In fact, a number said they have seen a decline in immigrant families using preventive health care services for their children since the Trump administration published its proposed “public charge” update last fall — even when the children are U.S. citizens and are not subject to the rule

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A novel twist on medical tourism to avoid the high cost of U.S. health care saves an employer money and even earns the patient a bonus

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Allison Snow writes, “When I first learned about Mice Against Ticks, I was shocked but also intrigued… The outcome of this radical intervention might influence how society views the acceptability of altering the genes of other animals, and perhaps even our own.”

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Should we get rid of them? The pesky insect is the deadliest animal in human history

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Earlier this month, doctors associated with Harvard & Johns Hopkins sent a letter to Congress members calling for an investigation into the health care at migrant detention facilities. The doctors specifically cited the migrant children who died from the flu, stating that flu deaths “are fairly rare events for children living in the US.”

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‘Maisie’s Army’

August 20, 2019

How a grassroots group is mobilizing to help toddlers access a lifesaving drug

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Some argue that good medicine depends on physicians having a wide discretionary space in which they can act on their consciences. Interestingly, those who are against conscientious objection in medicine make the exact opposite claim – giving physicians the freedom to act on their consciences will undermine good medicine. So who is right here?

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But a curable disease? If this controversial idea gains acceptance, it could radically change the way we treat getting old

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