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Donald Trump's incredible genes Print E-mail
Written by Sharon Begley, STAT   
Thursday, 18 January 2018 00:00

Unless someone swipes one of President Trump's used forks from the Mar-a-Lago dining room and sends it to 23andMe for DNA analysis, the world will simply have to guess what the White House physician meant when he told reporters on Tuesday that Trump "has incredible genes, I just assume." Incredible genes may seem like hand-waving, but there's no question some genetic variants protect against heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and other killers. And Trump chose his parents well: His father died of pneumonia at 93 after developing Alzheimer's disease but apparently avoiding cancer and heart disease. His mother lived to 88; her cause of death was not reported, but her only known ailment was osteoporosis.
 
His genetic inheritance might explain how Trump can get by with only four or five hours of sleep, which supposedly raises the risk of hypertension, and yet have blood pressure of 122/74 without anti-hypertensive medication.

 
Viral Video: University of Maryland hospital under fire for patient dumping Print E-mail
Written by FHI's Week in Review   
Monday, 15 January 2018 00:00
 
Andrea McDaniels and Meredith Cohn bring us disturbing news, in a Baltimore Sun article dated 1.11.18, reporting that "The University of Maryland Medical Center's top executive apologized to a patient who was discharged and found on the street wearing only a thin hospital gown and socks outside its midtown facility, calling it an isolated incident."
 
Read more in the current issue of Week in Review>> http://conta.cc/2FBVfa1
 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 January 2018 09:12
 
CMS: Enforce Medicaid Work Requirements Print E-mail
Written by Meridith McGraw, ABC News   
Thursday, 11 January 2018 00:00
 
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) today <1.11.18> released new policy guidance that allows states to enforce work requirements on the millions of low-income people who receive Medicaid. The move by the Trump administration paves the way for states to start programs that deny health coverage through Medicaid unless people demonstrate they work or are participating in "community engagement activities" like volunteering.
 

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 January 2018 09:22
 
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Wednesday, 20 December 2017 00:00
 
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