KHN on the Air This Week

KHN chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner discussed the current surge in COVID-19 cases, health policy in the election and the Affordable Care Act case before the Supreme Court with NPR’s “All Things Considered” on Sunday and WBUR’s “On Point.”

Columnist and California Healthline senior correspondent Bernard Wolfson discussed the possible impact of Judge Amy Coney Barrett and the Supreme Court on the ACA with KPCC’s “Take Two” on Tuesday.

California Healthline correspondent Samantha Young discussed California’s Proposition 23 — the dialysis ballot measure — with KIQI 1010 AM’s “Hecho en California” on Thursday.… Read More

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The varieties of fall squash are as plentiful as they are delicious—and they’re loaded with vitamins. (For Spectrum Health Beat)

I must admit, fall is one of my favorite times of the year. I’m a sucker for sweater weather and the smell that cool, fall air brings. You can’t beat the breathtaking colors popping out of every corner.

But one of the things I love most is fall food. The warming effect of a piping-hot bowl of comfort is a gift to the soul.

However, not all fall favorites are created equal.

I try to strike a balance between purpose and pleasure. It’s possible to enjoy all the abundant flavors of the season and still keep an eye on good health.

And fall holds so much nutrition for us to enjoy.

You can find just about every color of the rainbow offering an abundance of powerful antioxidants, folate and and

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