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Congress is moving toward repealing the Affordable Care Act, but so far has not produced a firm replacement plan for the law.
Here are the four countries with the best health care in the world, according to International Living magazine. Can you guess what they are?
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., opposes the Affordable Care Act, but 84 percent of people in her poll opposed its repeal.
Schumer, a Democrat from New York, likened the Republicans to "the dog who caught the bus."
Republicans have had practice passing a repeal of Obamacare before but this time it's serious and the hurdles are real, NBC News reports.
One of the world’s richest men is worried that too much regulation will stop the world from controlling a major flu outbreak.
Soon, a single flu shot-like injection at the doctor's office once every two months could help prevent HIV. NBCNews reports.
The FDA outlined how medical device manufacturers should ward off cyberattacks, but didn't include plans for enforcement
So-called "superbugs" "threaten the achievements of modern medicine," according to the World Health Organization.
A mere 20 conditions appear responsible for over half of all medical expenditures in the United States.
About 30 million people stand to lose health coverage if Obamacare is repealed without a replacement.
The uniforms, introduced in September, are causing a variety of issues, including "eye swelling, rashes, skin blistering," reports NBC News.
The effort echoes a similar ad-hoc project to copy climate change data before Trump becomes president.
NHS England has announced that it is to provide funding for more testing of Argus II, otherwise known as the 'bionic eye'.
Poultry sales have been halted in the Siming district of Xiamen, where a man was diagnosed with H7N9 avian flu.
Nine states saw 10 to 13 percentage-point reductions in their adult uninsured rate from 2013 to 2015, according to the Commonwealth Fund.
To fix Obamacare, Trump and the GOP need to change one practice that drives up costs, says consultant Rita Numerof.
A trial has shown that a non-surgical method of treatment for low-risk prostate cancer can kill cancer cells and preserve healthy tissue.
Virginia is the latest state to roll out tax-advantaged ABLE accounts for individuals with disabilities and their families.
So many people visited the federal government website that the administration extended the deadline until early next week, NBC News reports.