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Supreme Court justices asked some pointed questions for the lawyer whose clients want to undo billions of dollars of aid for HealthCare.gov customers.
Constant vigilance is the method the Florida Keys has used to ward off mosquito-borne illnesses, but new methods may be on the horizon.
The drugmaker's new policies prohibit the direct-to-prison sales of two of its drugs used in executions.
The latest Obamacare case before the Supreme Court is forcing justices to decide just how big a mess they are willing to create.
The head of the Health and Human Services Department will be at the Supreme Court for make-or-break arguments over a serious challenge to Obamacare.
A new study titled "Am I Normal?" published Tuesday in the British Journal of Urology reveals the answer to a common question. NBC reports.
Republicans could be viewed unfavorably if HealthCare.gov subsidies were ruled illegal by the Supreme Court, a poll found.
A major Supreme Court case that threatens to remove financial aid for most HealthCare.gov customers could affect hospitals' bottom lines.
In the Nasdaq composite, financial, consumer services and health-care sectors have seen their weightings more than double.
In the next few months, posts showing suicidal thoughts can be flagged by a friend, and Facebook will be alerted. NBC News reports.
Most HealthCare.gov customers would have to pay 255 percent more, on average, for Obamacare plans if the Supreme Court takes away their subsidies.
South Korea's highest court struck down a decades-old law banning adultery, sending shares in the country's biggest condom maker surging.
Among existing HealthCare.gov customers, 1.2 million opted for new plans this year, officials said Wednesday.
Economic costs links to depression rose to $210.5 billion annually in 2010, a 21 percent increase from 2005, spurred partly by the 2008 recession.
A audit found "questionable billing practices" by economist Jonathan Gruber, who was consulting on a revamp of Vermont's health-care system.
Britain will become the first nation to legalize a "three-parent" IVF technique, which doctors say can prevent some inherited incurable diseases.
Enrollment in Medicaid continued a strong upswing as the uninsured rate reached a record low, according two new reports.
Sen. Orrin Hatch says he will announce a plan to deal with the potential loss of billions of dollars of Obamacare aid for millions of people.
Llamas appear to be immune to AIDS and HIV, giving scientists hope for developing a vaccine or treatment. Global Post reports.
In many households, women now earn the bigger paycheck, work longer hours and have greater opportunities for career advancement.
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