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MENTAL ILLNESS IS NO LAUGHING MATTER

US News | April 20, 2016

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Sunday night, during the Democratic presidential primary debate, independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders declared that as president, he would invest more money into mental health. And when you watch these Republican debates, he added, you know why we need to invest in mental health. The audience roared with laughter. So did former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. That's one of the problems with mental health care today: the stigma that still surrounds mental illness. It includes making jo...

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WHY UNITED HEALTHCARE’S EXIT FROM OBAMACARE MATTERS

| April 20, 2016

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The nation's largest health insurer announced Tuesday that it is exiting most Obamacare health exchanges in 2017.. UnitedHealthcare will operate only in a “handful” of health insurance exchanges in 2017, down from 34 states this year, company officials said Tuesday....

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DATA MATTERS FOR DISABLED CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES – DR KAREN HORRIDGE

| May 16, 2016

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The Chair of the British Academy of Childhood Disability explains how data is making a difference in ensuring disabled children, young people and their families get the services they need: The Children and Young People’s Health Services dataset, otherwise known as the CYPHS, is helping to revolutionise the quality of data local areas have available to design and plan services fit for purpose that are efficient and effective. Consistency in identifying need is essential. Mary Busk, a parent care...

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BIOLOGICAL ‘DARK MATTER’ MOLECULE PLAYS SURPRISE ROLE IN HEART FAILURE

UCLA Health | September 20, 2016

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Scientists at UCLA have identified a molecule that appears to play a key role in the development of heart failure. The scientists found that blocking the molecule, known as chaer, in animal studies prevented the animals from developing heart failure....

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MENTAL ILLNESS IS NO LAUGHING MATTER

US News | April 20, 2016

Sunday night, during the Democratic presidential primary debate, independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders declared that as president, he would invest more money into mental health. And when you watch these Republican debates, he added, you know why we need to invest in mental health. The audience roared with laughter. So did former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. That's one of the problems with mental health care today: the stigma that still surrounds mental illness. It includes making jo...

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WHY UNITED HEALTHCARE’S EXIT FROM OBAMACARE MATTERS

| April 20, 2016

The nation's largest health insurer announced Tuesday that it is exiting most Obamacare health exchanges in 2017.. UnitedHealthcare will operate only in a “handful” of health insurance exchanges in 2017, down from 34 states this year, company officials said Tuesday....

Read More
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DATA MATTERS FOR DISABLED CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES – DR KAREN HORRIDGE

| May 16, 2016

The Chair of the British Academy of Childhood Disability explains how data is making a difference in ensuring disabled children, young people and their families get the services they need: The Children and Young People’s Health Services dataset, otherwise known as the CYPHS, is helping to revolutionise the quality of data local areas have available to design and plan services fit for purpose that are efficient and effective. Consistency in identifying need is essential. Mary Busk, a parent care...

Read More
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BIOLOGICAL ‘DARK MATTER’ MOLECULE PLAYS SURPRISE ROLE IN HEART FAILURE

UCLA Health | September 20, 2016

Scientists at UCLA have identified a molecule that appears to play a key role in the development of heart failure. The scientists found that blocking the molecule, known as chaer, in animal studies prevented the animals from developing heart failure....

Read More