President Obama will visit Milwaukee in the coming weeks to celebrate its winning effort in a tourney to see which city could drive its uninsured population into the Obamacare marketplace, the White House said Friday.
Evidence that the Zika virus causes serious birth defects is growing stronger by the day, the head of the Centers for Disease Control said Thursday as he lobbied Congress to approve President Obama’s $1.8 billion request to the fight the rapidly spreading disease at home and abroad.
Our love for chocolate dates back to the Mesoamerican era, 3,500 years ago. Fast forward 2,000 years, chocolate houses opened throughout Europe and served as social clubs and meeting places for the elite. And today, it remains a prized love food of Valentine’s Day for everyone — and even throughout the year.
The U.S. Olympic Committee will hire two infectious disease specialists to advise potential Olympians who are worried about the Zika outbreak in Brazil.
Speaker Paul D. Ryan has instructed his health care task force to “go big and go bold” in its push to replace Obamacare with a clear GOP alternative for voters this year — preferably before Congress breaks this summer for the 2016 party conventions, a powerful House Republican said Wednesday.