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Obama Targets Prescription Drug Shortage

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Scientific Case Still Open On 2001 Anthrax Attacks

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Analysis Questions Flu Shot Effectiveness

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Hormones And Metabolism Conspire Against Dieters

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Medicare Open Enrollment Met With Confusion

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Panel Recommends HPV Vaccine For Boys, Too

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President Barack Obama greets people outside the Old Market Deli in Cannon Falls, Minn., on the Aug. 15, during a Midwest bus tour. The same day he said he likes the term "Obamacare."

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