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September 11 · Issue #134 · View online
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Mississippi Reports Two New Human West Nile Virus Cases for 2017
Today the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) reports two new human cases of West Nile virus (WNV), bringing the state total to 47 this year. The new cases were in Lee and Desoto counties.
So far this year cases have been reported in Bolivar, Calhoun, Clarke, Clay (2), Covington, Desoto, Forrest (4), Hinds (8), Humphreys (2), Jones, Lauderdale, Leake, Lee (3), Leflore, Lincoln (2), Lowndes, Madison (4), Monroe, Noxubee, Perry, Rankin (6), Scott, Wilkinson, and Yazoo counties. Two deaths have been reported in Forrest and Humphreys counties.
In 2016, Mississippi had 43 WNV cases and two deaths.
A Month Has Passed Since Trump Declared an Opioid Emergency. What Next?
Team-based approach needs 63% percent capitation to be viable in primary care | Health Exec
Hospital spending growth falls to 28-year low
Obamacare: Obstacles await bipartisan push to stabilize insurance market
Sanders prepares to reveal 'Medicare for all' bill
Dem, GOP demands could sink bipartisan ObamaCare fix
Trump's ‘Republicans, Sorry’ Tweet Casts Doubt on GOP's Obamacare Repeal Plan
Freedom Caucus chair calls new ObamaCare repeal bill 'promising'
Bannon: Hill Republicans said Obamacare would be replaced by Easter
Groups fear Trump funding cuts will lower ObamaCare enrollment
Lawmakers Debate How Much Wiggle Room To Give States In Health Care
Insurance Commissioners Say Help Offered By Congress Is Not Enough To Save Market
Key ACA architect now supports single-payer
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