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Picture of the day for January 18, 2017



Two RENFE class 730 "Dual-mode Patito" ("duckling") crossing the Viaducto Martín Gil near Zamora, Spain.. Learn more.
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January 18, 2017

pooh-pooh: Word of the day for January 18, 2017

pooh-pooh , v :
(transitive) To dismiss idly with contempt or derision. English author A. A. Milne, who created the character Winnie-the-Pooh in children’s story books, was born on this day in 1882.
January 18, 2017

New Destination for a New York Staycation: The Second Avenue Subway


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With the opening of three stops, the Upper East Side has become a retreat for city residents.
New Destination for a New York Staycation: The Second Avenue Subway - By BONNIE WERTHEIM - Category Style - Keyword Subways, Second Avenue Subway (NYC), Photography, Art - From The New York Times - Published at January 17, 2017 at 07:00AM

NPR News: 18 Million People Could Lose Insurance In First Year After Partial Obamacare Repeal

18 Million People Could Lose Insurance In First Year After Partial Obamacare Repeal
The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office found that, without the federal mandate and subsidies, the number of people who will lose their health insurance could grow to 32 million over 10 years.

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Health Care - January 18, 2017 at 05:26AM - 18 Million People Could Lose Insurance In First Year After Partial Obamacare Repeal

NPR News: CBO Predicts Obamacare Repeal Could Leave Millions Without Insurance

CBO Predicts Obamacare Repeal Could Leave Millions Without Insurance
A Congressional Budget Office analysis requested by Democrats says a repeal of Obamacare could leave millions uninsured. But Republicans insist they will come up with a replacement law to provide insurance.

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Health Care - January 18, 2017 at 04:40AM - CBO Predicts Obamacare Repeal Could Leave Millions Without Insurance

NPR News: Study Reveals Potential Conflict Of Interest In Patient Advocacy Funding

Study Reveals Potential Conflict Of Interest In Patient Advocacy Funding
Most patient advocacy groups get funding from the industry, a new study finds. That means they may have a conflict of interest when they are representing patients.

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Health Care - January 18, 2017 at 04:40AM - Study Reveals Potential Conflict Of Interest In Patient Advocacy Funding

NPR News: For Many People, Medical Care Works Best When It's Incremental

For Many People, Medical Care Works Best When It's Incremental
We often imagine the best medical care as a miracle cure. Atul Gawande argues that for chronic illness, the best care may be a long, slow process of improving health a little bit at a time.

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Health Care - January 18, 2017 at 04:34AM - For Many People, Medical Care Works Best When It's Incremental