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Congress, set health-care course that covers more people
The doors of America’s teaching hospitals are open to all, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Few other industries can make the same claim. We promise our patients that we’ll provide them with the ver... read more
Daily on Healthcare: Red-state Dems focus on pre-existing conditions as election approaches…GOP hammers on premiums…
Be more of an insider ... can meet the requirements set under Obamacare to make sure that plans cover a range of services. The funds are used for hiring, reviewing policies, developing studies, or to ... read more
Even the Insured Aren't Immune from Health Care Cost Fears
While more than 90% of Americans now have health insurance ... in how it covers walk-in clinic visit versus an emergency room visit. If you are prescribed medications, look into whether they have gene... read more
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Why That Feel-Good News Story Should Actually Make You Feel Very Bad
These are real headlines for real news stories ― the types of stories people ... stance on health care reform, cost controls and the Affordable Care Act. Find out where they stand on the 2017 tax cut ... read more
Zweifel column: GOP’s message to health care consumers: Drop dead
People still ... s provisions to cover more Americans, particularly the poor. Then at Trump’s urging, the Republican-controlled Congress stuck a provision in its 2017 tax cuts that removed penalties o... read more
This E.R. Treats Opioid Addiction on Demand. That’s Very Rare.
Some hospital emergency departments are giving people medicine ... the government health insurance program for the poor that, crucially for Dr. Herring’s program, California expanded under the Afforda... read more
Zimbabwe: 'Zima Congress Opens New Era for Doctors'
Dr Parirenyatwa said this while officially opening the ZiMA congress. "I would like to express my delight that the ZiMA congress' organising committee decided to prioritise professionalism and trainin... read more
Missourians deserve quality health care at affordable prices
McCaskill told us that if we liked our healthcare ... and set coverage mandates. Eliminate the one-size-fits-all dictates from Washington. Plans for women, for example, shouldn’t have to cover prostat... read more
More Evidence that the US Constitution Does Not Mandate Federal Control of Immigration
In southern states, the situation was more focused on re-entry. Neuman writes: In slave states, the mere visibility of black people living ... of course, meant there was mostly free movement between s... read more
Beijing’s Military, Maritime Militia ‘Likely Training’ to Strike US and Allies, Pentagon Says
China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) bombers are likely training for strikes against the United States ... The Epoch Times business editor Valentin Schmid, delivered weekly. Health News, insights, a... read more
Is the U.S. Knee-Deep in ‘Epidemics,’ or Is That Just Wishful Thinking?
It also studies public-health issues like suicide and drug overdoses (though not gun violence; in 1996, Congress blocked ... 90s “epidemic” of people wearing brushed-suede Hush Puppies. Today’s proble... read more
Plain Talk: GOP's message to health care consumers: Drop dead
People are ... act's provisions to cover more Americans, particularly the poor. Then at Trump's urging, the Republican-controlled Congress stuck a provision in its 2017 tax cuts that removed penalties ... read more