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Health at Home

Congress has supported measures to encourage home health agencies to work in rural areas since the 1980s by using rural add-on payments.

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In Sickness and in Health

Much of the high uninsurance rate among LGBQ people is due to their increased risk of living in poverty, but some is due to legal insurance discrimination.

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The Arab American Dream?

Immigrants to the US tend to be healthier than their children and grandchildren. Arab Americans may be an exception to the pattern.

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In the Water

Children from low-income communities are vulnerable to the effects of not receiving adequate fluoride and are at higher risk of developing cavities.

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Who’s Checking In?

Gay and bisexual teens of color living in red states and in the South face additional barriers, namely that their providers avoid discussing sexual health.

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Minimizing Suicide

The American working class is facing substantial economic hardship, and this sustained stress has contributed to the rise of “deaths of despair.”

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Narrowing the Digital Divide

Telemedicine is often lauded as a solution for delivering care to medically-underserved areas, but most vulnerable rural groups do not have internet access.

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EMS for a Climate Emergency

In addition to its toll on individual health, new research suggests that extreme heat impacts the activity of emergency workers.

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Me Too

Identifying the environmental risk factors for sexual harassment serves as an important step to prevent it from happening.

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Men Hard at Work

The gender disparity in workplace fatalities has remained steady for the past 30 years. Why do so many more men die than women?

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