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Black Mothers Get Less Treatment For Postpartum Depression Than Other Moms

Cultural barriers may keep some African American women from seeking treatment for postpartum depression as early as they need it, and the standard screening tools aren’t always relevant for some black women.

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Newsletter editor Brianna Labuskes wades through hundreds of health care policy stories each week, so you don’t have to.

Website Errors Raise Calls For Medicare To Be Flexible With Seniors’ Enrollment

Members of Congress and others complain Medicare’s revamped Plan Finder had problems. Federal officials say they can help consumers who got bad information change their plans next year. But details about how switching will work are yet to come.

Postcard From San Diego

Patient-Induced Trauma: Hospitals Learn To Defuse Violence

Health care workers face a greater threat of workplace violence than workers in most other industries. Hospitals are installing security cameras and panic buttons, arming security guards with stun guns and teaching their employees how to handle potentially violent situations.

Analysis: Choosing A Plan From The Impossible Health Care Maze

In 21st-century US health care, everything is revenue, and so everything is billed.

Weekly Podcast

KHN’s ‘What The Health?’: We Spend HOW MUCH On Health Care?

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‘Death’s Snack?’

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