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Will My High Premiums Go Down? More Q&A About The GOP Health Plan

We're answering more questions about the Republican plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, including what the proposed changes would mean for healthy young people and for taxes.

Hours Tycho
Crooked Railroad New West Guitar Group
The Birds & Bees Tülpa
Grande Cascade René Aubry

Babies exposed to opioids in utero may experience withdrawal symptoms at birth, but these symptoms are treatable. Typically, the babies can go home after a few days or a couple weeks. Getty Images hide caption

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For Newborns Exposed To Opioids, Health Issues May Be The Least Of Their Problems

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Clara Hardy (middle) with her parents, Robert and Chrissy. Clara, who lives in North Carolina, needed expensive surgery and other procedures right after birth to save her life. The family's insurance policy paid most of the cost. Alex Olgin/WFAE hide caption

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GOP Health Bill Could Let Insurers Cap Spending On Expensive Patients

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