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WASHINGTON — President Obama and congressional Democrats, seizing on the good news of an improving health care website and rising enrollments, on Wednesday highlighted parts of the law that are popular with the public and reminded Americans, and the law’s … Continue reading
If people whose health insurance was canceled under Obamacare this year don’t line up new coverage this month, the Obama administration could face a political nightmare. More people could have lost coverage than gained it when the health law benefits … Continue reading
When it comes to health reporting about fat people, don’t swallow everything you see. Major news outlets on TV, radio and online lit up Monday with news about a study claiming there was no such thing as “healthy obesity,” which … Continue reading
The decision to force a woman to undergo a Caesarean section and then give her baby up for adoption was “totally unreasonable,” her lawyer has claimed. The baby was taken from an unnamed Italian woman, who suffers from bipolar disorder, … Continue reading
A Labour MP has called for more people struggling with depression to seek treatment, after revealing he has the illness himself. John Woodcock, who represents Barrow in Furness, in Cumbria, said he felt he could still carry out his work … Continue reading
5 December 2013 Last updated at 20:40 ET Vitamin D supplements are recommended for young children and the elderly Scientists have cast doubt on the value of vitamin D supplements to protect against diseases such as cancers, diabetes and dementia. … Continue reading
Despite years of progress in preventing and treating H.I.V. in the middle class, the number of new infections nationwide remains stubbornly stuck at 50,000 a year — more and more of them in these men, who make up less than … Continue reading
The road to Obamacare has seen its share of speed bumps, as well as big potholes. But a physician shortage is unlikely to be one of its roadblocks. Shortage forecasters point to two major factors. One is an aging population. … Continue reading
Americans with chronic illnesses—who are expected to be among the biggest beneficiaries of the health law—face widely varying out-of-pocket drug costs that could be obscured on the new insurance exchanges. Under the law, patients can’t be denied coverage due to … Continue reading
4 December 2013 Last updated at 08:46 ET Article written by Fergus Walsh Medical correspondent More from Fergus Beth and her husband Warren A woman has begun a legal bid to prevent her dead husband’s frozen sperm from being destroyed. … Continue reading
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