With a physician shortage already posing a problem for insured Americans, ObamaCare's significantly reduced payments to physicians will only serve to exacerbate that dilemma.
In a new analysis of hundreds of previous studies, scientists from Queen Mary University of London recently concluded that if people between the ages of 50 and 65 were to take a low dose of aspirin daily, they could prevent up to one third of cancers of the bowel, throat, and stomach, and cut the risk of dying in half, in some cases.
With estimates suggesting more than 800 people have died from the ongoing Ebola outbreak sweeping across West Africa, concerns are spreading in the United States about how federal and state authorities would react if — or when — a life-threatening virus such as Ebola begins spreading domestically. The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) is also making waves with its controversial global preparations.
The plaintiffs in a case challenging ObamaCare's federal-exchange subsidies are asking the Supreme Court to take their case after they lost at the circuit-court level.
A pair of conflicting rulings by two U.S. Circuit Court panels has legal observers predicting a Supreme Court showdown for ObamaCare.
After the Supreme Court's favorable ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, Democrats initially retaliated by announcing plans to circumvent the finding of the high court; however, there are indications that the White House may back down on the ObamaCare contraception mandate.
Two federal courts issued conflicting rulings on whether people who get insurance on the federal exchange are eligible for subsidies.
As if the Obama administration is not in enough hot water over the disastrous Department of Veterans' Affairs, reports now reveal that the administration had been warned about waiting times and fraud immediately after the president was first elected in 2008.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is funding the development of a remote control contraceptive microchip.