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Women who work irregular shifts appear more likely to suffer from reproductive health issues.
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Seniors with long-term care coverage, which Obamacare doesn't touch, are getting a double whammy of premium hikes and benefit cuts.
The US by far leads the world in maternity expenses even as new mothers and babies die at alarming rates.
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