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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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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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Reopening Restaurants

The Covid-19 pandemic has amplified the adverse conditions inherent to restaurant work and elevated health risks faced by workers.

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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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New Housing in New Jersey

Greater investments in Medicaid-supported housing could lead to large reductions of spending on expensive and avoidable hospital services.

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Humidity and Your Health

Managing humidity could be one of many strategies to manage the risk of Covid-19 infection in concert with those identified by the CDC.

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Lifestyles for Lower Risk

Lower risk perception decreases the likelihood of engaging in lifestyle modifications to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

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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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Scoring Stress for Asthmatics

While the racial disparities associated with asthma rates have been well-documented, specific ways adolescence changes asthma management are less studied.

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