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Prognosis: Unclear

Amid reports of an overall surge of enrollment in affordable healthcare plans, advocates for uninsured African-Americans are eager to evaluate the results of a new round of Black community ...

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Medicare Primer 101

If your 65th birthday is around the corner or you're anxious about the Medicare open enrollment period (closing Dec. 7), it's a good time to start focusing on your options. ...

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Do You Have COPD?

In 2011, 12.7 million Americans were estimated to have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). What’s even more alarming is the fact that another 12 million people ...

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Fainting: How Serious Is It?

Whether you call it passing out or having “a spell,” fainting is an unexpected scare that will happen to nearly one in three people at least once in their life. Although it’s common and people usually regain ...

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