Medical theft is on the rise, and its consequences can result in health problems as well as financial ones. What's a consumer to do?
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An unexpectedly huge demand, technical glitches, the complex subject matter -- there were lots of reasons why the Affordable Health Care Act's launch was rocky.
The law aims to discourage tobacco use with a surcharge. Critics say that will fall most heavily on the people who can least afford it.
Forgetting to add a spouse as a beneficiary or not disclosing your bad credit, among other missteps, can create financial and marital tension.
If your insurance comes from your employer, expect some painful changes related to Obamacare. Companies will pay a steep price for offering 'Cadillac' plans.
Even Americans with pre-existing conditions don't know if they'll purchase insurance under the new law, a survey finds.
Health reform has been implemented in stages, and we're nearing some key deadlines. Here are some important dates and what they mean, particularly for the uninsured.
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