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Americans give the sign of the failure of the health system: AP-NORC survey

WASHINGTON (AP) – When Emmanuel Obeng-Dankwa is worried about the rent of his New York City apartment, he sometimes avoids refilling his blood pressure medications. “If there is no money, I’d rather skip meds than be homeless,” said Obeng-Dankwa, a 58-year-old security guard. He is among the majority of adults in the United States who …

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Americans give the sign of the failure of the health system: AP-NORC survey

WASHINGTON – When Emmanuel Obeng-Dankwa is worried about renting his New York City apartment, he sometimes stops to refill his blood pressure medications. “If there is no money, I’d rather skip meds than be homeless,” said Obeng-Dankwa, a 58-year-old security guard. It is among the majority of adults in the United States who say health …

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People who have recently contracted Covid can expect to receive an omicron booster

People walk near a Covid-19 test site in Times Square on May 12, 2022 in New York City. Liao Pan | China news service | Getty Images People who have recently contracted Covid can wait a few months to get a new omcron booster, White House Covid Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha said Tuesday. Studies …

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Covid omicron booster shots should better protect against infection, serious illness

U.S. health officials expect the new omicron boosters to provide better protection against infections and serious illnesses this fall because the new shots now match the dominant variant of the coronavirus. The new omicron hits mark a milestone in the pandemic that will help the United States fight the virus more effectively, said Dr. Ashish …

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Kaiser’s mental health deficiency puts patient safety at risk, notes the national agency

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this story for free! When COVID-19 hit, Djuna Day said his mental health had deteriorated. By the end of the first year of the pandemic, his crippling depression was making it difficult to work. She went disabled for six months in November 2020 to focus on improving. Day has …

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Bill Biden to help millions of people escape higher healthcare costs

WASHINGTON (AP) – Millions of people in the United States will be spared large increases in health care costs next year after President Joe Biden signed legislation extending generous subsidies for those who purchase plans through federal and state markets. The climate, tax and health care bill sets aside $ 70 billion over the next …

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Bill Biden to help millions of people escape higher healthcare costs

WASHINGTON (AP) – Millions of people in the United States will be spared large increases in health care costs next year after President Joe Biden signed legislation extending generous subsidies for those who purchase plans through federal and state markets. The climate, tax and health care bill sets aside $ 70 billion over the next …

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Money service firms sanctioned for failing to adopt robust anti-money laundering practices

Two recent federal enforcement actions, announced on the same day, underscored the need for cryptocurrency companies to carefully consider their anti-money laundering (AML) obligations otherwise they risk significant penalties. First, on August 8, 2022, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) added Tornado Cash (Tornado) to the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list. …

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Confluent Health cuts the ribbon at the new headquarters creating 350 new full-time jobs

Local leaders and officials celebrated the grand opening of Confluent Health LLC’s new headquarters, a $ 10 million project that will create 350 full-time jobs in Kentucky. “We are committed to building an economy that works for every single Kentucky resident, and investing in the rapidly expanding healthcare sector is one of the many ways …

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