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Medical Marijuana Linked To Modest Budget Benefits For Medicare Part D, Study Finds
By Shefali Luthra
A Health Affairs study determines that Part D spending went down slightly on prescription drugs for which medical marijuana is viewed as a possible alternative.

Related Coverage: Study: Brand-Name Drugs’ High Copays Soak Medicare Part D Patients

Consumers’ Sunscreen Picks Don’t Always Track With Doctors’ Advice, Study Says
By Carmen Heredia Rodriguez
Researchers examined shoppers’ reviews of sunscreen products on Amazon.com and found that their the ratings often were based on scent, texture and performance, but didn’t necessarily take into account whether the products were consistent with dermatologists’ recommendations.

Unintended Consequence: Blood Banks Could Feel The Squeeze From Zika Advisories
By Shefali Luthra
Public health officials are wrestling with how to safeguard and maintain blood bank reserves in the face of concerns that the Zika virus can be spread through transfusions.

If You Want To Spend A Bundle On Your Bundle Of Joy, Go To Northern California
By Jenny Gold
A study shows that Sacramento and San Francisco are the two most expensive places to give birth among the nation’s 30 largest metropolitan areas. One possible reason: consolidation of hospitals and doctors.

Gingrich, Kennedy Take On Opioid Addiction — The KHN Conversation
By Shefali Luthra
Patrick Kennedy, a former congressman from Rhode Island, and Newt Gingrich, who was once the House speaker, are advancing policies to combat this national crisis.

For This Man, Reducing Gun Violence Is A Life’s Mission
By Cynthia H. Craft
Garen Wintemute, an ER doctor, gun violence researcher and advocate of tighter firearms restrictions, finds opportunity in the wake of mass shootings like the one that struck an Orlando night club last month.

Medicaid, Private Insurers Begin To Lift Curbs On Pricey Hepatitis C Drugs
By Judith Graham
Over the past few months, Massachusetts, Florida, New York, Delaware and Washington have lifted restrictions on the expensive medications, and private insurers around the country are also making the changes.

Young Adults Can Face Challenges To Health Enrollment
By Michelle Andrews
Even as the administration focuses on getting more young adults into marketplace coverage, many enrollment specialists say that this group has some difficulty transitioning from family plans or Medicaid.

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