Newly minted doctors are graduating with record levels of debt, including the son of Fed chief Ben Bernanke.
Bernie Marcus, who co-founded Home Depot in 1979, says the massive health care insurance overhaul will 'kill off small business.'
Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline are offering fewer paid speeches and free dinners, which is good news for patients and taxpayers.
Health care advocates hope a hike would prompt smokers to quit, while opponents say it would place too heavy a burden on the poor.
More than 8.8 million US workers now collect the benefits, a sixfold jump since 1970 that cost the government $135 billion last year.
Forecasters predict an above-average number of Atlantic storms. Too bad agencies like FEMA are going into 2013 short on funding.
The CDC says many poor and uninsured people fail to take medication, leading to ER visits. One-fifth of all patients ask for cheaper drugs.
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