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- 06/02/17--10:08: _Fertility preservat...
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- 06/20/17--09:23: _18 percent increase...
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- 06/23/17--00:36: _How the Senate heal...
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- 05/04/17--11:27: Republican plan to replace Obamacare: what's new in it?
- 05/05/17--00:19: Experts: Those already sick still face coverage problems
- 05/23/17--04:50: Americans show strong support for mental health coverage
- 06/06/17--13:56: 4 in 10 job-based health plans in U.S. are now 'high-deductible'
- 06/20/17--09:23: 18 percent increase projected in primary care demand by 2023
- 06/23/17--00:36: How the Senate health bill compares to House, 'Obamacare'
- 06/23/17--08:42: 1991-2014 saw minimal change in health spending per state
The House of Representatives votes Thursday on revived legislation endorsed by US President Donald Trump that replaces his predecessor's health care reforms.
The Republican push to replace the Affordable Care Act was revived this week in Congress by a small change to their plan designed to combat concerns over coverage for those with pre-existing health problems.
Americans, both Republicans and Democrats, overwhelmingly feel that insurance should cover mental health. Seventy-seven percent of all Americans said private health insurance offered through an employer or union should cover mental health, including 76 percent of Democrats and 81 percent of Republicans. This is according to a new national poll released today by the American Psychiatric Association.
Cancer—the second leading cause of death in the United States—claims more than 600,000 lives each year.
Children with differences of sex development (DSD) are born with reproductive organs that are not typically male or female. They may face infertility from abnormal development of testes or ovaries, and in some patients these organs are surgically removed to prevent an increased risk of germ cell cancer. With advancing techniques, however, children with DSD may be able to preserve their fertility for the future. This potential also presents important ethical issues, which are examined in an article published in the Journal of the Endocrine Society.
(HealthDay)—High-deductible health plans are gaining ground among U.S. adults with employer-sponsored health insurance coverage. But too often, enrollees say high out-of-pocket costs are causing them to skip or delay needed medical care, a new government report finds.
(HealthDay)—The demand for primary care physicians is projected to increase 18.0 percent between 2013 and 2023, according to a May report published by the Congressional Budget Office.
There is strong evidence that expanding health insurance increases access to care, improves health in a variety of ways, and reduces mortality, according to Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers who analyzed a decade's worth of evidence on the effects of insurance coverage on health.
The Senate Republican health care bill would guarantee immediate assistance for insurance markets that are struggling in many states. Yet overall it would do the same thing as its House counterpart: less federal money for health insurance and a greater likelihood that more Americans will be uninsured.
(HealthDay)—From 1991 to 2014 there was minimal change in health spending by state, according to a study published online June 14 in Health Affairs.