One of the main ways the Affordable Care Act seeks to reduce health care costs is by encouraging doctors, hospitals and other health care providers to form networks which coordinate patient care

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After years of alignment with anti-vaxxers, Jenny McCarthy says she’s not anti-vaccine—she’s pro ‘one poke per visit.’

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How well is the law working? How many were uninsured before they signed up? And just how big has the drop been in the number of uninsured people?

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People with severe brain injuries sometimes emerge from a coma awake but unresponsive, leaving families with painful questions. Are they aware?

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Treatment guidelines for virus highlight challenge of paying for expensive drugs in low-income countries

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Should insurance companies be barred from seeing genetic information when considering those policies so people can get the tests without fear that the results would be used against them?

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When it comes to coverage of abortion services in plans sold on the health insurance marketplaces, opponents and supporters of abortion rights are in complete agreement on one thing: Coverage details need to be clearer.

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Nine of 10 doctors discourage others from joining the profession, and 300 physicians commit suicide every year. When did it get this bad?

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