health - Harvard University
Dr Julian Eaton | Centre for Global Mental HealthCentre for Global Mental Health
The Carter Center -Department of Global Health - University of Washington
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USA TODAY

Kanye West's TimesTalks on mental health with Charlamagne tha God canceled
USA TODAY
"Normalizing being mentally healthy is a conversation that I really wanted to have with Kanye because he's been so vocal about his own mental health struggles," Charlamagne wrote on an Instagram post Monday. His message was attached with an event ...
Charlamagne tha God cancels mental health TimesTalk with Kanye WestCBS News
Kanye West Talk About Mental Health Canceled: 'To Have That Conversation Would Not Be Productive'Variety
Kanye / Charlamagne TimesTalk About Mental Health CanceledPitchfork
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What You Can Do To Control How Your Health And Medical Data Is Used
NPR
CORNISH: I want to broaden the discussion out because Richard's reporting focused on patient records. But there are other ways that our health data can be collected by private companies, especially now that there are smart watches and fitness trackers ...



Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

New clinic will be like an urgent care for mental health, substance abuse
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
You're despondent after an argument with someone you love. Or suddenly, you feel anxious. Or you worry about falling back into using drugs. A number of things can spark a mental health crisis. As with physical injuries, not all emotional pain requires ...



POLITICO Magazine

The Great American Health Care Panic
POLITICO Magazine
LEVITTOWN, Pa.—With whiffs of cigarette smoke wafting from the adjoining Band Box bar, surrounded by the nonstop clatter of bowling pins, Donna Brown and Kaci Rickert sat across from each other at a little low table one recent evening at the shabby, ...

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USA TODAY

Common myths about adolescent mental health and warning signs for parents
USA TODAY
Over time, we have learned a child's physical and mental health are inextricably linked, and that mental health has a direct impact on his or her well-being and ability to navigate the choppy waters of adolescence into adulthood. Here's a refresher ...

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Forbes

Government Policies Are Driving Doctors To Quit Health Care
Forbes
Doctors nationwide are burnt out and unsatisfied. Many want to quit the profession entirely, according to a new survey from the Physicians Foundation. The government deserves much of the blame for doctors' low morale. For years, the feds have cut their ...



New York Times

Held Hostage by Health Insurance
New York Times
I am one of as many as 133 million Americans under the age of 65 with a pre-existing medical condition — in my case, intractable epilepsy — that for decades blocked me from obtaining individual health insurance. People like me gained visibility in ...


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