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Trump Administration Rolls Out New Obamacare Rules
Enrollment period for 2018 will be shorter, plus new restrictions on joining plans after...
- Posted February 15, 2017
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Autism more often diagnosed among children in higher-income families, study finds
- Posted February 14, 2017
What’s Next for the Obamacare Insurance Exchanges?
Trump administration draft regulation reportedly could raise rates for older adults, shorten open enrollment...
- Posted February 10, 2017
U.S. Legislation Boosted Access to Autism Services, With No Added Cost to Families
Findings show 2008 federal 'parity' law is having desired effect, researchers say
- Posted February 7, 2017
10,000 U.S. Seniors Die Within Week of ER Discharge Every Year: Study
May be due to gaps in medical knowledge about which patients need more attention,...
- Posted February 2, 2017
Ads for Obamacare Pulled by Trump Administration
Federal health officials say it's a cost-cutting measure; next enrollment deadline is Jan....
- Posted January 27, 2017
Risk of Death Due to Birth Defects Higher If Baby Covered by Medicaid
Researchers call for better efforts to reduce such tragedies, regardless of family's insurance status
- Posted January 26, 2017