A large number of Americans don't realize that the Affordable Care Act is still the law of the land and will require everyone to have health insurance next year.
In another inauspicious sign, the president says his massive Affordable Care Act will face a rocky rollout.
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New research shows government spending cuts have dire health effects. Welcome to malaria outbreaks and a rise in HIV infections.
The Florida theme park pressured state lawmakers to vote against allowing local governments to set their own wage, benefits and sick-time laws.
A court says companies can terminate employees for legal medical or recreational marijuana use because it remains illegal under federal law.
Nearly half of working-age Americans are avoiding doctors or skipping medications because of the spiraling expense.
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