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The revised health care bill by the Trump administration, Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 (BCRA), popularly known as Trumpcare, faced a major setback when two more Republican senators, Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas, and Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, confirmed on July 17, 2017, that they would not be backing it. The bill, hailed […]

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“They used to hand out prescription opioids like candies back then,” sighed 43-year-old Jamie Lynn Dahlbeck of Jamestown, New York, remembering her constant battles with addiction. She had been prescribed opioids for the first time, way back in 1991, to manage the painful plantar warts on her feet. She was expecting her son, Zack Dahlbeck, […]

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In a letter dated July 7, 2017, drawing President Trump’s attention towards the deadly opioid abuse crisis ravaging the nation, five former governors of the states of Arkansas, Vermont, Kentucky, Hawaii and Washington, have expressed the pressing need for joint federal and state actions to curb the ever-growing numbers of fatal overdoses from heroin and […]

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Today, managing pain seems to be becoming a major health challenge in the U.S. Research conducted by several national health agencies suggest that lower back pain is the most common neurological ailment, followed by a severe headache or a migraine, neck pain and facial ache in the U.S. Added to this is the reality that […]

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“Two substance abuse treatment facilities in California refused to admit my son,” said a distraught Gary Millman of Santa Rosa, California, whose son was struggling with heroin addiction. “The moment they learnt that he had a Health Net policy, they wouldn’t touch him. The facilities don’t know if Health Net would come through on paying […]

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“Whoever you are, whatever your health care needs – We are your Health Net,™” is precisely what one sees on the home page of the Los Angeles-based insurance provider, Health Net, Inc. Being one of the largest insurance providers in the state of California, Health Net is not only responsible for ensuring health coverage that […]

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“Hey there! Fancy a hit of the great Smoochy Woochy Poochy?” whispers a menacing-looking street drug dealer, stepping over used needles in a dingy alleyway. “Or maybe a bit of Purple Rain or some Scooby Snacks,” he says, while attempting to allure passersby. As the sun sets in one of the most notorious neighborhoods of […]

The United States is grappling with a deadly opioid epidemic, causing a surge in the number of overdoses and associated fatalities. Opioid overdoses are happening not only along the borders and crime-ridden alleyways but also in every nook and cranny of concrete high-rises and bustling metropolises. According to a recent report published by the Blue […]

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There is no denying it—humans have a complicated relationship with happiness. While Fluffy’s belly may tell her that happiness is table scraps, and Figaro finds happy time on a warm radiator, our pets (and other mammals) do not engage in paw-wringing over their level of happiness, or what is needed next to be happy. Like […]

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Securing leads from trusted informants and armed with seismic devices, acoustics and ground-penetrating radar technology, United States Border Patrol agents nicknamed as “tunnel rats” are tirelessly on the lookout for signs of narco tunnels along the U.S.-Mexico border. Such tunnels have proliferated all across San Diego and Mexico’s Tijuana. They are being used for smuggling […]