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New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Health_Medical_Pharma
Marking the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook school massacre, the White House will announce a $100 million initiative Tuesday to increase access to mental-health services.
Officials at California's struggling health care exchange have a suggestion for parents trying to decide what to buy their adult children for the holidays: How about Obamacare?
The Obama administration's all-out public relations push to sell its health care reform law increasingly is targeting individual governors, who will bear much of the blame, the White House says, if millions of poor Americans remain uninsured.
To witness the end of the embryonic stem-cell hoax, just follow the money ("Pro-lifers hail shift in stem-cell funding," Dec. 4). Both Maryland and California were leaders in embryonic stem-cell research, but have dramatically reduced funding for this immoral research that kills a new human being in favor of the perfectly moral adult stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells.
Dr. Ezekiel J. Emanuel, a bioethicist and architect of President Obama's health care law, offered a somewhat novel explanation for Mr. Obama's now-debunked promise that if people liked their doctors and health insurance plans, they could keep them under the law.
President Obama is bringing a former top aide with deep ties to Congress back to the White House to help get his health care overhaul back on track after a bungled rollout.
Up to 35,000 headstones at Arlington National Cemetery may go without wreaths this year, because the money that's normally spent to honor the veterans who were buried at this graveyard has been diverted to other spots around the nation.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed 175 cases of measles so far this year, a significant spike that’s attributed largely to the failure of those infected to get vaccinated, medical professionals said.
The Obama administration said up to one in four of the forms that transmitted enrollment data from the federal Obamacare exchange to insurers may have contained errors in October and November, according to a preliminary review.
CNBC's Larry Kudlow interviewed Emily Miller about Obamacare resulting in more people losing their health insurance plans than uninsured enrolling in the exchanges. They also discussed how the elderly can't keep their doctors because the Affordable Care Act raids $700 billion from Medicare, and young people not signing up Obamacare.
EXCLUSIVE: The Washington Times has learned just 101 members of the House of Representatives have enrolled in the Washington, D.C. health care exchange. The deadline to sign up is Monday.
A federal advisory panel on blood-donor policies voted Thursday to ask the government to put a new surveillance system in place as a steppingstone to permitting some gay and bisexual men to give blood.
The Defense Department and the Veterans Affairs Department are moving too slowly to integrate medical records into a system that would speed up treatment for veterans, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Wednesday.
Forget the anti-viral drugs. Doctors say they may very well have discovered a new and more successful treatment for HIV-positive patients – flooding the body with powerful bursts of radiation that weaken and kill infected white blood cells.
Two independent studies show prayerful people can better control their emotions and have better outcomes in psychiatric treatment.