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New York Times

Millions of Children Could Lose Health Coverage Starting Next Month
New York Times
Lawmakers have yet to renew federal funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program, also known as CHIP, which insures nearly nine million children in low-income families. Most states will run out of money in the next few months if Congress does ...
With no deal on children's health plan, US states scramble for Plan BReuters
States Prepare to Trim Children's Health Coverage as Funds DwindleU.S. News & World Report
Wisconsin Dems Argue GOP Put Tax Reform Ahead Of Children's Health CoverageWisconsin Public Radio News
Chicago Tribune
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NBCNews.com

Tax bill kills health insurance mandate. Who will pay more? - NBC ...
NBCNews.com
The tax bill being considered in Congress kills the individual mandate - the unpopular Obamacare provision that required everyone to buy health insurance.
Health groups call on states to override Trump ObamaCare orderThe Hill
Strong Demand for Health Insurance as Deadline LoomsNew York Times
The Health 202: Obamacare enrollment sprints toward the finish lineWashington Post

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PBS NewsHour

How will the tax bill impact health care? 5 experts weigh in
PBS NewsHour
As House and Senate negotiators put the finishing touches on their tax plan, one thing is clear: the legislation will likely have a big impact on health care. The tax bill could repeal the individual mandate — a centerpiece of the Affordable Care Act ...

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Business Insider

Oscar Health is making a big bet on personalized care that people traditionally spend as much as $40000 on
Business Insider
Oscar Health, the $2.7 billion health insurance startup, wants to have all of its members using concierge medical care in 2018. The plan to create 'Concierge for All' relies on teams of doctors and other healthcare professionals who work with Oscar to ...

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NJ.com

Your health is slipping, Jersey. Here are some reasons why.
NJ.com
Too many New Jerseyans are sleep-deprived couch potatoes — and their government doesn't spend enough on keeping them healthy. Those are a few factors that caused the Garden State to drop out of the top ten ranking of healthiest states in the nation ...



PEOPLE.com

Maria Menounos Says Bullying & 'Toxicity' at Work Affected Her Health
PEOPLE.com
Maria Menounos understands firsthand the effects that bullying and toxicity in the workforce can have on one's health. In February, the TV and Sirius XM radio host started experiencing troubling symptoms. An MRI revealed she had a golf-ball-size ...

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NPR

Consumers Hunting For Health Insurance Find High Prices — And Some Great Deals
NPR
This post was updated Dec. 14 at 9:30 a.m. to note that Maryland extended enrollment until Dec. 22. Gene Kern, 63, retired early from Fujifilm, where he sold professional videotape. "When the product became obsolete, so did I," he says, "and that's why ...

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California lawmakers propose health coverage for immigrants
ABC News
California, flush with cash from an expanding economy, would eventually spend $1 billion a year to provide health care to immigrants living in the state illegally under a proposal announced Wednesday by Democratic lawmakers. The proposal would ...

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PBS NewsHour

Fighting the public health threat of counterfeit drugs
PBS NewsHour
Fake pharmaceuticals are a multi-billion dollar problem around the world. Made and packaged to look like the real deal, these phonies may contain a fraction of the active ingredients or none at all. these fake drugs can have serious consequences in ...

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NPR

What Are The Two Health Bills Sen. Susan Collins Wants Congress To Act On?
NPR
Inside the latest version of the Republicans' tax bill, the one hammered out by the Senate and the House, is a provision on health care. It amounts to a repeal of the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate, something that could undermine the health ...

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