When Superstorm Sandy came ashore, Bellevue Hospital was quickly submerged. Inspectors from the Federal Emergency Management Agency marked the flood line in the basement with orange tape or spray paint. In some areas, water was 14 feet deep. Fred Mogul/NPR hide caption

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Bellevue Hospital's Slow Comeback After Superstorm Sandy

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If you're covered by Medicare and win or settle a personal injury case, the battle for compensation isn't over. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Doctors' use of CT head scans for hospitalized patients didn't change when the prices were revealed at the time an order was being made. Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Advances In Trauma Care Coincide With Decrease In Gun Deaths

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Some hospices require patients to have a caregiver at home. But for many families, that's just not an option. Guven Demir/iStockphoto hide caption

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In Syria, Addressing Medical Needs In An Embattled City

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Culture, Politics Still Collide on Roe v. Wade's 40th

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Patient William Wishart, age 4 months, looks on as Dr. Melanie Walker uses a portable computer to enter information from his exam into an electronic medical records system, in North Raleigh, N.C., in November. Chris Seward/MCT /Landov hide caption

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Growing Pains As Doctors' Offices Adopt Electronic Records

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'We Have No Choice': A Story Of The Texas Sonogram Law

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Obama's Plans For Guns Put Focus On Mental Health Of The Young

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When Is It Safe To Go Back To Work After The Flu?

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