HEALTHCARE

Proposal Aims to Better Prepare MN 911 Dispatchers for Guiding CPR

Most people assume 911 operators can guide them through CPR if needed over the phone, but only 50-60 percent can actually do so.
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Advocates hope GOP lawmakers think about who will be impacted before making another attempt to gut the Affordable Care Act.

Lawmakers Urged to Consider Children While Debating Health Care

Advocates hope GOP lawmakers think about who will be impacted before making another attempt to gut the Affordable Care Act.
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Lawmakers Urged to Consider Children While Debating Health Care

Advocates hope GOP lawmakers think about who will be impacted before making another attempt to gut the Affordable Care Act.
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Congress is considering a bill (HR 1215) to make it harder for people to sue for medical negligence or malpractice.

MN Mom: Health Care Costs Driving Families to Poverty

Minnesotans are speaking out about how the latest Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act will hurt them.
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Addiction Is A Chronic Disease, It’s OK To Ask For Help

"I'm a prime example of the power of addiction and the promise and possibility of recovery," said William Moyers, son of journalist and political commentator Bill Moyers.
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AARP Launches Major Campaign to Protect Medicare

The nation's largest senior advocacy group, AARP, is launching a campaign to block congressional efforts to turn Medicare into a voucher system.
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Sen Hayden Hopeful For Undocumented Immigrant Medical Help

Hospitals paying for undocumented immigrants cut off from state-provided dialysis and chemotherapy may get some help. Senator Jeff Hayden says Governor Mark Dayton has proposed reinstating the Emergency Medical Assistance…
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