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Viewpoints: Living Free But Addicted To Opioids; The Challenges Women In Medicine Face

A selection of opinions on public health issues from around the country.

State Highlights: Public Hospitals Care For Large Share Of New York City’s Mental Health Patients; Calif. Bills Seek To Curb Kids’ Lead Exposure

Media outlets report on news from New York, California, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Illinois, Texas, Iowa and Maryland.

Hedge Fund Scoops Up Tenet Healthcare Shares

The disclosure by Camber Capital Management drove up Tenet's stock price.

To Cut ‘Regulatory Costs,’ Administration Wants To Roll Back Obama-Era Rule On Nursing Homes Lawsuits

The Obama administration rule tried to ban nursing homes from requiring residents to sign an arbitration agreement before being admitted to the facility -- a standard practice in the industry.

How Typically Risk-Averse Insurers Are Helping Save Obamacare

Companies are stepping in to sell plans in the pockets of the country where other insurers left residents with no options for ACA coverage.

Upon Returning From Recess, Republicans Will Face Ticking Clock To Shore Up Marketplaces

Lawmakers will need to scrounge up 60 votes in 12 days to pass their bipartisan bill. Meanwhile, another plan from Sens. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (R., La.) gains traction among Republicans and three former HHS chiefs urge Republicans to stabilize the system.

State Highlights: Conn. Medical Society Gets Impatient, Starts Own Health Information Exchange; Mo. Families Struggle With Home-Care Cuts

Media outlets report on news from Connecticut, Missouri, Ohio, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Texas, California, New Mexico, Oregon and Tennessee.

Colorado Hospital President Resigns After Managing Transition To New Owner

News outlets look at hospital news across the country, including an analysis of how Tianqiao Chen's purchase of a large stake in Community Health Systems could affect that large chain.

‘DNA Surgery’: Scientists Try Gene Editing In Human Embryos

NPR goes inside the lab that is working on embryonic research. In other public health news today are developments related to HIV, tuberculosis, Alzheimer's, maternal mortality and nicotine addiction.

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