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Referendum on Oregon tax on insurance firms

    Referendum on Oregon tax on insurance firms

SALEM, Ore.: A tax on insurance companies and some hospitals to provide health care for low-income Oregonians goes before voters next month, even after it was approved by the Legislature

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Chicago plan to control southeast-side pollution

    Chicago plan to control southeast-side pollution

CHICAGO: The Chicago Department of Public Health is enforcing a plan to control air pollution on the city’s southeast side. Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that the agency has approved plans

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New Mexico grad’s battle with cancer

    New Mexico grad’s battle with cancer

FARMINGTON, N.M.: Justin Solomon demonstrated the proper swing of a baseball bat earlier this month as he worked with young hitters at The Strike Zone, a Farmington baseball training facility.

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New Mexico sign-ups for ‘Obamacare’ dip

    New Mexico sign-ups for ‘Obamacare’ dip

SANTA FE, N.M.: Enrollment in “Obamacare” for 2018 among New Mexico residents fell by nearly 8 percent compared with last year. The New Mexico Office of the Superintendent of Insurance

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Half of all pregnancies in India are unintended, reveals Lancet study

    Half of all pregnancies in India are unintended, reveals Lancet study

NEW YORK: An estimated 15.6 million abortions took place in India in 2015, with the majority of women taking pills

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Max group claims ‘stay’ on license cancellation order

    Max group claims ‘stay’ on license cancellation order

NEW DELHI: Max Healthcare claimed its hospital in Shalimar Bagh in the city has resumed operations from today after an

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Health risks, environmental damage widespread in India: UN

    Health risks, environmental damage widespread in India: UN

UNITED NATIONS: Severe health risks and environmental damage are “widespread” in India due to “very low” literacy levels of the

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FICCI told to close stall selling herbal cigarettes

    FICCI told to close stall selling herbal cigarettes

NEW DELHI: Stressing that herbal cigarettes are as harmful as tobacco ones, the Delhi government’s health department has written to

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Air pollution can affect brain development of infants in South Asia

    Air pollution can affect brain development of infants in South Asia

NEW DELHI: Air pollution can affect brain development of more than 12 million infants in South Asia, including India, a

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Lung capacity of Indians 30 per cent lower than N Americans: Scientist

    Lung capacity of Indians 30 per cent lower than N Americans: Scientist

NEW DELHI: The lung capacity of Indians is 30 per cent lower than North Americans or Europeans, making them highly

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