Branding Health Care Exchanges To Make The Sale

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It will take a bigger money pile to pay for your health insurance again. Andrei Tchernov/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Romney's Medicaid Remarks On '60 Minutes' Raise Eyebrows

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Mount Sinai Medical student Demetri Blanas wants to specialize in family medicine. It is a new specialty offered by his medical school. Jenny Gold/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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The Next Frontier For Elite Med Schools: Primary Care

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Fact-Checking Obama And Ryan Speeches To AARP

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Can Government Bans Tackle Obesity?

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Surgeons transplant a kidney in 8-year-old Sarah Dickman at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta in 2008. The proposed changes in the transplant list attempt to maximize kidney life in young patients. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Who's Next In Line For A Kidney Transplant? The Answer Is Changing

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Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, seen at a news conference in early 2011 before he took office, promised to file a lawsuit soon after he was sworn in. He did. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Insurance Companies Send Out Rebate Checks; Economists Get Nervous

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Hospitals Fight To Stop Superbugs' Spread

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Medicaid Helps Washington, D.C., Clinic Care For Ex-Prisoners

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