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Is health insurance ripe for disruption by newer, tech-savvy market players? Oscar, a newcomer to the California health insurance exchange, certainly hopes so, and has the market valuation to back it up. But will the company's growth and innovation largely be limited to tech-savvy millennials?

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This post is about Michael Marmot's work that looks at status as a social determinant of health outcomes.

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The June 8 edition of Newsweek has a must-read story about the world's most influential celebrity.

Weston Kosova and Pat Wingert meticulously detail how Oprah Winfrey uses her show, her magazine and her Web site as a platform for some completely loony health advice, including needle-and-thread facelifts, avoiding vaccines, daily hormone injections into the vagina to stop aging and thinking positively as an alternative to surgery.

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Paul T. Giboney, M.D., is associate medical director of Clinica Msr. Oscar A. Romero, a non-profit community health center in Los Angeles that serves about 50,000 patients a year, most of them uninsured or underinsured. Dr. Giboney has been involved in inner city medicine for 14 years and has worked at Clinica Romero for six years. In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Giboney has been extensively involved with several quality improvement efforts at Clinica Romero and in collaborative work with community and public partners. Dr.

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