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The sign-ups are about 2.7 million higher than what officials project will be enrolled by the end of the year.
Many women heard the CDC's warning about the risks of drinking during pregnancy as patronizing, NBC News reported.
One insurer said its sign-up total last week was 75 percent of that seen during the last major deadline.
Patients in the U.K. will be able to get hand and upper arm transplants on the state, NHS England announced on Friday.
Sunday is the last day to sign up for individual health insurance plans and avoid an Obamacare penalty of $695 or more.
People who don't sign up for insurance by Sunday face a potential penalty of at least $695.
Subsidies are available to people with low or moderate income, and aren't tied to net worth.
A failure to fix the problems could put the Newark, California, lab at risk of being suspended from the Medicare program, the WSJ reported.
People who shopped around and switched plans on HealthCare.gov — which serves 38 states — will pay an average of $43 less in premiums each month.
A project is screening people for past trauma and treating them for it as their chronic physical conditions are also being addressed.
There are now more than 11.5 million signed up for Obamacare plans nationwide.
UnitedHealth reported a 30 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by strength in its Optum pharmacy benefit management business.
About 40 percent of firms that will be required to file new Obamacare tax forms aren't aware of those forms.
Mount Sinai Hospital's CEO told CNBC that while Obamacare survived a repeal attempt, it's locked in a tough game of numbers.
The Obama administration said recently that more than 11 million have signed up for health insurance. Experts see it differently.
The Obama administration is looking to draw in more uninsured customers as open enrollment nears its Jan. 31 deadline.
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Many Obamacare customers pay more than 10 percent of their incomes toward coverage costs, a report found.
This year the healthcare sees double the people under 35 sign up
About 2.1 million people under age 35 have signed up for coverage on HealthCare.gov.
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