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Bipartisan Deal Could Extend Healthcare SubsidiesPresident Donald Trump has expressed initial support for a bi-partisan plan for healthcare which keeps several Affordable Care Act subsidies, even though he used his executive powers to strike them down last week.
Study: Vision Impairment A Growing Problem With PreschoolersA recent study shows tens of thousands of preschoolers are struggling with untreated vision problems
Broccoli May Be Key To A Healthy Gut, Study FindsA diet filled with broccoli may help patients to cope with digestive issues such as leaky gut and colitis.
Miami Turns Into Sea Of Pink For Susan G. Komen Race For The CureNearly 30,000 walkers, runners, fighters and survivors hit the streets of downtown Miami Saturday morning, all with a singular goal in mind.
Pro-Trump States Most Affected By His Health Care DecisionWhile President Donald Trump's decision to end a provision of the Affordable Care Act that was benefiting roughly 6 million Americans helps fulfill one of his biggest campaign promises, it also risks harming some of the very people who helped him win the presidency.
What Expiration Of Funding To Children's Health Insurance Program MeansMillions of children from low income families have gotten help from a program called the Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP.  
Changes Could Affect Women & Kids The Most As Trump Tackles Health Care's 'Broken Mess'Healthcare is in the cross hairs again as President Donald Trump halts subsidies that make insurance affordable for millions and signs an order to give more insurance choices.
Push Is On For Children, Adults To Get Flu Shots Sooner Rather Than LaterThe push is on for people to get their flu shots sooner rather than later.
Consumers Like a2 Milk, Dairy Industry Not So SureA special type of milk first developed in Australia is catching on in the U.S.
First Local Zika Infection Of 2017 Confirmed In FloridaThe Zika virus has returned to Florida. State health officials are reporting the first case this year in the state of Florida transmitted by a local mosquito.
Smart Tattoos May Help Track Your HealthYour next tattoo might help track your health.
Florida Trims Medicaid HMO PaymentsFlorida has reduced the rates it pays HMOs and provider-sponsored networks in the biggest part of the Medicaid managed-care system.

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