A snippet of the data ProPublica obtained from the federal government about Medicare Part D, the prescription drug benefit for seniors. ProPublica hide caption

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Looks good. But maybe this time I'll stop at one. Kjersti Magnussen /Flickr hide caption

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Almost half of high-schoolers have had sexual intercourse, but teens almost never ask their doctors about sexual health. Nicole Young/iStockphoto hide caption

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British pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline is pledging to revamp its relationships with doctors. Sang Tan/AP hide caption

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Dr. Tim Ihrig, a palliative care physician, treats Augie Avelleyra, 93, at his home in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Courtesy of Paula Avelleyra hide caption

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Susan Shargel, an insurance broker in San Francisco, says she's seeing health insurance plans offer fewer doctor and hospital options. Pauline Bartolone hide caption

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An anatomical drawing shows the ligaments on the outside surface of the knee. The anterolateral ligament connects the thigh bone to the shinbone. Courtesy of University Hospitals Leuven hide caption

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New York University's Langone Medical Center in New York City is considered in-network for relatively few of the health plans offered in the state marketplace. Glen Argov/Landov hide caption

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