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As U.S. Economy Worsened, Vasectomy Rates Rose, Study Finds

Autism Costs Average $17,000 Yearly for Each Child, Study Finds

Autism's Costs Can Run Into Millions for One Person

Big Cigarette Tax Hikes Might Prevent 200 Million Deaths in a Century

Books Reflect the Economic Tone of Their Times

Boost in Docs' Incomes Comes From More Procedures, Not More Patients

Boosting Access to Healthier Grocery Stores Might Not Improve Eating Habits

Cancer Survivors Face Mounting Costs of Continuing Medical Care: Study

Cheaper Food May Be Fueling U.S. Obesity Epidemic

Childhood Mental Disability Rates Up, Study Finds

Children With Jailed Family Members More Likely to Have Poor Health Later

Chronically Ill Americans May Skip Meds to Afford Food

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

Cost of Kidney Donation May Deter the Poor

Curtain Rises Wednesday on 'Obamacare'

Delayed Retirements May Forestall Predicted Nursing Shortage

Despite New Rules, Injuries Still Costly for NHL, Study Finds

Do Harder Working Husbands Have Healthier Wives?

Experts Urge 'Seismic Shift' in Approach to Better U.S. Health Care

Farmers' Market Vouchers May Help Poorer Families Eat Healthier

Feeling in Control? You Might Live Longer

Fewer Americans Overwhelmed by Medical Bills: Report

Fewer Americans Would Smoke If Cessation Treatments Were Covered: CDC

Food Price Hikes May Affect Those With Type 2 Diabetes

Foreclosures May Raise Neighbors' Blood Pressure

Free Clinics Run by Med Students on the Rise

Free Drug Samples for Doctors Might Prove Costly for Patients

Good Grades = Bigger Bucks

Health Insurance May Not Be Affordable for All

Health Reform Differs Across States: Report

Is Technology Creating a World of Sickly Couch Potatoes?

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 College Students Fear Going Hungry at Some Point: Survey

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

Many Iraq-Afghanistan War Vets Struggle to Find Enough Food: Study

Many Parents Learn Online Skills From Their Tech-Savvy Kids

Millions Underinsured in 2012, Reforms Well-Targeted, Report Says

Millions Will Not Have to Pay Obamacare Tax Penalties: Report

More Employers Moving to High-Deductible Health Plans

More Prisons Helping Inmates Enroll in Medicaid at Release: Survey

More Than 1 Million Americans Caring for Injured Veterans: Report

Most Supermarket Coupons Promote Junk Food, Sugary Drinks: Study

Moving Out of Poor Neighborhood May Disrupt Boys' Mental Health: Study

Obese Employees Miss More Work, Study Finds

Old Wood Stoves a Costly Way to Keep Warm, Experts Say

Outreach Program May Help Poorer Smokers Quit

Poor People With Diabetes Much More Likely to Lose a Limb: Study

Poorest Seniors at Risk for Repeat Hospital Stays

Quality of U.S. Diet Improves, Slightly

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 Thwart a Woman's Motherhood Plans Forever: Study

Rising Fresh Produce Prices Tied to Higher Risk of Child Obesity

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

Students' Health Habits Tied to School Success

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

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

Substance-Abuse Treatment Often Tough to Find for Medicaid Patients

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

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

Tonsillectomy Complications May Be More Likely in Poor, Minority Kids

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

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

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

Where Doctors Train May Affect Whether They Practice Expensive Medicine

Your Income Might Influence Your Risk for Certain Cancers