In the Media — July 2018

									Charlie Plain |
																			July 16, 2018

Jean Abraham
7/10: In Ohio governor’s race, liberal PAC exaggerates impact of Obamacare repeal (Politifact)

Amira Adawe (student)
7/17: This Somali anti-skin bleaching crusader in the U.S. is ending stigma against dark-skinned women (Face2Face Africa)

Nicole Basta
7/6: Explaining ‘herd immunity’ may convince more people to get flu shots (Reuters)
7/6: Explaining ‘herd immunity’ may convince more people to get flu shots (KFGO)

Lynn Blewett
7/16: Split markets remain problematic for state exchanges as 2019 plan year approaches (Fierce Healthcare)

Ezra Golberstein
7/14: Trump administration takes aim at Affordable Care Act, but harms private insurance market instead (Star Tribune)
7/16: Excerpts from recent Minnesota editorials (Kansas City Star)
7/18: Obamacare finds stability under siege (U.S. News & World Report)

Health News Review
7/10: MS hope or MS hype? This writer’s dilemma (Multiple Sclerosis News Today)

Craig Hedberg
7/5: Trump vs. Red Hen restaurant: Eateries in Trump properties also dinged for violations (USA Today)
7/26: New Ulm Company’s Whey Recalled Amid Salmonella Outbreaks (WCCO 4)

Carrie Henning-Smith
7/11: Strengthening the workforce to improve pregnancy outcomes in rural areas (The Rural Monitor)

Mary Kosuth and Elizabeth Wattenberg
7/9: Humans, fish, and other animals are consuming microfibres in our food and water (Eco-Business)

Katy Kozhimannil
7/14: Rural maternity care falling short in South Dakota (U.S. News & World Report)
7/16: Rural maternity care falling short in South Dakota (Rapid City Journal)

Melissa Laska
7/17: City officials look to change grocery regulations to make staple foods ordinance more inclusive (Minnesota Daily)

DeAnn Lazovich
7/9: Sunscreen ingredient revealed as necessary for best skin protection (Daily Mail Online)

Michael Osterholm
7/7: Del Monte vegetables linked to over 200 reported infections, officials say (The Seattle Times)
7/7: Del Monte vegetables linked to outbreak that has sickened more than 200, officials say (The New York Times)
7/9: Del Monte recalls vegetable trays after 212 get infected by parasites (The Huffington Post)
7/9: Parasite In Del Monte vegetables sickens more than 200 people (Tech Times)
7/9: Del Monte vegetables infect over 200 people with intestinal parasite (Nature World News)
7/12: 3 PR and marketing lessons from Fresh Del Monte’s recall (Ragan’s PR Daily)
7/27: Readers Write: Antibiotics research (Star Tribune)

Project EAT
7/30: Can Teaching Kids to Cook Make Them Healthier Later in Life? (Civil Eats)

Rural Health Research Center
7/17: It’s 4 A.M. The baby’s coming. But the hospital is 100 miles away. (New York Times)
7/17: When it’s 4 a.m. and the twins are coming — but the hospital is more than 150 kilometres away (The Toronto Star)

Gary Schwitzer
7/5: Respected health news media watchdog to shut down, citing lack of funding (Science Based Medicine)
7/17: ST Medical Monday: A chat with Gary Schwitzer of (Public Radio Tulsa)

Nathan Shippee
7/6: Very low-income Medicaid enrollees with complex needs require integrated health and social services (AJMC Managed Markets Network)

Irina Stepanov
7/31: U of M study shows cancer risk in e-cigarettes (KARE 11)

Leigh Turner
7/25: Minneapolis hospital’s experiment in sedating patients without consent raises ethical concerns (Pioneer Press)
7/27: Minneapolis Police Urged Paramedics To Inject People With Ketamine To Subdue Them (BuzzFeed News)

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