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27 Mar 2015
  • Mental health self-reporting causes concerns after Germanwings plane crash
    (0www.wtoc.com.)
    11:25 PM
  • Germanwings plane crash: Copilot's mental health under scrutiny
    (1feeds.latimes.com.)
    9:37 PM
  • One person killed in Woodbury senior living fire
    (2www.weau.com.)
    9:20 PM
  • Indiana HIV outbreak at 81 as virus spreads
    (3www.wthr.com.)
    9:03 PM
  • Deaths of Cooper University Health System CEO and wife in fire ruled murder-suicide
    (4www.trentonian.com.)
    8:04 PM
  • Deaths of John Sheridan, wife ruled murder-suicide
    (5www.njbiz.com.)
    8:03 PM
  • New Sharon meth bust nets 2
    (6www.wmtw.com.)
    6:14 PM
  • Mental health vetting of pilots ineffective, US experts say
    (7feedproxy.google.com.)
    3:59 PM
  • Privatization brings financial tension to LSUs Shreveport hospital
    (8www.nola.com.)
    3:53 PM
  • Norwin High School health teacher charged with selling heroin
    (9feedproxy.google.com.)
    2:43 PM
  • Mental health checks for pilots are not rigorous enough in the aviation industry
    (10www.dailymail.co.uk.)
    1:45 PM
  • Germanwings victims' families could be in line for 100m compensation
    (11www.dailymail.co.uk.)
    1:44 PM
  • New Hampshire public health director stepping down
    (12www.nashuatelegraph.com.)
    11:44 AM
  • Germanwings crash raises new questions about pilots mental health evaluations
    (13www.nola.com.)
    9:14 AM
  • Home health aide charged with stealing $88K from client
    (14poststar.com.)
    7:50 AM
  • Little vetting of pilots for mental health, US experts say
    (15feedproxy.google.com.)
    4:56 AM
  • Conservative budgets sail so far
    (16www.arkansasonline.com.)
    3:42 AM
  • Shawn Vestal: Health care horror stories more hairy than scary - Fri, 27 Mar 2015 PST
    (17www.spokesman.com.)
    3:23 AM
  • VA official vows action on any misconduct at Tomah facility
    (18www.jsonline.com.)
    2:25 AM
  • 20 Mar 2015
  • Local news briefs compiled March 20
    (0www.ohio.com.)
    10:55 PM
  • Paul Ryan Urges State Lawmakers Not to Set Up Health-Insurance Exchanges
    (1www.wsj.com.)
    9:59 PM
  • UVA Medical Center Patient with Ebola-Like Symptoms Tests Negative
    (2www.nbc29.com.)
    9:29 PM
  • Ebola resurfaces in Liberia
    (3www.toledoblade.com.)
    8:33 PM
  • David Scofield Sentenced For Impersonating Cop
    (4www.huffingtonpost.com.)
    7:49 PM
  • Antioch senior residence outbreak blamed on norovirus
    (5www.contracostatimes.com.)
    7:46 PM
  • Fire damages Renaissance Apartments on W. Michigan Avenue; one person hurt
    (6www.mlive.com.)
    7:26 PM
  • Amarillo patient does not have Ebola
    (7www.KCBD.com.)
    7:12 PM
  • Perjury indictment upheld against former Jindal health secretary
    (8www.nola.com.)
    5:31 PM
  • Amish buggy driver still critical after crash with pickup
    (9www.mlive.com.)
    4:36 PM
  • Suge Knight collapses after bail set at $25 million
    (10www.contracostatimes.com.)
    3:41 PM
  • Police impersonator who pulled over real Akron officer gets probation
    (11www.ohio.com.)
    3:09 PM
  • Ewing gas explosion: Henkels & McCoy contests $14K OSHA fines for serious violations
    (12www.nj.com.)
    1:48 PM
  • H1N1 Survivor Champions Flu Shots After Brush With Death Five Years Ago
    (13www.10tv.com.)
    12:48 PM
  • Former VA doctor, patient charged with prescription fraud
    (14www.wral.com.)
    12:21 PM
  • New Orleans moves to block exorbitant, illegal $80 million contract for OPP health care
    (15www.nola.com.)
    12:13 PM
  • Family sues Spectrum Health for negligence in Forest Hills teen's death
    (16feedproxy.google.com.)
    8:05 AM
  • Family sues Spectrum Health for negligence in Forest Hills teens death
    (17www.mlive.com.)
    7:40 AM
  • Emails: UN health agency resisted declaring Ebola emergency
    (18www.wkrg.com.)
    12:28 AM
  • 17 Mar 2015
  • Two being monitored for Ebola in Amarillo
    (0www.KCBD.com.)
    9:02 PM
  • Hartford Teen Denied Probation For Cemetery Rampage
    (1hartfordcourant.feedsportal.com.)
    8:59 PM
  • Former health center CEO guilty of diverting employee taxes, retirement contributions
    (2feeds.baltimoresun.com.)
    8:55 PM
  • Premera Blue Cross Says Cyberattack Could Affect 11 Million Members
    (3www.wsj.com.)
    7:24 PM
  • CNN Student News - 03/18/15
    (4rss.cnn.com.)
    7:20 PM
  • FBI Probes Health Insurer Cyberattack That Could Affect 11 Million
    (5abc13.com.)
    6:56 PM
  • Stocks end mixed; Starbucks blasted over race relations policy; Facebook unveils new payments feature: P.M. Business News Links
    (6www.cleveland.com.)
    6:11 PM
  • Four more aid workers flown back to U.S. for Ebola monitoring
    (7feedproxy.google.com.)
    4:45 PM
  • More mental health training planned for DeKalb police
    (8www.wtvm.com.)
    3:28 PM
  • Missouri father, two children dead after police standoff
    (9www.wdrb.com.)
    1:39 PM
  • 4 more aid workers flown back to US for Ebola monitoring
    (10www.kait8.com.)
    1:39 PM
  • Inmate health care agreement approved
    (11www.mcphersonsentinel.com.)
    1:19 PM
  • Arrest leaves children in custody of Health and Human Services
    (12www.nptelegraph.com.)
    10:05 AM
  • Volunteers nurse abandoned dog left to die back to health
    (13www.local12.com.)
    3:16 AM
  • Eastern State Hospital sanctioned over delayed mental health evaluations - Sun, 15 Mar 2015 PST
    (14www.spokesman.com.)
    2:37 AM
  • Huckleberries: Hope they wont also be wedding crashers - Sun, 15 Mar 2015 PST
    (15www.spokesman.com.)
    2:36 AM
  • Workforce, health care and criminal justice reforms on upcoming legislative agendas
    (16www.katv.com.)
    2:01 AM
  • Family forum to look at bullying, substance use
    (17www.toledoblade.com.)
    1:23 AM
  • American who contracted Ebola now in critical condition at NIH Bethesda
    (18www.wjla.com.)
    12:42 AM
  • 13 Mar 2015
  • Deadly Listeria Outbreak Possibly Linked to Blue Bell Ice Cream
    (0www.palmbeachdailynews.com.)
    10:23 PM
  • Residents: Abandoned home becoming health hazard
    (1abc13.com.)
    9:52 PM
  • State closes KC asbestos inquiry with clean slate
    (2www.kilgorenewsherald.com.)
    9:23 PM
  • Former prison health services worker sentenced in inmate sex case
    (3www.jsonline.com.)
    8:41 PM
  • Child abuse, a public health epidemic in Genesee County, needs community collaboration for prevention, experts say
    (4www.mlive.com.)
    7:25 PM
  • License of Summit Township dentist suspended after he pleads guilty to drug felony
    (5www.mlive.com.)
    7:24 PM
  • IRS warns of tax scams involving health care law
    (6www.wthr.com.)
    6:38 PM
  • Child abuse, a 'public health epidemic' in Genesee County, needs community collaboration for prevention, experts say
    (7feedproxy.google.com.)
    5:57 PM
  • American volunteer health care worker flown to U.S. after testing positive for Ebola
    (8www.nola.com.)
    5:49 PM
  • Where's Putin Rumors fly about President's health
    (9rss.cnn.com.)
    5:08 PM
  • Putin health rumors swirl
    (10rss.cnn.com.)
    2:37 PM
  • Former U-M Health System employee charged with possessing thousands of child pornography images
    (11www.mlive.com.)
    2:25 PM
  • American With Ebola Arrives at Maryland Hospital
    (12www.wsj.com.)
    9:57 AM
  • Kremlin posts images of Putin after health rumors
    (13rss.cnn.com.)
    9:55 AM
  • Newark officials address worried parents after deadly meningitis case
    (14www.nj.com.)
    9:41 AM
  • American Ebola Patient At NIH Hospital In Maryland
    (15www.kktv.com.)
    9:22 AM
  • American who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone arrives at Maryland hospital
    (16www.wthr.com.)
    8:58 AM
  • Gastrointestinal illness outbreak at AL prison investigated
    (17www.wtvm.com.)
    8:44 AM
  • American who contracted Ebola arrives at Maryland hospital
    (18www.kait8.com.)
    7:43 AM
  • 12 Mar 2015
  • Former U-M Hospital employee charged with possessing thousands of child pornography images
    (0feedproxy.google.com.)
    10:43 PM
  • Lisa Crinel, former Zulu queen, charged in alleged $30 million Medicare fraud scheme
    (1www.nola.com.)
    8:53 PM
  • Rumours swirl in Moscow about Vladimir Putin's health
    (2www.dailymail.co.uk.)
    8:25 PM
  • Home health aide accused of stealing money, valuable coins from elderly couple
    (3www.wftv.com.)
    8:20 PM
  • NY Senator Fighting To Ban Powdered Alcohol, Cites Health And Safety Concerns
    (4newyork.cbslocal.com.)
    7:22 PM
  • American healthcare worker with Ebola to arrive in U.S. for treatment
    (5feeds.cbsnews.com.)
    7:19 PM
  • New Ebola patient to be treated at NIH facility in Bethesda
    (6www.wjla.com.)
    7:12 PM
  • NIH to treat American health care worker with Ebola
    (7www.kltv.com.)
    6:57 PM
  • Ebola-infected aid worker to be admitted to U.S. hospital
    (8feeds.latimes.com.)
    6:55 PM
  • UK military health care provider with Ebola coming back
    (9kdhnews.com.)
    5:58 PM
  • Businessman whose 40-year marriage 'was destroyed by 6k-a-WEEK cocaine habit'
    (10www.dailymail.co.uk.)
    3:52 PM
  • UN tally of Ebola deaths passes 10,000, most in West Africa
    (11www.wlox.com.)
    3:41 PM
  • Putin's spokesman: Russian leader in 'really perfect' health
    (12www.wlox.com.)
    3:41 PM
  • One year later, inmate's death looms over state prison mental health debate
    (13www.wral.com.)
    1:35 PM
  • Putin not in poor health, spokesman says
    (14www.arkansasonline.com.)
    12:14 PM
  • Putin's spokesman: Russian leader is not in poor health
    (15www.theolympian.com.)
    9:29 AM
  • NP woman sentenced for food stamp fraud
    (16www.nptelegraph.com.)
    9:16 AM
  • Putin's spokesman dismisses rumors about poor health
    (17www.wqow.com.)
    5:39 AM
  • 04 Mar 2015
  • Senator asks for federal investigation of Lumber Liquidators after '60 Minutes' report
    (0dailypress.feedsportal.com.)
    11:14 PM
  • Observers waiting to see how Supreme Court rules in health law case
    (1www.goupstate.com.)
    8:03 PM
  • Officials: Ruling in health care case won't affect Oregon
    (2www.katu.com.)
    7:26 PM
  • Top Stories for March 4th, 2015
    (3www.palmbeachdailynews.com.)
    6:57 PM
  • Deja Vu at the Supreme Court Five Ways This Healthcare Case is Different
    (4www.whsv.com.)
    6:15 PM
  • Mom Charged With Manslaughter for Infant's Death
    (5www.kolotv.com.)
    6:10 PM
  • To nobody's surprise, Supreme Court seems split on health care law
    (6www.theolympian.com.)
    5:18 PM
  • Supreme Court hears health arguments, Buddhist monks pray: AP top photos for March 4, 2015 (photos)
    (7www.cleveland.com.)
    4:59 PM
  • Not lovin it: McDonalds will no longer use chickens raised with human antibiotics
    (8feeds.cbsnews.com.)
    4:49 PM
  • Mannington Twp. deputy mayor faces insurance fraud charges, prosecutor says
    (9www.nj.com.)
    4:38 PM
  • Health care at the high court: 5 ways this time is different
    (10www.kait8.com.)
    3:39 PM
  • Supreme Court scrutinizes health care law
    (11www.bradenton.com.)
    3:02 PM
  • Senator asks for federal investigation of Lumber Liquidators
    (12feedproxy.google.com.)
    2:50 PM
  • High Court Divided at Health-Law Argument
    (13www.wsj.com.)
    2:48 PM
  • Supreme Court sharply divided over health care law subsidies
    (14www.redlandsdailyfacts.com.)
    2:29 PM
  • New Hampshire residents worry about tax subsidies
    (15hosted.ap.org.)
    1:49 PM
  • Justices sharply divided over health care law subsidies
    (16www.daytondailynews.com.)
    1:06 PM
  • Voters Want Congress to Take Action if Health-Law Tax Credits Are Voided
    (17www.wsj.com.)
    12:08 PM
  • Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Key Health-Law Case
    (18www.wsj.com.)
    12:07 PM
  • Supreme Court takes up major fight over Affordable Care Act subsidies
    (19www.wjla.com.)
    12:01 PM
  • Neighbors say Ewing couple found dead in murder-suicide had suffered from declining health
    (20www.nj.com.)
    11:55 AM
  • Justices pepper health care law opponents with questions
    (21www.wtoc.com.)
    11:01 AM
  • High court takes up fight over health law subsidies
    (22www.arkansasonline.com.)
    8:58 AM
  • Supreme Court takes up major fight over health law subsidies
    (23www.sanluisobispo.com.)
    7:11 AM
  • High court takes up major fight over health law subsidies
    (24www.wtoc.com.)
    4:35 AM
  • 02 Mar 2015
  • What the Supreme Court Challenge Means for the Health-Care Law
    (0www.wsj.com.)
    10:53 PM
  • Willmar: Investigators can't pinpoint cause of turkey plant illnesses
    (1www.twincities.com.)
    10:13 PM
  • Mom accused of stabbing 4-year-old son appears in court
    (2www.kltv.com.)
    9:31 PM
  • GOP: Our plans would help people losing health subsidies
    (3www.waff.com.)
    9:26 PM
  • Judge expresses disbelief in Bay City woman who went along with husbands prolonged sexual assault of minor
    (4www.mlive.com.)
    6:01 PM
  • Lacey Spears Convicted in Death of Son
    (5www.wbko.com.)
    5:44 PM
  • GOP: Our plan would help people losing health subsidies
    (6www.waff.com.)
    4:09 PM
  • High court nixes quick release of health care argument audio
    (7www.waff.com.)
    2:55 PM
  • Mom who blogged about son's constant health woes is convicted of his salt-poisoning death
    (8poststar.com.)
    2:46 PM
  • Bomb blast in downtown Cairo kills 1, wounds 10 people
    (9kdhnews.com.)
    2:24 PM
  • Q&A: Health law's survival hangs on four words at Supreme Court
    (10www.sanluisobispo.com.)
    1:43 PM
  • Lacey Spears convicted of killing son, 5, by poisoning him with salt
    (11feedproxy.google.com.)
    1:39 PM
  • Mom who blogged about son's health woes convicted of his salt-poisoning death
    (12www.contracostatimes.com.)
    1:07 PM
  • Mom convicted of killing son, 5, by poisoning him with salt
    (13www.kait8.com.)
    1:01 PM
  • Crash on Route 206 in Burlington County seriously injures 8-year-old boy, 7 others hospitalized
    (14www.nj.com.)
    12:35 PM
  • Ebola survivor Nina Pham suing hospital to be 'voice for other nurses'
    (15www.katv.com.)
    7:37 AM
  • How can we give New Orleans children a better life: Editorial
    (16www.nola.com.)
    7:21 AM
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