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Oregon delays work to force patients out of opioids

BEND – Oregon health officials have delayed the consideration of a controversial change during the Oregon Health Plan that could have forced many patients with chronic opioid pain. Bulletin reports that while patients with chronic pain cheered the development as the sign agency wanted to back up the proposal, early indications suggest the delay may still persist. The proposal was …

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Are eggs good or bad for you? New research resumes the debate

Copyright 2019 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, distributed, rewritten or redistributed. Recent US research on eggs won't go over easily for those who can't eat breakfast without them. Adults who ate approx. 1 ½ eggs daily had a slightly higher risk of heart disease than those who did not eat eggs. The study showed …

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8 influenza-like deaths are now reported in Kern County

BAKERSFIELD, California (KBAK / KBFX) – Another influenza-like death is reported Friday by Kern County Public Health. There are now eight registered deaths locally this influenza season and 22 cases of people with influenza who need to be hospitalized in the intensive care unit. This season's flu death marks a five-year high. There were two local influenza deaths each of …

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Influenza kills Portland woman, 37, and unborn child

A late season increase of influenza A – a strain of influenza that has made about 99 percent of all flu cases this year – has seen thousands of people across the country. In Portland, two young girls left the motherless, killing a 37-year-old woman and her unborn child. Stephanie Shradar had had the flu shot back in October, as …

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Salmonella eruptions traced to Elko restaurant | News

ELKO – 17 suspected cases of salmonella have been reported in Elko this week according to the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. The grid at Gold Dust West is the supposed source of the disease, the public information officer Martha Framsted confirmed in an email. "Division employees have been on site at the facility since Monday, March 11," …

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Confirmed mumps in local school

Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention examines a confirmed case of the hops at York High School. The child fell ill on 9 March. Anyone who was in York High School from March 6 to March 8 or in the Unified basketball game at Massabesic High School on March 7 may have been postponed. Officially said the child was …

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These generously buttered noodles have lots of Umami

French culture butter and Maggi spice powder may not be one of the most classic mashings, but it is a combination of dear to the heart of the cookbook author Andrea Nguyen. Before Mrs. Nguyen and her family left Vietnam in 1975 to emigrate to the United States, the mother would scrape small butter flakes – imported from France into …

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Surprise Turn the Oregon Health Meeting on Forced Opioid Loss Proposal – National Pain Report

The highly anticipated meeting in Oregon to consider a policy of forcing some Oregon Medicaid pain patients using opioids surprised. The head of the Oregon Health Authority canceled today's assessment in the light of potential conflicts of interest of staff. DR. Catherine livingston is a family medicine doctor who acts as a contract doctor consultant to the Health Evidence Review …

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