What Medicaid Cuts Could Mean For The Opioid Epidemic

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Federal Medicaid Funding Cuts Under Senate Health Care Bill Puts Pressure On States

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Dr. Vanessa Grubbs and Robert Phillips at their wedding in August 2005. Just a few months earlier, when his kidneys were failing, she gave him one of hers. Courtesy of Vanessa Grubb hide caption

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'Interlaced Fingers' Traces Roots Of Racial Disparity In Kidney Transplants

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Greg unwinds a hose while doing some yardwork. Along with his failing memory, Greg has been experiencing secondary symptoms including paranoia, depression and slow healing. Amanda Kowalski for NPR hide caption

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More Than Memory: Coping With The Other Ills Of Alzheimer's

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Some lawmakers are raising concerns that the Senate health care bill could aggravate the problem of healthy people going without insurance, driving up costs for everyone else. Stuart Kinlough/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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How The Senate Health Care Bill Could Disrupt The Insurance Market

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NFL's Jermichael Finley On Head Trauma: 'It Felt Like 100 Bees Stinging Me'

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President Trump Praises Senate Republican Health Care Bill

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Andy Slavitt was in charge of running the federal agency that oversees the Affordable Care Act from 2015 to 2017. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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What The Man Who Ran Obamacare Thinks About The Republican Health Care Plan

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The vast majority of contingent or independent workers in the U.S. do not receive employee benefits, though some companies and lawmakers are trying to change that. Hero Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Efforts Increase To Bring Health And Other Benefits To Independent Workers

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The AMA's Take On GOP Health Care Plan

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When You Talk In Your Sleep, Are You Talking To Your Secret Self?

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Women have gotten conflicting advice from doctors about when to have mammograms. Amelie Benoist/Science Source hide caption

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OB-GYNs Give Women More Say In When They Have Mammograms

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Ohio Health Insurance CEO Raises Concerns Over Senate GOP Bill

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