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Center for Healthcare: News of the Day
  1. Poll: Nearly 1 in 5 Americans Says Pain Often Interferes With Daily Life
    How do Americans experience and cope with pain that makes everyday life harder? We asked in the latest NPR-IBM Watson Health Poll.

  2. Former Arkansas VA Doctor Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter In 3 Deaths
    A former pathologist was under scrutiny after being found drunk on the job. A review of his work found more than 3,000 misdiagnoses of patients.

  3. The Downside Of Planned Parenthood Leaving The Federal Title X Program
    NPR's Noel King speaks with Dr. Sarah Traxler, chief medical officer of Planned Parenthood's North Central States, about the impact of losing Title X funding.

  4. Planned Parenthood May Reject Federal Funds Over Changes To Title X
    It appears some health care providers that offer birth control, such as Planned Parenthood, are going to withdraw from the federal Title X program. Changes to Title X take effect Monday.

  5. News Brief: Afghan Bombing, Deadly Force, Title X Changes
    A suicide bomber killed 63 people at an Afghan wedding. California's governor is expected to sign a bill regarding when police can use deadly force. Title X changes take effect Monday.

  6. No Mercy: After The Hospital Closes, How Do People Get Emergency Care?
    The loss of the longtime hospital in Fort Scott, Kan., has forced a change in the way ER care is provided, including a greater reliance on air ambulances.

  7. This App Aims To Save New Moms' Lives
    The startup Mahmee hopes to help OB-GYNs, pediatricians and other health providers closely monitor a mother and baby's health so that any red flags can be assessed before they become life-threatening.

  8. Creative Recruiting Helps Rural Hospitals Overcome Doctor Shortages
    Recruiting doctors to come to work in rural hospitals has always been a challenge, especially in a hot job market. But some hospitals in remote areas are finding ways to lure much-needed talent.

  9. 'Cadillac Tax' On Generous Health Plans May Be Headed For Repeal
    The tax on an employer's generous health plan ? originally envisioned as a way to get patients to avoid unneeded care ? has never been implemented. Now Congress is considering a bipartisan repeal.

  10. Newark's Drinking Water Problem: Lead And Unreliable Filters
    Officials in the New Jersey city began to hand out water bottles this week after the Environmental Protection Agency said filtered drinking water samples exceeded government thresholds on lead levels.

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