The schedule for signing up insurance companies has been delayed in the latest holdup for the Affordable Care Act.
Powder from the pulverized insects is highly valued in traditional Chinese medicine, leading some entrepreneurs to begin breeding them.
They provide care for a fifth of America's population, but their numbers are dwindling, due mostly to funding issues.
He vows to maintain workers' hours and benefits, saying some companies are using the law as an excuse.
The new law requires pharmaceutical companies to publicly disclose dollars they've given to physicians.
A tiny pilot study finds certain brands are more often consumed by those who need emergency treatment.
Analysts say such reductions are part of a larger business trend to trim employee costs overall, and health care is a big target.
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