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  1. Roger Severino Discusses The HHS Division Of Conscience And Religious Freedom
    NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Roger Severino about the new Department of Health and Human Services Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom, which is intended to protect people from discrimination if they refuse to participate in health services, against their beliefs.

  2. Trump Admin Will Protect Health Workers Who Refuse Services On Religious Grounds
    The Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom is being established to aid health workers with objections rooted in conscience or religion to treating certain people and performing some procedures.

  3. HHS To Protect Health Workers With Religious Objections
    The Department of Health and Human Services is expected to announce the creation of a new division to protect health workers who object to procedures like abortions for religious reasons.

  4. Home Care Agencies Often Wrongly Deny Medicare Help To The Chronically Ill
    Home health firms sometimes turn away Medicare beneficiaries who have chronic health problems by incorrectly claiming Medicare won't pay for their services, say advocates for patients.

  5. White House Doctor Says Trump Is In 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive Health
    Dr. Ronny Jackson said the president could benefit from losing between 10 and 15 pounds over the coming year as well as beginning an exercise regimen.

  6. How Active Duty Military Are Navigating Changing Attitudes Toward Marijuana
    California is the latest state to begin legal recreational sale of marijuana. That presents a challenge to the thousands of active duty military ? and their families ? who must navigate changing attitudes toward marijuana use, which is still prohibited under federal law.

  7. As Flu Season Strains Hospitals, Doctor Offers Advice For How To Stay Healthy
    An unusually severe flu season has strained hospitals around the country with overflowing emergency rooms. In California alone, at least 42 people have died from the flu. NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Dr. Adrian Cotton, chief of medical operations at Loma Linda University Health System, about the influx of patients and what people can do to protect themselves.

  8. When You Need A Mammogram, Should You Get One In '3-D'?
    A newer type of breast imaging costs more. It's not yet clear if the three-dimensional approach is more effective at catching cancers that will kill.

  9. For Now, Sequencing Cancer Tumors Holds More Promise Than Proof
    Sequencing the DNA of cancer tumors to help pinpoint treatment is an emerging element of precision medicine. While patients and doctors alike want these tests, they often don't benefit patients.

  10. The Call-In: The Nursing Industry
    Depending on where you live, nurses can be in short supply. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Peter Buerhaus, a nursing professor at Montana State University, about the changing nursing industry.

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