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Kara McCullough became the 66th Miss USA during Sunday night’s pageant and while the neuroscientist should be soaking up all the excitement of crowning, unfortunately, she’s spending her first days clearing up controversial statements she made during the Q&A portion of the competition. McCullough was asked whether she considered affordable health care for all United…

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The unexpected win of President-elect Donald Trump has left many wondering what the country will look like over the next four years. From immigration laws to world relations, no policy discussion has been left untouched. On Thursday, Nov. 11, Atlanta’s top leaders in medicine came together to discuss the future health care. Co-hosted by powerhouse husband and…

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Atlanta-raised R&B singer Bobby V is back with a new single, “Hollywood Hearts,” and his anticipated Christmas album debuting on iTunes in the next upcoming weeks. He is most famously known for his distinct melodic sound and smash R&B songs like “Slow Down and “Tell Me,” but now the talented singer-songwriter is treading new ground with his blossoming acting career…

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Dr. Cheryl Whitaker is a 20-year veteran health care professional who has dedicated her career to finding innovative health care solutions for underserved populations. She has extensive experience in health care information technology where she has sought to leverage I.T. solutions toward better quality care for patients. In 2011, Dr. Whitaker was appointed by Illinois…

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Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter

Rolling out spoke exclusively to Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter at the Democratic National Committee meeting in Atlanta. Nutter spoke at length on Ferguson, Missouri, Michael Brown and issues confronting the inner city and law enforcement. Mayor Nutter what was your reaction to the Michael Brown shooting and the ongoing disturbances in Ferguson? First and foremost, the…

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Even though there is federal money on the table, many states are refusing to expand Medicaid for the uninsured or underinsured according to  a report by the Commonwealth Fund, a nonprofit group studying U.S. health care. The report states that the refusal of the expansion by mostly Republican governors is having a dramatic impact on…

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A 15-year-old black male is being denied proper health care because of his past behavior. According to reports by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Anthony Stokes is in need of a heart transplant because he has an enlarged heart. Stokes is currently a patient at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston and could die in three to…

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The $85 billion in sequestration cuts that became a certainty on Friday, March 1 hung over President Barack Obama’s Monday cabinet meeting like dark clouds. “We are going to manage it as best we can, try to minimize the impacts on American families, but it’s not the right way for us to go about deficit…

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was booed for a prolonged period Wednesday when he boldly made an appearance at the NAACP annual conference in Houston. The reason? Romney pledged that he would repeal the president’s signature health care reform law, derisively referred to as Obamacare by President Obama’s enemies, and the declaration brought the civil…

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(Family Features) – Regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, race, education or location, the number of Americans who are obese, diabetic or suffer from heart and other chronic diseases continues to rise. But new technology is helping to improve patient well-being. By using mobile health products and services, such as those offered by mHealth, the wireless…

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The movie Puncture is the true story about partners in the small law firm Weiss and Danziger who were approached by a potential client. The client, an inventor, was having trouble selling a safety syringe developed to protect health care workers from accidentally being infected by dirty needles. Government bureaucracy was the reason. Laws like…

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President Barack Obama announced major health care changes for women in America with his recent and official disclosure that contraception will soon be free for all women and that co-pays for birth control will be eliminated. The new guidelines under the Affordable Care Act requires new health insurance plans to cover women’s preventative services such…

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