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Greek Mac & Cheese Casserole

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Thai Turkey Meatballs

Thai Turkey Meatballs Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas Sheet Pan Chicken Teriyaki Cocoa Espresso Almond Granola Pesto Egg-In-A-Hole with Bacon Peanut Butter Banana “Sushi” Coconut Flour Cookies Strawberry Cheesecake Parfaits One-Pan Chicken, Green Beans & Tomatoes Lightened Chicken Alfredo Baked Hummus-Crusted Chicken Source...

Senators Scold Pentagon Leaders Over Reports Of Widespread Safety Hazards Plaguing Homes On Military Bases

Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) pledged to make military housing reform the subject of further Senate hearings and said Congress must halt the problems. The problem came to light when Reuters reported that the living conditions for families on military bases were often slum-like and unsafe. Reuters: Senators Vow Urgent Reform To Correct 'Unacceptable' Military...

With Purchase Of Technology Firm, J&J Continues Push Into Surgical Robotics Field

Johnson & Johnson is buying a company that created a medical device that can help physicians access nodules in patients’ lungs to diagnose and target treatments. Large medical-device makers have recently been pushing into the robotics market, partly because the equipment can command high price tags. In other health industry news: hospital sales,...

Officials At Controversial Migrant Detention Facility Paint Picture Of Discipline And Care. Critics Still See Traumatized Kids.

A tour for journalists inside the facility that serves as a emergency intake shelter for migrant children includes stops by a soccer field, the phone-home room, the medical clinic and the school classrooms, as well as descriptions of holiday parties and talent shows. Child welfare advocates, though, say that's not reality. "We see...

Opioid Lawsuit That’s Flying Under The Radar May Actually Upstage Sweeping Case In Ohio

Oklahoma decided against joining the massive consolidated opioid lawsuit against drugmakers that's caught most of the country's attention. But Oklahoma’s case is slated to be the first to go to trial, and could set the stage for many of the arguments that will be made in the larger case. In other news on...

Why Do Parents Hesitate To Vaccinate Kids? A Look At Anti-Vaccination Community Upends Some Common Myths

"One common idea would be that they're all absolutely looney-tunes, crazy people wearing tinfoil hats and reading all these conspiracy theories on crazy blogs on the Internet," said medical anthropologist Elisa Sobo. "And that is absolutely not the case." Sobo talks about what she learned from interviewing families at a school with low...

‘Stop Disease Before It Happens’: Government Plans To Roll Out Challenge For Private Investment In AI To Provide Better Health Care

Adam Boehler, head of Medicare and Medicaid’s innovation institute, said significant financial awards will be given to the top submissions, but he declined to say how much money is being devoted to the program. In other news, Dr. Eric Topol says he's not impressed with what AI has done to progress health care. Stat:...

The Science Of Science: Smaller Is Better When It Comes To Building Innovative Teams

A study published in Nature mines large databases and reports that while big teams help drive progress, they are best suited for confirming novel findings, rather than generating them. Public health news also looks at beneficial insects; a failed uterus transplant; chronic inflammation's toll on memory; income predictors at age 6; and aging-in-place...

Research Roundup: Spending On Elderly Patients; Suicide; And Race And Health Coverage

Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs. Health Affairs: Explaining The Slowdown In Medical Spending Growth Among The Elderly, 1999–2012We examined trends in per capita spending for Medicare beneficiaries ages sixty-five and older in the United States in the period 1999–2012 to determine why spending growth has...

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