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2.6 Million 'Inconsistencies' in Federal Insurance Applications July 01, 2014

Government findings on Obamacare signups don't necessarily mean fraud, reports say

More Hispanics Took Heart Meds After Medicare Part D Launch June 02, 2014

But only small increase was seen among black patients during same period, study found

Number of Cancer Survivors Will Reach 19 Million in Next Decade: Report June 02, 2014

Meeting their medical needs will become even more important in coming years, researcher says

Deaths Rates Fell in Massachusetts After Health-Care Reform May 05, 2014

Study raises possibility that 'Obamacare' may extend lives, too

Nonwhites Exposed to More Air Pollution: Study April 15, 2014

More nitrogen dioxide from exhaust fumes, power plants could mean increased deaths from heart disease, researchers say

Certain Thyroid-Related Diseases May Vary by Race April 15, 2014

Study looked at Graves', Hashimoto's thyroiditis among U.S. military personnel

Nearly 10 Percent of U.S. Adults Now Have Diabetes: Study April 14, 2014

Researchers found a nationwide rise of the disease since late 1980s, and a parallel rise in obesity

Fewer Americans Would Smoke If Cessation Treatments Were Covered: CDC March 27, 2014

Counseling and medication services aren't all included, and barriers to access exist, study shows

Many Don't Understand Obamacare or Health Insurance, Survey Finds March 24, 2014

'Navigators' can help walk people through enrollment process, experts say

Still Too Few Minority Participants in U.S. Clinical Trials, Study Finds March 21, 2014

More emphasis must be placed on recruiting minorities for research, investigators say

U.S. Could Face Shortage of Cancer Doctors March 11, 2014

Gap projected to reach nearly 1,500 specialists in a decade, American Society of Clinical Oncology cautions

Health Reform May Help Those Who Spent Time in Jail March 04, 2014

Untreated mental illness, substance-abuse problems raise risk for repeat arrests, research suggests

Late-Stage Cancer Diagnosis More Likely in Uninsured Teens, Young Adults February 27, 2014

Those lacking health coverage are often male, black or Hispanic and from the South, study finds

Doctors Slower to Prescribe High Blood Pressure Meds to Younger Patients February 24, 2014

Study found age was a factor in how quickly patients got treatment

Three Groups Miss Out on Colon Cancer Survival Gains, Study Says February 14, 2014

Blacks, Hispanics and elderly have benefitted less from treatment advances

Few Americans Get Recommended Emergency Stroke Care February 13, 2014

However, most live within an hour of hospital that can give proper treatment, study finds

Infection-Triggered Strokes Deadlier for Blacks, Study Finds February 12, 2014

Further investigation needed to understand this racial disparity, researchers say

When Times Are Tough, People Cut Down on Doctor Visits February 05, 2014

Participants in five countries said reduced income decreased their health care use, survey found

Many Young Americans With HIV Delay Treatment: Study February 04, 2014

By waiting, they risk further harm to their health, researchers say

Health Reform Differs Across States: Report January 31, 2014

5 states play no role in federal marketplace, Medicaid expansion or insurance reform

New Diagnosis Rules Could Lead to Drop in Autism Numbers January 22, 2014

Study says stricter definition of the condition means fewer children will meet threshold

Many Asthma Patients Don't Stick to Treatment Plan, Study Finds January 18, 2014

Better communication with their doctors might improve outcomes, researchers say

More Prisons Helping Inmates Enroll in Medicaid at Release: Survey January 17, 2014

With expanded program eligibility, fresh start could include better health care

Racial Disparities in Deaths After Heart Surgery Tied to Hospital Quality January 08, 2014

Nonwhites have less access than whites to high-quality hospitals, researchers say

U.S. Cancer Deaths Decline Again: Report January 07, 2014

Better prevention, screening and treatment are keys to continued progress, experts say

Americans Living Longer Than Ever: CDC January 06, 2014

A child born in 2009 is expected to reach 78.5 years, but one expert says longer life may not mean better life

Greater Health Spending Helps Men More Than Women, Study Finds January 03, 2014

And in terms of efficiency, U.S. ranks 22 out of 27 countries

Substance-Abuse Treatment Often Tough to Find for Medicaid Patients December 26, 2013

Study found wider access gaps in South and Midwest, and among blacks

Many Americans Don't Receive Preventive Dental Care: Survey December 18, 2013

10-year study found some improvement, but continued gaps among racial groups

Kids' Liver Transplant Success Varies by Race, Research Shows December 09, 2013

Whites much more likely to survive than blacks, study finds

Type 2 Diabetes Might Raise Risk of Liver Cancer December 09, 2013

But odds for malignancy are low; study found stronger connection for some minorities

Health Disparities Persist in America: Report November 21, 2013

CDC finds race, sex, education, location and wealth among key factors in these inequalities

CPR Training Rates Lower in Poor, Rural U.S. Communities November 19, 2013

Less bystander resuscitation training also seen in the South, Midwest and West

Racial Differences Seen in Pancreatic Cancer Death Rates November 15, 2013

Although dropping for blacks, overall death rates still higher than for whites, study finds

Could Low 'Brown Fat' Levels Be Tied to Higher Diabetes Risk? November 12, 2013

Small study compared effects of this type of body fat in men

'One-Stop' Radiation Treatment Might Offer Breast Cancer Care Alternative November 11, 2013

Study patients received radiation during surgery rather than after

Hospital Costs From Gun Injuries Topped $16B Over 9 Years November 04, 2013

U.S. study found many victims were young, male, black, uninsured

U.S. Preemie Birth Rate Continues to Fall: Report November 01, 2013

But, rate still highest among industrialized countries

Study Links Americans' Low Fiber Intake to Higher Heart Risk October 25, 2013

Research looked at a decade of data from thousands of U.S. adults

After Breast Cancer Surgery, Patient Assistance Programs Can Help October 25, 2013

Study found women who turned to these programs were more likely to receive other needed treatments

Some Improvement Seen in U.S. Cholesterol Levels: CDC October 24, 2013

However, total cholesterol remains too high and screening rates too low, experts say

Low Vitamin D Tied to Anemia Risk in Kids October 22, 2013

Large study also found racial differences in anemia, vitamin levels

Being Web-Savvy Tied to Better Health in Seniors: Study October 22, 2013

Nonusers were less likely to exercise, eat a healthy diet or get colon cancer screening

Donor Eggs Increasingly Used for IVF, With Rising Success October 17, 2013

Decade-long U.S. study of the infertility treatment found more births of healthy, full-term babies

Massachusetts Health Law Cut Race Gap for Certain Surgeries: Study October 02, 2013

More blacks, Hispanics get less-invasive procedures for appendicitis, gallbladder since state health reform

Surgical Complications Greater for Minority Seniors: Study October 02, 2013

Researchers say pre-existing medical conditions make a difference

Severe Blood Infections During Childbirth on Rise in U.S. Women September 26, 2013

Sepsis-related deaths also increased sharply over decade, researchers say

Daily Tasks a Challenge for Many Older Breast Cancer Patients September 23, 2013

Physical therapy could help these women, study authors say

'Superbug' MRSA Infections Aren't Dropping in Children: CDC September 23, 2013

While overall rates still low for kids, study finds infants and black children face higher risk

Heart Infection Causing Fewer Hospitalizations, Researchers Say September 19, 2013

Study found drop in endocarditis cases despite reduced use of preventive antibiotics

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