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Pfizer’s Shots Aren’t Safe and Were Never Shown to Be

mRNA spike protein wasn't the only thing autopsies found in people who died shortly after getting the jab. ...

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Dr Kulldorff ‘Not Surprised’ About Being Censored by Twitter, Says Trust in Science Has Been Undermined

Dr. Martin Kulldorff, a prominent epidemiologist, biostatistician, and former Harvard School of Medicine professor, said he was "not surprised" ...

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The Most Important Dataset of the Pandemic Was Just Released

Germany Has Provided The Means To Quantify The Human Cost Of The Experimental Vaccination Program

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INFOGRAPHIC: Approved and Non-FDA Approved COVID-19 Treatments

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic two years ago, hundreds of studies have examined the efficacy of ...

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Health insurance deductibles soar, leaving Americans with unaffordable bills - Los Angeles Times

Soaring health insurance deductibles have strained family budgets, saddled many with debt and driven millions to skip care. It's the result of a revolution that has transformed U.S. health insurance, shifting a growing share of costs to workers and their

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7 Whiskey Drinks That Could Help Cure Your Cold | Food & Wine

Here, seven whiskey cocktails to help dilate your blood vessels and put you on the path to recovery. ...

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Why Some Americans Are Risking It and Skipping Health Insurance

Prices and deductibles are rising. Networks are shrinking. And even some well-off Americans are questioning what they’re paying for.

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The Myth of ObamaCare's Affordability - WSJ

In The Wall Street Journal, Casey B. Mulligan writes that the law's perverse incentives will have the nation working fewer hours, and working those hours less productively.

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Doctor Wait Times Rise As Obamacare Rolls Out

Patients are waiting an average of 18 days to schedule an appointment for a doctor, according to a study of appointments for commonly used specialty physicians in 15 major U.S. cities. see photosDwight Nadig/Getty ImagesClick for full photo gallery: Citie

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The Hidden Impact of Obamacare and the Economy

Obamacare has delivered another sucker punch to the middle class. Now that a few people can get past the tech problems of HealthCare.gov and actually see the real cost of insurance plans available, they are finding that Affordable Care is big hit to the f

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The Republican Answer to Obamacare

It’s been a rough two months for the White House since HealthCare.gov went live on Oct 1. In the weeks that followed, it soon became clear that the problem was not just one of technical incompetence leading to a shoddy website, but of bad policy. Mi

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Individual Coverage - Cedars-Sinai

If you purchase a private commercial policy for your health care you can purchase a plan that includes Cedars-Sinai as one of its options. Includes list of plans where Cedars-Sinai is part of the network.

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No, You Can't Keep Your Drugs Either Under Obamacare

The President famously promised that you could keep your health plan and doctor. For many people, both of those pledges are turning out to be false. And now, you might not be able to keep your medicine, either. There are two reasons why. The first has to

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    ObamaCare's Plans Are Worse

    The Wall Street Journal explains how the Affordable Care Act raises prices and limits medical choices.

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    Will this court case shatter Obamacare?

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    New health plans sold through exchanges not accepted at some prestigious NYC hospitals

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    Obamacare: So, what could go wrong next? - David Nather

    Busted website, canceled policies, lousy early enrollment numbers. And that could be just the warmup. Because the lesson of the last six weeks is that when it comes to the Obamacare rollout, if it can go wrong, it probably will. The stumble-filled debut o

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    Sundby: I had great cancer doctors and health insurance. My plan was cancelled. Now I worry how long I'll live.

    In The Wall Street Journal, Edie Littlefield Sundby writes that she had great cancer doctors and health insurance before her plan was cancelled.

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    Obamacare Faces A 'Death Spiral' -- But It Turns On The Declining Participation Of Health Plans, Not Just Rising Premiums

    Given the failed launch of Obamacare, there’s a real chance that the entire scheme falls into an “insurance death spiral” -- but not as visibly (or rapidly) as the way these sorts of unsuccessful insurance pools usually unravel. A death

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      Obamacare Will Increase Health Spending By $7,450 For A Typical Family of Four

      It was one of candidate Obama’s most vivid and concrete campaign promises. Forget about high minded (some might say high sounding) but gauzy promises of hope and change. This candidate solemnly pledged on June 5, 2008: “In an Obama administrat

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        Warren Buffett: Scrap Obamacare and Start Over

        Read conservative news, blogs and opinion about Barack Obama, Health Care, Obamacare, Repeal, Replace, Scrap and Warren Buffett from The Weekly Standard, the must read magazine available in online edition.

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        The Affordable Care Act's Rate-Setting Won't Work, by Howard Dean

        In The Wall Street Journal, Howard Dean writes that the Affordable Care Act's Independent Payment Advisory Board is doomed to fail.

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          Study: Young people better off not enrolling in Obamacare

          Millions of young Americans could save money by simply paying Obamacare penalties rather than buying insurance when the controversial health-care law is implemented in 2014, according to a new study.

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            Major Health Insurers Abandon ObamaCare Exchanges

            Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, United Health Group, and Humana have all decided against participating in various states' ObamaCare health insurance exchanges. The exchanges, which are scheduled to begin operation on October 1st, will be the only place Amer

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              More Doctors Steer Clear of Medicare

              Fewer American doctors are treating patients enrolled in the Medicare health program for seniors, reflecting frustration with its payment rates and pushback against mounting rules, according to health ...

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                Obamacare? We were just leaving … - Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman

                Dozens of lawmakers and aides are so afraid that their health insurance premiums will skyrocket next year thanks to Obamacare that they are thinking about retiring early or just quitting. The fear: Government-subsidized premiums will disappear at the end

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                  Affordable Care Act's challenge: getting young adults enrolled

                  Arsine Sargsyan is 23 years old, healthy and uninsured. She chooses to forgo coverage for one simple reason:

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                  Insurers limit doctors, hospitals in state-run exchange plans

                  California's health insurance rates for a new state-run marketplace came in lower than expected this week, but one downside for many consumers will be far fewer doctors and hospitals to choose from....