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Martha Rigsby has called D.C.'s 911 emergency line thousands of times over three decades. A judge thinks getting her a boyfriend might help her stop.
The Medicaid enrollment rate is 17 percent higher than the average monthly enrollment right before Obamacare started.
This flu season is ramping up earlier than last year's, NBC News reports.
Some commercially produced caramel apples may have caused an outbreak of food poisoning linked to five deaths.
CEO Hans Bishop told CNBC investors are feeling optimistic about immunotherapy and the company's cancer treatments in development.
Europe's top court ruled that obese people can be considered as disabled, meaning they would be covered by an EU law barring discrimination at work.
Federal authorities arrested 14 people related to a Massachusetts pharmacy connected to a deadly 2012 outbreak of fungal meningitis.
A painful and infectious virus is making its rounds among professional hockey players—but why now?
More than 1 million people signed up for insurance plans sold on HealthCare.gov in advance of Monday's deadline for buying insurance taking effect Jan. 1.
Obamacare will shrink the gap between uninsured rates of different racial groups, but expanding Medicaid nationally would shrink the differences more.
Employers report mixed results using the month-old Obamacare marketplace for small businesses called SHOP. Some ask: What's the incentive to enroll?
Monday is the deadline for most Americans to sign up for Obamacare plans that take effect Jan. 1.
A $1.3 billion study that was supposed to track the health of 100,000 kids has been shut down.
So-called Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber has been slapped with a congressional subpoena seeking information on his Obamacare work and income.
The head of Medicare reversed two decisions to halt payments to health providers after being contacted by elected officials, The Wall Street Journal reported.
It's easier to avoid the use-it-or-lose it proposition of flexible spending accounts. Some purchases may benefit your bottom line more than others.
An Obamacare insurer is seeing strong demand for health plans with no co-payments or co-insurance.
Infections resistant to medicine will kill more people per year than cancer, and cost the world $100 trillion annually by 2050, according to a report.
In the battle over which sex is stupider, a group of male researchers may have proven that men win hands down.
Philadelphia's transit agency has filed a lawsuit against Gilead Sciences challenging the "exorbitant pricing" of its hepatitis C drug Sovaldi.
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