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Latest Health_Medical_Pharma Items
The nation’s largest drug store chain, Walgreens, announced it will help customers caught in the Obamacare rock and hard place – those who have prescriptions to fill, but no New Year’s proof of insurance, thanks to the Healthcare.gov boondoggle.
Nene has been coming off the bench due to a minutes restriction. But the Wizards have played well using him as a reserve. So should he return to the starting lineup once fully healthy?
A New York City surgeon who helped save Martin Luther King Jr. from a nearly fatal stab wound in 1958 died of natural causes, according to the city's Health and Hospitals Corporation. He was 95.
Social media is on fire over the fate of the decades-old Barbie doll and the question of her weight: Should she stay thin or grow thicker in the waist?
A California girl declared brain dead after tonsil surgery will remain on life support for at least another week after a state judge on Monday extended a deadline.
President Obama's top health official said Tuesday that 2014 marks a "new day in health care for millions of Americans," with more than 2 million people having enrolled in a private plan as of Saturday and nearly 4 million finding out they're eligible for Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program through the end of November.
The Obama administration says more than 1 million people have signed up for private insurance through the federal marketplace, a December-heavy surge in enrollment following the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov that began in October and bled into November.
There was no excuse for Congress and the president not to understand the fundamental flaws of "Obamacare." There were warnings — some as early as before the 2008 election.
Well, this is certainly good news for New Year's revelers. Seems drinking alcohol — in moderation, of course — actually boosts the immune system.