The latest news on insurance
Study finds more done for youths with chest pain who are white and have private coverage
Where you live really does make a difference, report finds
Investing in employee health cuts medical costs and ups productivity, heart experts say
Going without coverage greatly increases mortality, researchers conclude
Study finds they're more likely to go without checkups, preventive counseling
Medical services expected to take up more of the American economy in the future, experts say
But delaying needed care ends up raising health-care costs, study says
Many young people don't pay for it because they mistakenly think it's too expensive.
Exotic insurance offers often aren't worth the price.
Average insurance premiums ranged from $11,000 to over $13,500 for families in 2008, report finds