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1 hr ago | Click2Houston

First case of Chikungunya in Harris County confirmed

Harris County Public Health & Environmental Services confirms the first case of Chikungunya in Harris County resident with recent international travel.


Related Topix: Health

2 hrs ago | Fox News

Todd Starnes: Newborn gets contraceptive Id card

I got an email the other day from one of our listeners in Lubbock, Texas. He's pretty fired up because his health care provider sent his daughter a contraceptive ID card.


Related Topix: Lubbock, TX, Health

4 hrs ago |

Self Regional Healthcare announces $143,000 in Community Health Improvement Grants

Improving the community's health is a core component of Self Regional Healthcare's mission, and this quarter the Community Outreach Committee has selected five local nonprofits to receive a total of $143,000 to: Establish and maintain Wi-fi for ambulances in Greenwood and Abbeville counties to communicate heart attack test results between the ... (more)


Related Topix: Greenwood County, SC, Abbeville County, SC, Health

8 hrs ago | The Intelligencer

Dirt Moving At Mount de Chantal Site

Nearly three years after Wheeling Hospital purchased the former Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy, dirt is moving at the site - but hospital officials said they have nothing to announce concerning a future use for the property.


Related Topix: Mount de Chantal, WV, Health, Wheeling, WV, Roman Catholic Church, Religion, Charleston, WV, Wheeling Jesuit University

12 hrs ago | Crain's Detroit Business

St. Joseph Mercy to spend $25M on Howell hospital, Brighton short-stay unit

Ann Arbor-based St. Joseph Mercy Health System plans to spend $25 million to add 30 private hospital rooms at its hospital in Howell and develop an innovative 28-bed short-stay inpatient unit at an outpatient health center in Brighton, system officials said today.


Related Topix: St. Joseph, MI, Brighton, MI, Howell, MI, Health

Thu Jul 10, 2014

The Modesto Bee

Students experience life in medical field at Modesto's Kaiser hospital

High school students from San Joaquin County spent the day at Kaiser Modesto Medical Center to see what it takes to be a health care provider.


Related Topix: Modesto, CA, Education Etc., San Joaquin County, CA, Health, Medicine

The Doings Weekly

Local business look: Mike O'Brien, Independence-4-Seniors Home Care

This week's local business look profiles Mike O'Brien, owner of Hinsdale-based health care provider Independence-4-Seniors .


Related Topix: Hinsdale, IL, Health, Cook County, IL, Western Springs, IL

CBS News

Obesity a big problem for U.S. firefighters

Firefighters face many health risks every day on the job -- including one that may come as a surprise.


Related Topix: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Health

JD Supra

HIPAA Data Breaches

HIPAA has been on the books since 1996. With the advent of electronic health records, HHS adopted security regulations to re The Security Rule was adopted in 2003 and includes data breach notification requirements.


Related Topix: Health

Wed Jul 09, 2014

BioMed Central

Health care provider perception of chronic kidney disease: knowledge...

Chronic Kidney disease is prevalent in the population, but also disproportionately affects African Americans.


Related Topix: Health, African-American, Nephrology, Medicine, Nursing, Kidney Cancer

Daily Press & Argus

Saint Joseph Mercy to invest $25M in Livingston centers

Saint Joseph Mercy Health System today announced the launch of a $25 million revitalization program to add private patient rooms at St. Joseph Mercy Livingston hospital and develop a short stay service that includes a 28-bed unit for overnight stays at St. Joseph Mercy Brighton.


Related Topix: Brighton, MI, Health, Livingston County, MI, Medicine, Nursing

Tue Jul 08, 2014


Flint health care provider gets $900,000 to train new providers

We knew the money was coming, now we know how much. A Flint health care provider is getting $900,000 to help train new primary care providers.


Related Topix: Health

Martin McKeay's Network Security Blog

Intrusive Healthcare

Soon your doctor may be giving you a call to discuss your buying habits and what they mean to your health.


Related Topix: Medicine, Science, Computer Science, Health

Mon Jul 07, 2014

The Dobbs Ferry Daily Voice

Westchester Health Agency Offers Back-To-School Shots

"To help your children stay healthy year-round, now is the best time to schedule an appointment with your child's health care provider to ensure that they will have the immunizations they need," said Commissioner of Health Dr. Sherlita Amler.


Related Topix: Health

US News & World Report

How to Cope With an Overactive Bladder

You could be suffering from an overactive bladder if you cannot delay the need to urinate and need to go at least eight times per day.


Related Topix: Overactive Bladder, Health

Lower Township Gazette

County advises what to do during heatwave

There are a number of steps people can take to guard against heat-related illness.


Related Topix: Atlantic County, NJ

Seattle Times

Is Washington's mental health system working?

In a column last week, David Stone, the president of Seattle's biggest outpatient mental health provider, sounded a bit defensive.


Related Topix: Health, Publishing, Media, Seattle Times, Healthcare Law, Law, Opinion

Sun Jul 06, 2014

Pulse of the Twin Cities

Making single-payer health care happen in Minnesota

Legislation introduced by State Senator John Marty in the last hours of this year's legislative session is the latest hope that universal, single payer health care can be achieved in Minnesota.


Related Topix: Minnesota, Minnesota Government, Health, US Politics, Tim Pawlenty, US News, US Governors, Coon Rapids, MN

Sat Jul 05, 2014

Holtville Tribune

Job burnout: How to spot it and take action

Job burnout is a special type of job stress - a state of physical, emotional or mental exhaustion combined with doubts about your competence and the value of your work.


Related Topix: Health

Fri Jul 04, 2014

The Leaf-Chronicle

Health care provider improperly charged almost $2 million in Medicaid costs

A large corporation that operates dozens of nursing homes in Tennessee included nearly $2 million in improperly allocated Medicaid costs in one of its reports, according to an audit released by the state Comptroller's office last week.


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law, Tennessee, Health, Long Term Care, Louisville, TN, Erin, TN