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Challenges of Long-Term Care

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Living healthier often means living longer—and Medicaid is not up to the challenge.
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Why Medicaid Can't Handle Long-Term Care
NPR—Living healthier often means living longer—and Medicaid is not up to the challenge.
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How Virus Raises Cancer Risk
MNT—Up to 90% of people are infected with Epstein-Barr virus, which has been linked to a number of cancers—including breast cancer, according to a new study.
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'Hookup Culture' Is a Myth
NBC News—The “Snapchat generation”—people born in the early 1990s—are much more likely to be sexually inactive than their older peers, as well as Gen Xers.
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Back-to-School Vaccines
Berkeley Wellness—If you walk into any store right now, the prevalence of all the "Back-to-School" displays is an instant reminder that summer is coming to an end. In addition to buying your kindergartner new crayons and a backpack, or prepping your rising college freshman for life in the dorms, it is also time to think about what vaccinations your child needs in order to enter school.
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Health After 50—Looking to get more calcium in your diet? Calcium is best absorbed when eaten several times a day in amounts of 500 mg or less. After age 50, women's calcium requirement increases to 1,200 mg per day to maintain bone mass. Men should consume 1,200 mg per day after age 70.
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