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Center for Healthcare: News of the Day
  1. Insurers Hand Out Cash and Gifts To Sway Brokers Who Sell Employer Health Plans
    Independent brokers help employers choose health benefits for their staff but are paid by the health insurance industry, creating financial incentives to sell more without regard to cost.

  2. How One Woman Is Working To Educate Parents On Vaccinations
    Public health advocates have struggled to change the minds of these so called anti-vaxxers. But one South Carolina woman has a different approach: reaching parents before they even become parents.

  3. White House Plan To Stop HIV Faces A Tough Road In Oklahoma
    Trump's plan includes a focus on fighting HIV in the rural Midwest and South. But there are doubts in Oklahoma, where the state's uninsured rate and stigmatization of HIV are high.

  4. In Arkansas, Thousands Of People Have Lost Medicaid Coverage Over New Work Rule
    The state now requires many of its Medicaid beneficiaries to work, go to school or volunteer in order to keep their health insurance. But more than 18,000 have come off the rolls.

  5. Venezuela's Collapse Puts Strain On Latin American Health Care
    The collapse of the health care system in Venezuela is having ramifications throughout Latin America. Disease outbreaks across the continent are being linked back to Venezuela.

  6. Racial Disparities In Cancer Incidence And Survival Rates Are Narrowing
    African-Americans still have the highest death rate and the lowest survival rate of any U.S. racial or ethnic group for most cancers. But the "cancer gap" between blacks and whites is shrinking.

  7. Why Men In Mississippi Are Still Dying Of AIDS, Despite Existing Treatments
    President Trump has pledged to eliminate HIV in America by 2030. But in the South, rates of HIV/AIDS among black gay and bisexual men remain stubbornly high.

  8. Medical Anthropologist Explores 'Vaccine Hesitancy'
    Families learn to be skeptical about vaccines in communities where incomplete vaccination is the norm. A researcher into the phenomenon found that people are ready to listen, if they're heard, too.

  9. 'Church Of Safe Injection' Offers Needles, Naloxone To Prevent Opioid Overdoses
    The group says it has 18 chapters in eight states, all of them funded by private, anonymous donations. Members distribute free and clean drug-use supplies even at the risk of being arrested.

  10. Doctor Weighs In On Supreme Court's Decision To Block Louisiana Abortion Law
    NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Willie Parker about the recent Supreme Court decision regarding abortion access in Louisiana.

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