WASHINGTON -- Five years ago, U.S. President Barack Obama and his Democratic Party had a crazy idea that maybe the richest nation in the history of the world should do something to make its fragmented,
Barack Obama sought to turn the political tide on healthcare on Wednesday after a late surge in enrolment pushed the final number of Americans signing up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
When President Obama promised millennials that they could get health insurance for $100 a month or less, he wasn't thinking of Assante, a young New Yorker with two part-time jobs and a high cost of living.
As a person who has been living with what's commonly known as "a preexisting health condition," and one that can require expensive surgery and even result in emergency-room visits if it gets out of control,
The affordable care act and treatment for “Substance Use Disorders:” Implications of ending segregated behavioral healthcare
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The Obama administration announced new rules on Friday that will require insurers to cover the treatment of mental health and substance abuse in the same manner they would physical maladies. The regulations,