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Meltdown 101: Why high health costs hurt economy

In pushing for health care reform, President Barack Obama has said problems with the current health care system are a big cause of our economic troubles. He's even called the system, with its spiraling costs and inconsistencies in the amount and quality of care people get, a "ticking time bomb" for the federal budget.
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Medical records of boy who refused chemo are open

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota judge has denied a request to seal the medical records of a 13-year-old boy who gained national attention when he fled the state last month to avoid chemotherapy to treat his Hodgkin's lymphoma.
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US doctors signal they'll work with Obama

CHICAGO (AP) — America's largest group of doctors ended their annual meeting Wednesday by signaling they won't close the door on President Barack Obama's proposal to create a public health insurance plan to compete with private insurers.
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Poll: Many worried about paying for health care

WASHINGTON (AP) — Health care costs are weighing heavily on Americans, with nearly half of those polled in a new survey saying they're worried about paying for future care.
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Number of VA claims poised to hit 1 million

WASHINGTON (AP) — This isn't the same as getting a free duffel bag for being the millionth person to go through the turnstiles: The Veterans Affairs Department appears poised to have hit the 1 million milestone on claims it still hasn't processed.
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