The latest news on health insurance
Weight-loss drugs are flagged; how health insurance reform may raise young adults' premiums.
Making young people buy expensive comprehensive health insurance is not the best way to proceed.
Obama has his numbers, conservatives have theirs. Perspective is the key.
Average insurance premiums ranged from $11,000 to over $13,500 for families in 2008, report finds
Health reform may be boon for insurers; America's 10 brainiest states
A young adult now paying $500 a year for health insurance may pay closer to $4,000 after health reform.
Innovations in financing, delivery of care are needed to close gaps, experts say
4 details you and your congressman need to know about health reform.
But government study also shows uninsured accounted for almost 1 out of 5 ER patients
Complexity of proposals, scale of proposed changes, and cost impacts argue for delay but not deferral.