Facebook Live: What’s Happening With The Children’s Health Insurance Program?

In this Facebook Live, KHN’s Julie Rovner talks to Bruce Lesley, president of First Focus, about the current state of play on CHIP reauthorization.

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Political Perspectives: Pleas For Truth Talk Regarding Graham-Cassidy; Does Panic On Left Suggest Progress On Right?

Opinion writers express outrage at the contents of the Senate GOP’s latest attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare and explore the political motivations for pursuing the measure’s passage.

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Research Roundup: Hospital Transportation; Medicaid Expansion; Obesity Treatment

Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs.

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State Highlights: In Calif., Gubernatorial Candidates Try To Prove Health Care Street Cred; Death Toll Rises In Fla. Nursing Home Tradgedy

Media outlets report on news from California, Florida, Texas, Illinois and Pennsylvania.

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Activist Wants More Women to Brag About Their Abortions to “Humanize” Aborting Babies

In the past few years, abortion activists have succeeded in convincing dozens of mainstream media outlets to publish stories of women who were glad they aborted their unborn babies. Now, a Chicago-area abortion advocacy group is trying to take a “Shout Your Abortion”-type campaign one step further by urging teenagers and young adults to brag […]

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DNA Test Shows Request to Abort a 32-Week-Old Baby Was Based on False Rape Claim

Authorities in India opened a new investigation this week after a DNA test showed the baby of a 10-year-old rape victim was not her uncle’s. The young girl from Chandigarh, Punjab allegedly was raped by her uncle and became pregnant earlier this year. When her parents discovered that she was pregnant about six months into…

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10 Health Tips For Female College Students

For young women heading off to college, it can be a time filled with the excitement of living away from home. This new sense of independence should also include taking charge of one’s own health, says Dr. Aparna Sridhar, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

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