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GOP Sen. Tillis: Dems Pushing ‘False Narrative’ on Pre-Existing Conditions

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) said Democrats were pushing a “false narrative” that Republicans want to take away protections for individuals with pre-existing conditions. Tillis said, “It’s a false narrative for Democrats to come

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Ex-Planned Parenthood CEO Campaigns with MT Sen. Jon Tester

Richards, who presided over America’s largest abortion chain for 12 years until her departure earlier this year, spoke with Tester to a crowd of some 60 people at Montana State University, reported Montana Public Radio.

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks during a health care rally at the 2017 Convention of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee on September 22, 2017 in San Francisco, California. Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed the California Nurses Association about his Medicare for All Act of 2017 bill. (Photo by …

Dr. Kristin Held: ‘Medicare for All’ Completes Government Takeover of Medicine

“Government completes the takeover of the entire health insurance industry in one small paragraph,” she explains. “Government becomes the single payer, and the transformation from free-market, patient-centered medicine to socialized medicine that serves the common good of the state is complete.”

A demonstrator opposed to the Senate Republican health-care holds a sign that reads 'I Stand With Planned Parenthood' while marching near the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. Several Senate Republicans began to question today whether their health-care bill should repeal a tax on …

Allegations Planned Parenthood Lied to Congress over Baby Parts Scandal

The project leader of the pro-life group that exposed Planned Parenthood’s alleged profiting from the sale of aborted baby body parts says new evidence suggests the abortion chain and its partners may have lied to Congress about their revenues from the sales.

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Drug Overdose Deaths May Have Declined in 2018

Preliminary data released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) over the summer suggest the rate of drug overdose deaths is declining or at least has “begun to plateau,” as Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar put it last week.

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Dem Sen Cortez Masto: GOP Breaking Promises on Health Care

During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) stated Republicans are threatening to cut Medicare and Social Security despite promises to the contrary and that efforts to repeal and undermine the Affordable Care Act contradict GOP promises to improve

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San Diego: Top Spenders on Alcohol in 2017

San Diego won the 2017 crown as top U.S. city per capita for spending on alcohol beverages at $1,112 per person, based on an analysis of two decades of government data.

Police in Salt Lake City have launched an investigation after video footage showed an officer forcibly arresting a nurse for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient

Officials: 75,000 Obamacare Consumers Affected by Data Breach

Approximately 75,000 people who entered their personal information in the Healthcare.gov portal had their data compromised last month after hackers infiltrated the government-run portal used to help people enroll in health insurance plans, officials said Friday.

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Swedish State-Run Rehab Homes Awash with Illegal Drugs

A damning report has found that Swedish government-run homes for drug addicts are awash with so many drugs that several people have even died from drug-related causes in the last five years while in care.