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By 2019, the number of people without insurance would be nearly 59 million, with an uninsured rate of 21 percent, a new analysis says.
The nation's health insurers on Tuesday publicly outlined for the first time what the industry wants to stay in the state marketplaces. NYT reports.
Health-care stocks haven't gotten the green light many expected from Hillary Clinton's election loss.
Ryan and his House GOP colleagues have tried numerous times to repeal the law but were never able to during Obama's tenure.
Researchers have found a functional link between gut bacteria and Parkinson's disease.
Kenneth Frazier, the CEO of pharmaceutical giant Merck, says Trump's call to revamp Obamacare could prove useful.
Shares of Bluebird were up more than 24 percent in premarket trade Thursday.
Scientists are taking a new approach to the riddle of preterm birth, which kills 1 million babies globally each year.
One woman explains how the President-elect's actions on Obamacare could actually threaten her life.
Philip Morris International launched its alternative product IQOS in Britain.
In the likely repeal of the Affordable Care Act, these health-care stocks should perform well, according to some analysts.
Everyone from government to independent foundations are funding microbiome research. Why bacteria's DNA is garnering so much attention.
UnitedHealth said it expected to earn between $9.30 and $9.60 per share in 2017, excluding items.
President-elect Donald Trump will choose Georgia Rep. Tom Price to head the Department of Health and Human Services, a source told NBC News.
Overturning Obamacare without plunging the health system into chaos may be easier said than done.
Health spending on privately insured people rose 4.6 percent, with much of the increase coming from prescription drugs and medical services.
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