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"… s fats to chronic health problems such as heart disease, stroke and Type 2 diabetes. The move “demonstrates the agency’s commitment to the heart health o …"

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"… public health experts as a contributor to heart disease, stroke and Type 2 diabetes. Despite strong pushback from industry, the FDA is expected this summer t …"

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"… esubmit the article,” the official said in a statement. The study cited diabetes as an example of the billing problem. The private Medicare Advantage heal …"

"… ng problem. The private Medicare Advantage health plans reported rates of diabetes with medical complications more than twice as often as for people in stand …"

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"… er had diagnosed abnormally high numbers of patients with diseases such as diabetes with complications that boosted Medicare payments — diagnoses that “we …"

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"… riations in levels of diseases in some health plans, from complications of diabetes to serious depression. The study concluded that “further policy changes …"

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"… billing for an inordinately high number of patients with complications of diabetes. Despite its broad implications for Medicare spending, the study by HHS r …"

"… . Even more striking, according to the study, is how much higher reported diabetes rates have been in certain health plans than others. The study tracked rap …"

"… began, up to last year, and made them public for the first time. Overall, diabetes with serious complications, which pays higher rates, was reported as much …"

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"… be at increased risk of excessive weight gain, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.” Seizing on the “opinion” tag, the foo …"

"… ted them with short- and long-term health problems, including weight gain, diabetes, cardiovascular disease — even cancer. The conflicting studies have spar …"

"… f sugary foods and beverages that are more clearly tied to weight gain and diabetes. But when it comes to long-term health effects, he says, “There is some …"

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"… e include bladder, lung, liver and skin cancer, heart disease, strokes and diabetes. Recent studies have suggested that arsenic may cause IQ deficits in child …"

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"… h plans when they help document medical problems — from complications of diabetes to a history of heart trouble that’s flared up. Health plans can profit …"

"… ple is a person who has prescriptions for insulin, an obvious indicator of diabetes, but whose medical record doesn’t capture that diagnosis. Doctors also m …"

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"… ly pay more for people with chronic or costly diseases, such as cancer and diabetes with complications, and less for those in robust health. Lawmakers also ho …"

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"… nbsp;that a Humana-owned clinic diagnosed patients with conditions such as diabetes with complications, which boosted Medicare payments. She alleged that thos …"

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"… Medicare Advantage plans that enroll people with chronic diseases such as diabetes and take other steps to manage their care. …"

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"… s likely will lead to other medical issues, ranging from heart disease to diabetes, for example, as post-9/11 veterans age. “So we have the same phenomeno …"

"… smoking, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Amputations are associated with obesity, cardiovascular disease, osteoart …"

"… eight at age 30 to 40, rather than treating his coronary artery disease or diabetes at age 50,” Geiling, Rosen and Edwards wrote. “Society is not yet con …"

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"… o significant increases in hospitalization  for chronic diseases like diabetes, asthma and mental disorders. “Churning has a pervasive negative impact …"

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"… a. They come from farming communities and are mostly poor. Few suffer from diabetes or hypertension. The climate is sweltering, toxic pesticides are used libe …"

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"… a. Its victims are mostly male agricultural workers who do not suffer from diabetes or hypertension, the usual causes of the illness. The government and WHO c …"

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"… victims are relatively young and mostly farm workers, and few suffer from diabetes and high blood pressure, the usual risk factors for renal disease. They ex …"

"… gh kidney disease has killed more people in El Salvador and Nicaragua than diabetes, HIV/AIDS and leukemia combined in the last five years on record, the Cent …"

"… utions have been reluctant to recognize the problem. Most CKD is caused by diabetes, obesity or hypertension, all fast-growing problems in the developing worl …"

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"… side, older adults with untreated depression are less likely to have their diabetes, high blood pressure and other physical conditions under control — and c …"

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"… the 15 percent of young people who have chronic conditions like asthma or diabetes, and the young women looking to have a baby," said Aaron Smith, 30, co-fou …"

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"… old, the chronically ill, and those with pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes.” And here’s what Larry English, the former president of Cigna He …"

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"… dney disease is a manageable illness that mostly affects older people with diabetes and high blood pressure. But in Central America, each year thousands of ag …"

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"… re born with disabilities or who developed life-threatening illnesses like diabetes or cancer. It was perfectly legal for them to refuse to sell coverage to a …"

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"… xamples — like what and how much a particular plan will cover if we have diabetes or if we get pregnant and how much we’ll have to pay out of our own pock …"

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"… sumption of BVO would not cause any health problems — except the risk of diabetes and obesity from drinking that much sugar water," said Zane Horowitz, medi …"

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"… tes of avoidable hospital admissions for people with asthma, lung disease, diabetes, hypertension and other common illnesses.When it comes to access to physic …"

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"… worse than Americans when it comes to surviving cancer, being treated for diabetes, getting a hip replacement when needed and getting an appointment with a s …"

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"… .The list for automatic denial is long. It includes heart disease, cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and stroke and even allergies and …"

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"… For diabetics I can keep a closer eye on them to help better manage their diabetes and potential complications.”Some in the medical community are not thril …"

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"… records would let him generate a list every month of patients at risk for diabetes who need blood sugar levels checked. The list would also identify patients …"

"… as simple as electronic reminders prompted doctors to screen patients for diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer, and increased the number of patients who …"

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"… stem problem; tardive dyskinesia, a movement problem; high blood sugar and diabetes; and very low blood pressure resulting in dizziness and fainting.In 2009, …"

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