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Harvard researchers report on impact of health insurance in youths' disease management
Love skydiving or mountain climbing? Such thrill-seeking pastimes can cost you more than you think.
It's a new world for health care, so old antitrust solutions no longer work.
Risky rider behavior and passenger fatalities have lessened, but texting and speeding remain deadly habits, report says
Prices varied four-fold between pharmacies, and there are ways shoppers can save big bucks, experts say
Common symptoms are difficult to diagnose as mild or serious at first, researchers explain
Another way to pose the question: Do you want to sink or swim?
Agency estimates that 105 million received the benefit in 2011 and 2012
State marketplaces may offer more refined choices, but either vehicle should work, experts say
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