Healthcare providers support vaccinations based on emotions; Study explores racial disparity in access to breastfeeding information;

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> JConline examines the deep healthcare fears among partners in same-sex relationships that hospitals won't recognize their rights.. Article

> Healthcare providers base their positions on vaccines on their emotions and personal experiences, rather than scientific and analytical knowledge, according to a new study by the School of Public Health at the University of Haifa. Study announcement

> Despite the well-documented benefits of breastfeeding, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that hospitals are less likely to encourage black mothers to breastfeed their children. Study

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> The American Hospital Association called on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to cease what it calls "flawed and redundant" audits by its Office of the Inspector General in a letter to HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell. Article

> The state of South Carolina recently began posting hospital financial data on its website. However, many of the state's acute care providers dispute the accuracy of the information, GSA Business reported. Article

And Finally... A one-in-two million catch. Article

 

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