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1 hr ago | Greenwich Citizen
This photo taken Friday, Aug. 29, 2014 and made available by Amy Jones, shows Shekhar Bastola, a SEAMAAC Bhutanese outreach worker, left, assisiting Bhagawat Bastola with his immigration documents in Philadelphia.
1 hr ago | Business Journal
About 53 percent of working-age Ohioans get health insurance through their job or a spouse's employer, according to recently released results of this year's Ohio Health Issues Poll.
1 hr ago | PC World
Oregon officials still need Oracle's cooperation to meet a looming deadline related to the state's troubled health-insurance exchange website, even as both sides have lodged lawsuits against one another.
5 hrs ago | Kevin, M.D.
My brother and I, both optometrists, had a heart-to-heart discussion about the loss of one of our patients.
8 hrs ago | Philly.com
Obamacare, organic soy milk, and birth control pills have proven to be a volatile mix for Eden Foods, a small, highly regarded natural foods company.
Last June, Roseland Community Hospital nearly shut its doors because of financial problems - a move that could have left residents in one of Chicago's poorest neighborhoods without a nearby hospital.
There's a new way to sign up for health insurance in Michigan. The Michigan Chamber of Commerce launched a new state-wide health insurance Web site Monday.
While driving home recently, I listened to a report describing the recent testimony before members of the Utah Legislature concerning the possible expansion of Medicaid to help cover uninsured Utahans.
A new study investigating seniors' ER visits and corresponding nutrition levels reveals that physician care in the US is out of touch with reality, that there are gaping holes in the nutritional quality of the American food supply and that modern day health insurance plans are an illusion of healthcare.
Like many Americans, I had hopes that President Barack Obama would live up to the high rhetoric of his campaign.
Paul Krugman writes in the New York Times about good news on the health insurance and federal budget front.
Initially intended for all states, Medicaid expansion became a state-by-state choice after the Supreme Court ruled in 2012 that including expansion in the Affordable Care Act was coercive because states didn't have enough time to voluntarily consent to the change, and states failing to enact it could lose their federal funding.
Health care is a major news story these days. Turn on the television and someone is talking about it.
But many state employees, retirees and their dependents say the changes they'll be asked to start making next month translates to increases in out-of-pocket expenses for their health care.
Seven robed men decided in 1973 that a woman has a "privacy" right to "choose" to take the life of a pre-born baby she is carrying, the God-given right to life of the baby be damned.
The steep decline in the use of hormone therapy has spawned a prevalent but preventable side effect: millions of women suffering in silence with hot flashes, according to a study by a Yale School of Medicine researcher and colleagues.
Find out who qualifies for the ACA Premium Tax Credit, how you can claim the tax... Felue Chang who is newly insured under an insurance plan through the Affordable Care Act receives a checkup from Dr. Peria Del Pino-White at the South Broward Community Health Services clinic on April 15, 2014 in Hollywood, Florida.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:45 am
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