Almost every major demographic group has made progress toward getting health insurance, a new survey shows.
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With 30 bipartisan Congressional representatives joining those opposed to the proposed changes to Medicare Part D, CMS lost no time in backing down. For now.
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GOP poll shows Florida voters favor medical marijuana by 78 percent.
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Street medicine fills a critical gap for people who might otherwise get healthcare in an emergency room, shelter or jail cell.
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Know many confused 65-year-olds? Probably not. But confusion is the reason CMS gives for reducing the number of prescription drug plan choices from many to few.
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Poet Edwin Honig allowed his cousin to chronicle their visits as he succumbed to Alzheimer's, holding on to poetry to the end.
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The compulsion to starve yourself can be mystifying to most people who struggle with overeating.
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Young people aren't the only ones who might be putting off healthcare coverage until tomorrow. The White House is making Latinos the focus of its final month's enrollment push.
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