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UnitedHealth Group Inc. plans to buy Catamaran Corp. for $12.8B cash deal

UnitedHealth Group Inc. plans to purchase Catamaran Corp. for around $12.8bn in cash, boosting its pharmacy-benefit unit as spending on new drugs cont...
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Many People Entitled To Hefty Subsidies Still Opt Against Coverage

A study by health consultant Avalere finds that three-quarters of those eligible for the highest levels of premium help enrolled in marketplace plans,...
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Manhattan building collapses after explosion, fire; 13 injured

At least 13 people were injured when a 5-storey building in Manhattan's East Village collapsed on Thursday after it caught fire following a suspected ...
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Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette ends playing career over health concerns

Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette announced his decision to end his playing career due to his history of injuries and his desire to enter medica...
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Indiana sanctions 30-day needle exchange program to contain HIV epidemic

Indiana will implement a 30-day needle exchange program to contain an HIV epidemic that prompted Gov. Mike Pence to declare a state of health emergenc...
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Battle Over Dementia Drug Swap Has Big Stakes For Drugmakers, Consumers

A court ruling about Actavis's strategy to switch consumers from its top-selling dementia drug, which will lose patent protection this sumer, to a new...
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49ers linebacker Chris Borland retires to prevent head injury from football

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland retires after one season to keep himself healthy and prevent serious head injuries.
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Avian cholera kills 2,000 migrating snow geese in Idaho

About 2,000 dead snow geese were collected in three wildlife management areas in Idaho the past weekend with avian cholera suspected as the cause of t...
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CDC finds monkey research center worker exposed to bioterror bacteria

The result of preliminary blood tests on a worker at the Tulane National Primate Research Center near New Orleans indicates infection from a bioterror...
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American health worker in Sierra Leone with Ebola heading to NIH for treatment

An American volunteer health worker in Sierra Leone infected with Ebola is arriving Friday in Bethesda for treatment at the National Institutes of Hea...