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McDonald’s to stop serving chicken raised with antibiotics

Chickens served in 14,000 McDonald's outlets in the U.S. will soon be antibiotics-free, the fastfood chain giant announced on Wednesday.
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The Extra Cost Of Extra Weight For Older Adults

Obese people are far more likely to become disabled as they age, and researchers say this burgeoning demographic will strain hospitals and nursing hom...
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More Than One In Four Foster Kids Miss Required Checkups

Although children in foster care have often suffered neglect or abuse, 29 percent failed to receive at least one required medical screening, according...
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For Many Middle-Class Taxpayers On Obamacare, It’s Payback Time

Hundreds of thousands of people who received subsidies under the Affordable Care Act may have underestimated their incomes in 2014 – drawing more...
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Obama Administration Disallows Plans Without Hospital Coverage

Large-employer plans without inpatient benefits were seen as a health law loophole that trapped workers in inadequate insurance, now the Obama adminis...
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Superbug In Los Angeles Now Affects 179 Hospital Warns

A hospital in Los Angeles has not revealed that a number of its patients may be infected with drug-resistant bacteria or otherwise called the "superbu...
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Figuring Out If A Doctor Is In Your Network Is Harder Than You Think

Consumers struggle with the lack of transparency. For example, some physicians can be in-network when they are working at one office or hospital but n...
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Two measles outbreak: What makes one different from the other?

Topping at least a hundred cases so far, the current measles outbreak is believed to have begun at two Disney theme parks in California.
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Lung cancer overtakes breast cancer as top cancer killer of women

A new report indicates that lung cancer has overtaken breast cancer as the top cancer killer of women in wealthy countries, revealing the changing smo...
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FDA approves Vyvanse as drug for binge-eating disorder

The FDA has approved Vyvanse, United States' first medication for binge-eating disorder. According to the agency, the new drug, which is already appro...