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Half of People With High Blood Pressure Don't Know It

Health Reform Differs Across States: Report

HEALTH REFORM: Exchanges Will Be Cornerstone for Coverage Choices

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Joblessness May Age You, Study Suggests

Lead Exposure Tied to Early Risk of School Suspension

Life Skills, Parenting Classes May Cut Inflammation in Poor Kids

Living in Rich Neighborhood May Fuel Materialism

Lower Obesity Rates Due to Better Diets, Not Economy: Study

Many Americans Don't Receive Preventive Dental Care: Survey

Many College Students Fear Going Hungry at Some Point: Survey

Many Don't Understand Obamacare or Health Insurance, Survey Finds

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Many Parents Learn Online Skills From Their Tech-Savvy Kids

Marriage Beyond Reach of Many Working-Class Americans: Study

Medicaid Paying for More U.S. Births: Study

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Migraines Linked to Changes in Brain Structure

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Millions Will Not Have to Pay Obamacare Tax Penalties: Report

Money Problems Can Compromise Breast Cancer Care

More Deaths Among Older People During Economic Upswings: Study

More Prisons Helping Inmates Enroll in Medicaid at Release: Survey

More Than 1 Million Americans Caring for Injured Veterans: Report

More Wealth May Lead to More Disappointment, Study Finds

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Pay Gap Between Male, Female Doctors Persists, Study Finds

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Poverty May Tax Thinking Skills

Recession Forced Many Families to Seek Medicaid Coverage

Recession Linked to More Than 10,000 Suicides in North America, Europe

Recession Triggered Wave of Health Worries, Study Finds

Recessions May Contribute to Mental Decline Years Later: Study

Rising Fresh Produce Prices Tied to Higher Risk of Child Obesity

Risky Gambling Tied to Social Isolation

Rural Cancer Survivors May Retire Sooner, Get Less Paid Disability

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Single Moms' Job Loss May Have Long Term Impact on Kids

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Students' Health Habits Tied to School Success

Study Spots Growing Disparity in U.S. Teen Obesity Problem

Study Suggests Late-Term Preemies Don't Do as Well in Life

Study: Minimum Pricing for Alcohol Would Affect Poorer, High-Risk Drinkers

Substance-Abuse Treatment Often Tough to Find for Medicaid Patients

Suicides Rose Worldwide After 2008 Economic Crisis: Study

Surgeons' Group Gives Gift of New Hips, Knees to Uninsured

Surgical Complications Greater for Minority Seniors: Study

Switching to Healthier Eating May Cost You More

Those Rocked by Recession Most Likely to Hit the Bottle: Study

Today's Heroin Abusers Often Middle-Class Suburbanites: Study

Too Many Foster Kids With ADHD Treated With Antipsychotic Drugs: Study

Traffic Smog Tied to Hospital Stays for White Kids With Asthma

Truck Drivers Top List of Overweight Workers

Try Talking More to Boost Your Toddler's Vocabulary

U.S. Health Care Lags Behind Other Affluent Countries, Study Finds

U.S. Spends 5 Times More Than U.K. on Antibiotics for Kids: Study

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Wasteful Medicare Spending Topped $1.9 Billion in 1 Year: Study

Wealthier Women More Likely to Use Fertility Services: CDC

When a Parent Dies, What Helps a Child Cope?

When Older Adults Consider Suicide, Depression May Not Be Main Reason

When Times Are Tough, People Cut Down on Doctor Visits

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