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Health Headlines for Monday, February 5

Cuomo’s windfall tax will sicken the insured

Lockport Journal

There are 19.75 million people in New York.

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New York sees another year of record-setting health insurance coverage

Watertown Daily Times

New York saw another record-breaking year for health insurance, as more than 4.3 million residents bought policies through the State of Health Marketplace — 700,000 more people covered than in 2017.

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Trump attacks Democrats over health care


President Donald Trump is citing protests over health care funding in Britain to attack Democrats for “pushing for Universal HealthCare.”

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Rome city employees use on-demand telemedicine

Times Telegram

City of Rome employees receive a benefit normally associated with great wealth — concierge medicine.

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Spectrum News Buffalo

With at least 53 pediatric deaths reported nationwide, doctors are calling this the worst flu season in years.

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New report details misuse of antipsychotics in nursing homes

ABC News

U.S. nursing homes have significantly reduced the use of powerful antipsychotic drugs among their elderly residents, responding to pressure from many directions.

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