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ENDORSEMENT — 1199 SEIU has endorsed Republican Chris McGrath’s bid for the state Senate seat on Long Island vacated by Dean Skelos. “Born and raised in Inwood, Chris McGrath is the son of a health care worker. His mother was a medical records clerk who raised four children by herself after being widowed at a young age,” union president George Gresham said Friday. “Chris understands the challenges of working people and will fight for us in Albany, just like he fought for first responders after 9/11. The health care workers of 1199 SEIU are proud to support Chris McGrath for State Senate on April 19th.” 1199 SEIU shares close ties with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who endorsed Democratic Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky in the race.
...Meanwhile, the New York State Nurses Association held a rally for Bernie Sanders over the weekend.
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FINANCES — Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center lost $28.3 million because of the demise of Health Republic Insurance of New York, one reason operating income fell 30 percent in 2015. Read their finances here: http://politi.co/1Sg2LGb and here: http://politi.co/1S4TEeK
NOW WE KNOW — There's no scientific research to suggest that frequent bathing is a good idea, according to Dr. Elaine Larson of Columbia School of Nursing. http://bit.ly/23F8gJ0
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HAPPY TAX DAY — For those wondering, why it wasn’t April 15th this year, read this: http://bit.ly/268P7xT
GOTTFRIED STICKS BY SILVER — Appearing on Bill Samuels’s radio show, Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, chairman of his chamber’s Health Committee, stuck by his praise of Sheldon Silver, the convicted former speaker. http://bit.ly/1Nw495q
OP-ED — New York City health Commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett explains in the Daily News why she believes the increase in the minimum wage will save lives. http://nydn.us/23F8JLq
COMING OF AGE — The New York Times profiles a Bronx needle-exchange program. http://nyti.ms/1Nw4lRZ
MICRO TARGETED — The University at Buffalo is establishing a new center to research the human microbiome, which will be directed by Dr. Robert J. Genco beginning May 1. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1Nunvb5
CHECK THIS OUT — The New York State Health Foundation, in an effort to empower consumers, has a new Request For Proposal for projects that “create new tools and resources for consumers; make the health care system easier to navigate; identify effects of consolidation; or address systemic, repeated problems.” http://bit.ly/1NuloUK
ACROSS THE RIVER: New Jersey Advanced Media reports: “New Jersey's busiest medical marijuana doctor was evicted Friday from buildings in Neptune and Woodbridge, about two weeks after the same landlord canceled the lease on his main office in Hudson County. Although his website's domain name is drmarijuananj.com and billboard ads identify him as ‘NJ Green MD,’ Anthony Anzalone said the property management company Regus objected to his affiliation with the New Jersey's medical marijuana program.” http://bit.ly/23F95l3
PHARMA REPORT: The FDA is pulling approval for long-approved drugs that have been used to complement statins in managing high cholesterol. AbbVie's Niaspan was first approved in 1997, while Trilipix was approved in 2008. But neither drug reduces cardiovascular problems or mortality in patients treated with statins, the agency said.
WHAT WE’RE READING:
-ZIKA UPDATE — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tested 3,335 pregnant women who traveled to the United States from areas with Zika virus transmission and found only 28 confirmed infections. http://1.usa.gov/1NunDHo
-WHAT SHOULD WE EAT — Perhaps you saw the recent news about a 40-year old study on fats that recently surfaced and challenged the conventional wisdom. http://nyti.ms/1p7gmal
-INTENDED CONSEQUENCES — Nicholas Bagley laments what has happened in the six weeks since the U.S. Supreme Court decided Gobeille v. Liberty Mutual, in which six justices found that employer-sponsored health insurance plans are not required to submit claims to a state database. http://bit.ly/268N2lx
TODAY'S TIP — Comes from New York City Health + Hospitals: “Learn how to cut down your calories.” http://ow.ly/OKFXy
-LOOK ALIKE — Researchers from Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health found that lay health advisers who share social, economic, cultural and linguistic backgrounds with the underserved groups they interact with are more likely to reduce health disparities, according to an article in Implementation Science. http://bit.ly/268ND6T
-THYROID CANCER — Researchers from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, writing in JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, examine the increase in thyroid cancer over the past 30 years. They attributed this to the bette diagnosis of small papillary cancers. The increase appears to have plateaued beginning in 2010. http://bit.ly/268Okx5
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