One in three Americans has high blood pressure. But a large-scale, decade-long experiment by Kaiser Permanente has some hoping that more convenient medications and less expensive doctor visits could help Americans treat the "silent killer."
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A new study finds that young adults don't actually assume they don't need health care because they're invincible. Young Americans want to buy health insurance, and will likely sign up for coverage under Obamacare as long as they can afford it.
Abortion opponents are upset that some federal employees may now gain access to abortion coverage under Obamacare. The catch? If it weren't for two Republican lawmakers, this wouldn't be an issue in the first place.
Republicans are decrying the Obama administration for delaying one of the health law's consumer protections for some insurers. But if the GOP has its way, Americans would be left without any of Obamacare's consumer protections whatsoever.
The law's limit on out-of-pocket costs, which ensures that Americans won't go bankrupt paying their medical bills, will be delayed until 2015 for some insurers. Administration officials say the insurance industry needs more time to prepare for the rule.