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Access to Doctors Eases in Michigan After Obamacare

Almost 1 Million Signed Up for Obamacare After Open Enrollment

Almost 17 Million Gained Coverage Under Obamacare

Alzheimer's Cases Expected to Double by 2050, Researchers Say

Antibiotics Myths Still Common Among Parents

Antipsychotic Drugs Will Become More Affordable, Study Predicts

Child Medicaid Recipients Become Healthy, Productive Adults: Study

Computer-Aided Mammograms May Not Be Worth the Cost: Study

Cost of Job-Based Health Insurance Outpaces Family Income: Report

CT Scans for Lung Cancer Turn Up Few False-Positives: Study

Deaths From High Blood Pressure Should Plummet Under 'Obamacare': Study

Fewer Americans Burdened by Medical Bills: Study

Health Care Access Improves With Expansion of 'Obamacare': CDC

Infection Most Likely Cause of Hospital Readmission After Surgery

Insured Americans Up to 3 Times Likelier to Get Preventive Care: CDC

Kids' Hemophilia Drugs a Big Part of State Medicaid Spending

Low-Income Adults Favor Medicaid Expansion, Survey Finds

Medicaid Expansion Spotted Many Undiagnosed Diabetes Cases

Medical Costs Hit Residents of Texas, Florida Especially Hard, Study Finds

Millions of Americans Reaping Benefits of Affordable Care Act: Study

More Americans Getting Needed Health Care, Survey Shows

More Kids Using ERs for Medical Care, Researchers Say

Number of Uninsured Adults Decreasing Under Obamacare

Obamacare Won't Swamp Doctors, Study Contends

Obamacare's Payments to Doctors Widens Access for Medicaid Patients: Study

Painkiller Overdoses Often Involve 'Pharmacy Shopping'

Privately Insured Brain Tumor Patients May Fare Better

Sharp Drop in Uninsured Texans Since Obamacare Rollout: Survey

Social Factors Affect Leukemia Survival

Some Newly Insured Under 'Obamacare' May Have Trouble Finding Doctors

Some 'Safety Net' Health Clinics See Drop in Uninsured Visits Under Obamacare

Time to Enroll, or Re-Enroll, in an 'Obamacare' Health Plan

U.S. Dialysis Patients Increasingly Live in Poor Areas

U.S. Ranks Last Among Wealthy Nations in Access to Health Care

Uninsured May Face Much Higher Charges for Cancer Drugs