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Writer and editor for Shots, NPR's health blog. Ex-WSJ. My fixations manifested here. And, yes, there will be typos. (PR people, don't pitch me on Twitter.)

Anthem Deal For Cigna Would Hasten Health Insurance Consolidation

wnyc.org — · by Scott Hensley From Anthem finally bagged its prey. The Indianapolis-based health insurer Anthem reached an agreement Thursday to pay $54 billion for rival Cigna, based in Bloomfield, Conn. Cigna rejected a lower Anthem bid in June, calling it inadequate.

Anthem Deal For Cigna Would Hasten Health Insurance Consolidation

npr.org — Anthem finally bagged its prey. The Indianapolis-based health insurer Anthem reached an agreement Thursday to pay $54 billion for rival Cigna, based in Bloomfield, Conn. Cigna rejected a lower Anthem bid in June, calling it inadequate.

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

health.wusf.usf.edu — Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialties. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

wlrn.org — Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialties. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

wabe.org — Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialties. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

kalw.org — Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialties. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

kcur.org — Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialties. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

wvpublic.org — Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialties. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

npr.org — Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialty. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.
Jul 23, 2015

Most medical residents are in debt but are reasonably happy - n.pr/1gQbfYt

Medical Residents Are Indebted But Reasonably Happy

wnyc.org — · by Scott Hensley From Medical residents are the tweeners of health care. They've got their medical degrees but still haven't finished the training they need to go forth and practice their chosen specialty. Talking to residents is one way to get a bead on where medicine may be headed.
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Jul 31, 2015

#ff @SturgillSimpson He's making my day with this set from 2015 Newport Folk Festival. Thanks @nprmusic! n.pr/1JVoIp7

Jul 31, 2015

Merck experimental Ebola vax looks good in interim analysis of Phase III trial. bit.ly/1JVotKB $MRK twitter.com/kakape/status/…

Jul 30, 2015

Well, well, @Pharmalot and @edsilverman going to @BostonGlobe's stat. Why didn't I see that coming? Congrats! on.wsj.com/1eDP4mO

Jul 30, 2015

How Warren Buffett’s family bankrolled an IUD revolution. Lots of details from @kyweise: bloom.bg/1eDOjKz

Jul 30, 2015

Envious of this access to capital. NBCUniversal eyeing investments in BuzzFeed and Vox: on.recode.net/1KCH7tL HT @mims

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Midazolam nasal spray. I had no idea. What will they think of next? 1.usa.gov/1KCuDSK HT @kristinamfiore bit.ly/1KCuQWd



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