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Health Law Hardly At Fault For Rising Premiums

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Health Experts Keep Close Eye On Cholera In Haiti

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Measuring A Country's Health By Its Height

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Once-Paralyzed Player Circles Back To Aid The Injured

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Children await treatment at a medical facility in St. Marc, northern Haiti, amid a cholera epidemic that has claimed more than 100 lives and infected more than 1,000 people over the past few days. Thony Belizaire/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Officials Race To Contain Cholera Outbreak In Haiti

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How To Win Doctors And Influence Prescriptions

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