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Stiff Penalties Reduce Teen Car Crashes
Stiff Penalties Reduce Teen Car Crashes

Charles Czeisler, in a WTOP-FM interview, detailed his June study's findings: a significant drop in car crashes for young Massachusetts drivers due to tightened night driving restrictions.

Tags: WTOP, Hospitals, Young Adults, Charles Czeisler, Massachusetts

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The Medi-Cal Waiver: Perspectives On Promoting Health System Improvement In California
The Medi-Cal Waiver: Perspectives On Promoting Health System Improvement In California

Briefing: June 11, 2015

Tags: Medicare, Alan Weil, Peter Long, Sandra Shewry, Nadereh Pourat, Michael Kelley Gusmano, Jennifer Kent, Andrew Bindman, Brad Gilbert, Mitch Katz, Anthony Wright, Mari Cantwell, California

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Amid Fears And Controversy, A Doctor Chooses A Home Birth
Amid Fears And Controversy, A Doctor Chooses A Home Birth

A family physician who delivers babies discusses her decision to have a home birth, and the controversy and fear surrounding it.

Tags: Physicians, Quality Of Care, Maternal And Child Health, Jessica Taylor Goldstein

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Mammogram Coverage Debate Continues
Mammogram Coverage Debate Continues

Editor-in-chief Alan Weil, in a WTOP interview, explains why some women might incur a copay in the future for mammograms.

Tags: WTOP, Affordable Care Act, Cancer, Alan Weil, Prevention

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A Look At SHOP Exchanges
A Look At SHOP Exchanges

Health Affairs author Jon Gabel, in a WTOP interview, assesses the successes and failures of the SHOP exchanges to date.

Tags: WTOP, Affordable Care Act, Insurance, Small Business Health Options Program, National Opinion Research Center

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