Utah has the lowest smoking rate for people with mental illness, while West Virginia has the highest, according to a new study.
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The Congressional Budget Office says new taxes and spending cuts bridge the divide but may hinder economic growth.
Your adjusted gross income for 2012 could have a profound impact on how much you pay for health insurance next year if you don't get coverage through your workplace or a government program.
Sales of disinfectant wipes and bleach are on the rise while Americans battle norovirus and other germs.
More than 20% of people who apply for individual or family health insurance plans are rejected. In 2 states, the rate is 40% or above.
Some employers are ignoring the law and sticking employees who have unfavorable health scores with higher premiums.
The actor returns to television for a new show that pulls material from his own life, including his struggles with Parkinson's disease. Networks battled for rights to the show -- and its advertising potential.
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Even when they have a plan for their refund check from Uncle Sam, Americans often don't realize how they actually spend the windfall.
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