John Muir Health: A brief history

article The first U.S. president who died of lung cancer in office was John Mui, the first president who was hospitalized in a nursing home.He was 68.He served from 1909 to 1913.The second president who dies of lung disease in office is Abraham Lincoln.He died at the age of 71.The third president who does not […]

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When do you need to get tested for tuberculosis?

Health workers are being urged to test patients who are showing symptoms of tuberculosis in advance of the pandemic.Health officials say they are seeing patients at a faster rate than they have in years and are also finding more cases.The CDC says they are tracking more than 8,000 cases of TB in New York state, […]

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How to access health insurance coverage in Canada

Access to health insurance can be challenging for many Canadians.According to a survey of nearly 3,000 Canadians by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, over half of those surveyed said they had not been able to find health insurance that covered their health needs.The survey also found that over half (53 per cent) said that […]

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When to call Arizona’s medical emergency hotline

The Arizona Department of Public Health and Social Services says it’s now offering medical emergencies and other public health emergencies to callers in a new public health initiative, which aims to help people in distress in a timely fashion.In a news release Tuesday, the department says people who call the emergency hotline can also call […]

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How to Get Health Insurance in New Jersey

The new insurance options for New Jerseyans in the state’s individual and group market are just getting started, and they’re going to have a lot of competition.The state announced Tuesday it will begin offering individual health insurance to more than 100,000 residents.The company is offering plans through its BlueCross BlueShield of New Jersey, the state […]

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Why are there more cases of tuberculosis in northern Queensland?

A report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare found that while there is no specific cure for tuberculosis, many of the people with the disease are now at higher risk.The research found that the number of cases of the disease is up, but the number is growing faster in remote areas.In rural areas, […]

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When the weather turns: The Australian winter blues are a thing of the past

Health and wellbeing expert Lee Health says it’s time to stop talking about the Australian winter and embrace a new Australian winter, which is the season when you get a few days of sunshine and no snow in the ground.The research suggests Australians are getting the best of both worlds in terms of mental health, […]

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Which side will the World Cup draw?

We’ve already had the most exciting World Cup of the decade, and it was also the most competitive, with the two finalists already fighting it out to the title.But with two of the favourites going head to head for the title, we’re going to take a look at the World Cups biggest games.Who will win?We’ve […]

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The 5 things to know about Myatria’s new insurance plan

Myatrium Health, the health insurance company that has partnered with the NBA, has announced that it will cover all of the league’s players in 2019-2020, including those on their rookie contracts.Myatrial will pay for the full cost of the players’ insurance, including their COVID-19 coverage, per an announcement by the company on Wednesday.The announcement was […]

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When will this be available?

What’s up next for HeartHealth?The heart disease community is in mourning after the tragic death of a young man who died on January 27, 2018.HeartHealth is a private health care company with more than 6,300 employees and 1,500 locations in 36 states and the District of Columbia.The company’s chief executive, David W. Bailenson, died of […]

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