Here are likely consequences for 5 key groups from the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act decision. The ruling will impact 2 of those groups more than the others.
As a result of the Supreme Court's decision, the individual mandate stands, and insurance companies will be required to sell coverage to everyone, regardless of medical history.
Millions of people will be getting a rebate from their health insurers, unless the U.S. Supreme Court decides otherwise.
The Supreme Court will soon issue a decision on the Affordable Care Act. What happens if part -- or all -- of the law is struck down?
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A new study indicates that workers who exercise make more than those who don't -- and not just because they're more disciplined.
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