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Wood Beetles Are Nature's Recyclers – With A Little Help From Fungi

Micha? Filipiak, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University Dead wood-eating beetles, such as termites, can cause damage to residential properties. But they repay humans by performing a priceless service: helping us...Show More Summary

Zenefits introduces level-funded insurance plans and more mobile updates

Zenefits, in a further attempt to find its way into small businesses as a human resources management service that can outmaneuver larger and more complex platforms, is releasing a suite of new updates today. Much of these updates revolve...Show More Summary

Wood beetles are nature's recyclers – with a little help from fungi

Dead wood-eating beetles, such as termites, can cause damage to residential properties. But they repay humans by performing a priceless service: helping us recycle decomposing dead trees.  

Medicaid in the President’s budget request

The Department of Health and Human Services accidentally leaked their own budget this evening. Bob Herman at Axios saved a copy. The biggest aspect of the budget is it laid out another $600 billion dollars in cuts to Medicaid and CHIP over ten years in addition to the $820 billion in Medicaid cuts in the […]

Trump's Budget Would Cut Planned Parenthood Out Of All Federal Programs

16 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

The Trump administration’s proposed budget specifically excludes Planned Parenthood from all Department of Health and Human Services programs, apparently the first time a president’s budget has done so, according to the leaked executive...Show More Summary

Proposed Trump Budget Slashes Medicaid, Food Stamps

20 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Hill reports: President Trump will propose massive cuts to the Medicaid program for fiscal 2018, according to a budget document posted by the Department of Health and Human Services. In total, the budget proposes cutting Medicaid spending by $610 billion over 10 years. Show More Summary

UTSA professor receives $250,000 grant to chase the brain's deepest mysteries

(University of Texas at San Antonio) Alfonso Apicella, assistant professor of biology at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), has received a $257,250 grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services to support his research in communication between the two halves of the brain.

Many Insects Resistant To Genetic Manipulation Via CRISPR Editing Tool, Research Finds

Arguments for and against the use of genetic modification techniques in the agricultural and healthcare/disease-prevention sectors typically focus on potential impacts to human health, and/or to wider ecosystems and natural services (a much more important area to watch, in my opinion than human health). Show More Summary

Trump's hiring freeze has left a scary number of public health jobs vacant

Tom Price, Donald Trump’s health and human services secretary, calls the Centers for Disease Control “an absolute jewel to our nation.” But under his so-called leadership, the CDC has 700 vacant jobs thanks to a continuing hiring freeze. Several...Show More Summary

There Is No Getting Around the Fact That Restricting Abortion Access Has Economic Consequences for Women

Government must do more to support women who want to have children and women who don’t. Last week, Lori Szala the national director of client services for the Human Coalition, wrote an op-ed in The New York Times attempting to deny a connection between the availability of abortion and the economic well-being of women and families. Show More Summary

Friday News: Privatization mayhem

4 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

NC'S MANAGED CARE MENTAL HEALTH CEO RAKES IN HUGE UNAUTHORIZED SALARY: Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions had been under fire from legislators and the former head of the state Department of Health and Human Services for paying its CEO Richard Topping more than $635,000 in salary this year. Show More Summary

Nearly 700 vacancies at CDC because of Trump administration's hiring freeze

4 days agoHealth : The Checkup

Health and Human Services is one of several federal agencies to maintain the freeze on their own.

Democratic Groups Dump Money, Staff Into Jon Ossoff's Georgia Race

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON ? Jon Ossoff, the Georgia Democrat on his way to potentially winning a congressional seat long held by Republicans, including Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, just got a...Show More Summary

Thursday News: Hunger Games, Chapter 7

4 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

HISE PROVISION IN BUDGET CUTS FOOD ASSISTANCE TO 51,236 CHILDREN: According to numbers released this week by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, 132,902 people across the state would lose food assistance if the change is in the final budget. Show More Summary

Journalist Jailed For Questioning HHS Secretary Says He Was Just Doing His Job

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The West Virginia journalist who was arrested after shouting questions last week at Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said Tuesday that he’s surprised by the attention his case has received. Dan Heyman, a Public News Service...Show More Summary

What could be the importance of marine and coastal cultural ecosystem services

(Pensoft Publishers) Cultural ecosystem services reflect physical and cognitive interactions between humans and nature, and are increasingly recognised for providing experiences, capabilities and many other benefits to human societies. Show More Summary

Tom Price, Who Is Linked To Arrested Reporter, Is Subject Of Congressional Ethics Complaints

Washington Post reports that Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price is praising the move of an arrested reporter this week. The arrest of the reporter is a move that has many, including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), decrying both the actions of Tom Price and the Capitol Police. Show More Summary

Gov. Raimondo taps city policy officer to lead department

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo has nominated a Providence human services policy officer to lead the state Department of Human Services. The Democratic governor announced Friday that Courtney Hawkins, a … Click to Continue »

Goofed on your tax return? Here's what to do

If you made a mistake on your tax return and didn’t realize it until after the filing deadline, congratulations — you’re human. In the 2015 tax year alone, the Internal Revenue Service sent 1.6 million notices to taxpayers for 2.1 million math errors on their returns. The good news is that if you...

Goofed on your tax return? Here's what to do

If you made a mistake on your tax return and didn’t realize it until after the filing deadline, congratulations — you’re human. In the 2015 tax year alone, the Internal Revenue Service sent 1.6 million notices to taxpayers for 2.1 million math errors on their returns. The good news is that if you...

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