Decades Later, Drugs Didn't Hold 'Crack Babies' Back

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New Health Exchanges: What You Need To Know

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Laura Molina, 9, shows the mask she created expressing the feeling of "sadness." Her mother is being treated for breast cancer at the Lyndon B. Johnson public hospital in Houston. Carrie Feibel/KUHF hide caption

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Parents Grapple With Explaining Cancer To Children

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Employees at a Papa John's in New Hyde Park, N.Y., make pizzas in 2012. Restaurant employees have been a focus of debate on Obamacare coverage. Kathy Kmonicek/Invision/AP hide caption

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Will Obamacare Mean Fewer Jobs? Depends On Whom You Ask

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Pfizer Announces It's Splitting Up Its Drug Business

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Montana opened the first government-run medical clinic for state employees last fall. A year later, the state says the clinic is already saving money. Dan Boyce for NPR hide caption

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Montana's State-Run Free Clinic Sees Early Success

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Some images of lung cancer are clear cut. But in many others, a nodule on the screen turns out not to be cancer at all. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Panel Urges Lung Cancer Screening For Millions Of Americans

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Volunteer Tammy Spencer goes door to door in Boca Raton., Fla., on July 27 to spread the word on the state's health exchange. Phil Galewitz/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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High-Deductible Health Plans, Gamble For Some, On The Rise

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Should Congress Stop 'Drawing Lines In The Sand'?

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Margaret Battin's husband, Brooke Hopkins, was left quadriplegic after he collided with an oncoming bicycle while cycling down a hill in Salt Lake City. Courtesy of The New York Times hide caption

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For Bioethicist With Ailing Spouse, End-Of-Life Issues Hit Home

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The California Tortilla chain is one company still deciding how to react to the new health care requirements for business, set to take effect next year. John Ydstie/NPR hide caption

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Full-Time Vs. Part-Time Workers: Restaurants Weigh Obamacare

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At the Baltimore Green House, every resident has a private room that's close to the common areas, shown here. Courtesy of Catholic Charities hide caption

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Move Over Nursing Homes — There's Something Different

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Homer Bell's family: sister Laura Bell (from left), sister Regina Bell, mother Rosalind Scott and stepfather Jack Wilcox. Jeff Cohen/WNPR hide caption

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How A Family Copes With Schizophrenia And Suicide

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