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‘Scant bipartisanship’ not enough to end ‘political war over Obamacare’

October 19, 2017

Senators Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., and Patty Murray, D-Wash., introduced a bipartisan bill that will finance cost-sharing subsidy payments to health insurance companies for the next 2 years.

“This agreement provides certainty on out-of-pocket reduction payments for the next 2 years [and] will address attempts by this administration to keep people from getting enrolled in care they need,” Murray said during a speech on the Senate floor.

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One in five young women dependent on indoor tanning

October 19, 2017
Data from a recent survey demonstrate indoor tanning dependence was linked with symptoms of depression and beliefs about physical appearance. The cross-sectional…
In the Journals

Dermatology clinical practice guideline authors failed to disclose industry relationships

October 18, 2017
Authors of three dermatology clinical practice guideline documents failed to fully disclose industry relationships, according to recent findings. Researchers reviewed…

Two senators reach bipartisan deal to save health insurance subsidies

October 17, 2017
Two senators have struck a bipartisan deal to temporarily preserve subsidies for health insurance companies set to be scrapped by President Donald J. Trump

California law may minimally impact drug pricing transparency

October 17, 2017
California Gov. Jerry Brown approved legislation that will require pharmaceutical companies to give the state advanced notice of, as well as justify, dramatic drug…
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