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Too many choices, confusing options are roadblocks to smartest decision, report says
2 'unconventional' blood workups might also point out trouble, experts say
Many are skipping medical, dental visits because of financial concerns
Level of 'connectedness' could help explain disparities in care, experts suggest
Newly unemployed women are heading to clinics for Pap smears, contraception, even cholesterol tests.
As more people lose their jobs and health insurance, they're turning to federal programs such as Medicaid, report says
Public, private coalition hopes to meet weight-linked healthcare needs of 6.2 million kids
Admissions for patients without coverage have jumped a third since 1997, study shows
CDC annual report on nation's health focuses on those aged 18 to 29
Majorities approve of such initiatives as Medicare-negotiated drug pricing or a 'national health insurance exchange'