Customers enter a Hobby Lobby store in Antioch, Calif., this past spring. The Supreme Court is ruling on the crafts store chain's resistance to portions of the Affordable Care Act. The store's owners cite their religious freedom. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Online Psychotherapy Gains Fans And Raises Privacy Concerns

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Amish show up at a makeshift clinic to get vaccinated against the measles. There's been an outbreak of measles among the Amish in central Ohio. Sarah Jane Tribble/Sarah Jane Tribble hide caption

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Measles Outbreak In Ohio Leads Amish To Reconsider Vaccines

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Pharmaceutical Companies Accuse Hospitals Of Misusing Discounts

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Are Life Spans Getting Longer? It Depends On How Wealthy You Are

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Dorothea Handron suffered an infection after a surgeon unknowingly pierced her bowel during a hernia operation. She became so ill that doctors placed her in a medically induced coma for six weeks. Jim R. Bounds/AP Images for Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Hospitals To Pay Big Fines For Infections, Avoidable Injuries

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Dave Pomeranz, Ryan McGarry and William Mallon are some of the real-life ER doctors depicted in Code Black. Long Shot Release 2014 hide caption

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Saving Lives And Surviving Paperwork Inside The LA County ER

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Reid Kennedy, materials manager at San Francisco General Hospital, stands next to racks of saline solution. He has had to carefully manage the hospital's supply of saline during this shortage. Mark Andrew Boyer/KQED hide caption

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Shortage Of Saline Solution Has Hospitals On Edge

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Shape-Up And Checkup: LA Barbers To Start Testing Blood Pressure

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