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Measles outbreaks make 2018 a near-record year for the United States – NBCNews.com • nbcnews.com

Breaking News Emails Receive last minute alerts and special reports. News and stories that matter, delivered the mornings of the week. SUBSCRIBE January 22, 2019, 17:44 GMT By Maggie Fox Health officials in a Washington county have declared a public… Continue Reading →

The number of union members in the United States is at its lowest in 2018 • cbsnews.com

The number of union members in the United States continues to shrink, showing that the labor movement is still facing headwinds despite some recent victories. Among US workers, union membership fell to 10.5% last year, compared with 10.7% in 2017… Continue Reading →

Measles outbreak hits 16 Washington states, mostly among unvaccinated children

More than a dozen not vaccinated the children were nauseated by the measles in Clark County, Washington State, and health authorities in the region recorded 16 confirmed cases since January 1. According to a press release released on Thursday, 13… Continue Reading →

Nearly 1 in 4 antibiotics still inappropriate in the United States

In the United States, nearly a quarter (23.2%) of outpatient prescriptions for antibiotics are inappropriate, according to an analysis of new diagnostic codes and insurance claims data from the United States. 19.2 million patients. "This study provides the latest and… Continue Reading →

Can States repair the disaster of American health care?

California Hospital Association came out in full support Mr. Newsom's proposals to expand insurance (this would be good for the financial results of hospitals). He offered slightly less enthusiastic support to the drug trading program (which is less sure to… Continue Reading →

A solution to closing? Give more power to states. • politico.com

AFP / Getty Images In the arena The increasing frequency of federal closures tells us that the problem is deeper than a disagreement over immigration or health care or the debt ceiling. By GOV. GARY R. HERBERT January 17, 2019… Continue Reading →

The killings of transgender people in the United States had another record year

"You have this incredible moment of visibility in the media with pop culture, but it comes without education or further learning about the transgender community," said Noyola. "Too many places remain dangerous." It is impossible to know the exact number…. Continue Reading →

Battles are expected in many states over abortion-related bills

On both sides of the abortion debate, lawmakers and activists emboldened by recent political developments are planning aggressive lobbying this year in many states for bills on their lists. wishes: either by seeking to impose an almost total ban on… Continue Reading →

In the United States, one in five women delay birth control and increase the number of unwanted pregnancies

(Good Medical Health) – One in five US women does not use a contraceptive when they start having sex, according to a US study, which increases the risk of unwanted pregnancies. Women who do not use condoms, birth control pills… Continue Reading →

Calculator: Opioids, Road Accidents and Falls: The Chances of Dying in the United States

The opioid crisis in the United States has become so severe that Americans are now more likely to die from an overdose than from a traffic accident. This is apparent from a new report from the National Security Council who… Continue Reading →

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