A new study says 84 million Americans lacked adequate health insurance for at least part of 2012.
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The Food and Drug Administration is interested in how products with caffeine added in — like caffeinated gum — affect children and adolescents.
An exchange between physician and patient says a lot about how we treat the subject of our health.
Postcards and letters offering free plane tickets, hotel stays and gift cards are being sent out. They claim to be affiliated with Travelocity, but they aren’t.
About half of Americans are not meeting minimum federal guidelines for aerobic activities such as brisk walking, and far fewer are doing strength training exercises like push-ups.
A largely unregulated industry is pitching loans with interest rates as high as 106 percent to retired firefighters, police officers, and others receiving a pension.
The Center for Housing Policy says nearly a quarter of working households spend more than half their income on housing.