This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


World Health Organization

Strengthening health systems to respond to women subjected to intimate partner violence or sexual violence:
World Health Organization
This manual is intended for health managers at all levels of the health systems. The manual is based on the World Health Organization (WHO) guideline Responding to intimate partner violence and sexual violence against women: WHO clinical and policy ...
Making health services a safe place for women: Uganda steps up to support women subjected to violenceReliefWeb

all 109 news articles »


ANALYSIS: The 2 options for US health care likely to emerge in the next decade
ABC News
In my previous essays I have outlined the huge problems with cost, quality and access facing American health care. Indeed, the problems are so difficult and politicized that it is hard to believe there can be solutions. But I have come to believe there ...



Quartz

The grim reality of what convinces us to take our health seriously
Quartz
In 2014, one of my family members became seriously ill. It changed the way I thought about my body. I became more aware of everything that could go wrong, and the importance of identifying potential problems early. After 10 years of not seeing a doctor ...



Men's Health

Is Sleeping With Your Dog In the Bed Bad For Your Health?
Men's Health
Every night, a 45-pound, 3-year-old Dalmatian/Heeler mix shares my bed. We've had the same bedtime ritual for years: I give her a treat, she “gives me five” (with one paw), then “gives me ten” (with two paws), and then the lights go out. Recently ...



The Philadelphia Tribune

Health nominee reaped big earnings from drug industry tenure
The Philadelphia Tribune
Newly disclosed financial records show that Azar, President Donald Trump's nominee to become secretary for the Health and Human Services Department, reaped big earnings during his tenure as a top pharmaceutical executive. — AP Photo/Evan Vucci.

and more »


Forbes

Coffee Brings More Health Than Harm, Study Finds
Forbes
Last week, a study reported that coffee—up to six cups per day—was linked to heart health. This week, a large analysis in The BMJ finds that coffee consumption is associated with a variety of health outcomes, from reduced risk of diabetes to reduced ...
Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day is more likely to benefit your health than harm itQuartz
Three coffees a day linked to range of health benefits, study saysCNBC
Three coffees a day linked more to health than harm, scientists sayNBCNews.com
ABC News -BBC News
all 148 news articles »


ANALYSIS: Health care should be a right, but the US doesn't have a system
ABC News
Is health care a privilege or a right? That may be the most contentious question in the whole health care debate. When he was president, George W. Bush felt the need to address this question by saying that we have universal care in this country because ...

and more »


Washington Post

States prepare to shut down children's health programs if Congress doesn't act
Washington Post
Officials in nearly a dozen states are preparing to notify families that a crucial health insurance program for low-income children is running out of money for the first time since its creation two decades ago, putting coverage for many at risk by the ...

and more »


Parade

Health Anxiety
Parade
Keeping healthy kids out of school (unless there's an outbreak of a serious illness, such as meningitis) indicates excessive concern, which amounts to a fear of illness. I can understand avoiding crowds to some extent, but I suspect this may be ...



Public health nurses to pay visits to new moms
The Daily News of Newburyport
At the start of the new year, local public health nurses will be available to visit the homes of mothers and their new babies to give them some extra support. Public health nurses in Gloucester, Newburyport, Beverly, Peabody and Hamilton are part of ...

and more »

Google News