If your insurance comes from your employer, expect some painful changes related to Obamacare. Companies will pay a steep price for offering 'Cadillac' plans.
All income classes are laden with pollutants, but the folks who eat sushi are ingesting far different chemicals than poorer chain smokers.
Even Americans with pre-existing conditions don't know if they'll purchase insurance under the new law, a survey finds.
While the Northeast supermarket chain is cutting benefits ahead of Obamacare, it's also putting cash into clinics and classes for all employees.
Your insurer may have a pricing tool that can help -- and you may be surprised at how your choices and requests can affect the final bill, even when you're dealing with emergency care.
The draconian fee is targeted at high-cost health insurance plans, but unions are balking at reducing benefits. The result may be job losses.
A shortage of primary-care physicians may push patients toward other health care professionals who can provide similar services.
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