The Changing Politics Of Health Care

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It's unlikely that July patients are paying for residents' inexperience with their lives. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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"Only the hand can tell where it's tender, where the patient winces." — Abraham Verghese James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Is The Human Hand Our Best Technology?

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Rates for female applicants could be up to 40 percent higher under Genworth Financial's new pricing policy. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad speaks during a panel discussion at the National Governors Association 2013 Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Governors' D.C. Summit Dominated By Medicaid And The Sequester

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This Year's Flu Vaccine Falters In Protecting Elderly

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Plan B is one of two emergency contraceptives available in the U.S. UPI/Landov hide caption

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Morning-After Pills Don't Cause Abortion, Studies Say

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Fla. Gov. Scott Reverses Medicaid Decision

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott, long a foe of the administration's health overhaul, reversed course and agree to accept federal funds to expand Medicaid in the state. J Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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