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Topic - Health_Medical_Pharma
New Mexico has decided to use the federal HealthCare.gov website for another year instead of shifting to its own platform to enroll people in Obamacare plans, a new report said.
Rep. Elijah Cummings wants to know why some Republican governors have expanded Medicaid while others remain adamantly opposed to the key pillar of Obamacare.
Four out of every 10 uninsured Americans live in states that have chosen not to expand Medicaid under Obamacare and have incomes below the threshold for gaining the state-federal health benefits under President Obama's reforms.
Hoping to spread good news about Medicare into a second day, the Obama administration said Tuesday that seniors and the disabled have saved $11.5 billion on prescriptions since the health care law passed in 2010.
Like many Americans, you probably think it's up to you to determine how healthy your diet is.
House and Senate negotiators announced a $17 billion deal Monday to begin fixing the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs health care system
A Veterans Affairs medical center in Tennessee recently experienced power outages that delayed care and posed safety risks for patients and staff, contract documents show.
The fist bump is rapidly becoming the greeting of choice for those wary of germs and the risk of contagion from shaking hands in traditional fashion.
An American doctor infected with the deadly Ebola disease received intensive treatment Sunday in West Africa and was in stable condition, talking to his medical team and working on his computer, a spokeswoman for an aid group said.
The House and Senate's top negotiators reached a tentative deal on legislation to fix the Veterans Affairs Department health care system and are expected to announce the details Monday afternoon.
Veterans are twice as likely to have difficulty scheduling a mental health appointment at the VA versus those seeking care at a non-VA provider, a survey of recent veterans found.
If their goal is to fight obesity, perhaps residents of San Francisco and Berkeley, Calif., should place a huge tax on marijuana, since the drug is known to make people hungry.
Future U.S. Army soldiers sent into combat may have a brand new tool at their disposal: the pocket drone.
Lawmakers questioned Thursday morning how the Department of Veterans Affairs could ask for more than $17 billion in emergency funding, but only provide a handful of pages to describe how the money would be spent.
Negotiations on the VA reform bill imploded Thursday morning as House negotiators planned to introduce their own bill rather than work with senators in a conference committee.