More people are paying out of pocket for health care. But a new study shows it's nearly impossible to find out in advance what a treatment will cost.
Most people will pay an extra $3.50 a month, rather than the expected $10.20.
Medicare's open-enrollment period started this month. Select the plan that's right for you in 2012.
A new rule is making these accounts less easy to use, say experts, but workers may still want to sign up.
Under the health care law, annual 'preventive care' is supposed to be free. I got a bill for $730.
The presence of E. coli on so many mobile phones suggests people aren't washing their hands with soap when they ought to.
If you're one of the 50 million Americans without coverage, you still have some access to affordable care.
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