Trustees: Medicare Funds Will Be Depleted By 2017

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The Trials Of Paying For Health Care In A Recession

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Getting Doctors Talking Key To Health Care Fix

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46 Million Uninsured: A Look Behind The Number

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Sen. Cardin Feels Heat On Health Care

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Critic: Consumers Don't Drive Health Care Prices

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Mass Medical Clinic's Sobering Message

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Jody Hall, the owner of Cupcake Royale in Seattle, is struggling to pay for escalating health insurance premiums for her employees. She supports a proposal to create an insurance plan offered by the federal government. Courtesy of Cupcake Royale hide caption

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Health Care Costs Measured In Cupcakes

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Teddy Roosevelt accepts the presidential nomination at the Progressive Party convention in Chicago on August 6, 1912. hide caption

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