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If You Buy Insurance on Your Own, Here's What to Know Now
Health insurers continue to exit and enter the 2018 marketplace, but as of now every U.S. county will offer at least one plan. Here’s what else to know.
While the federal Medicare program picks up a lot of the heath-care tab for Americans over 65, it doesn’t cover everything.
One of the things a lot of us worry about is how long our parents will be able to take care of themselves — not just physically but financially.
Open enrollment for health insurance for 2017 will mostly work the same as it has in previous years, but there’s an important change.
While a nursing home stay may be nothing to look forward to, it is rarely as expensive as many of us fear, according to a new report.
Medicare pays many kinds of medical bills, but it doesn’t cover everything. This quiz could help you avoid some costly surprises.
Limiting the number of hospital stays can drastically improve a patient’s life with IBD.
The Senate health bill could make health care unaffordable for Americans with pre-existing conditions who must buy insurance on their own. Here’s what to know.
The Senate’s version of a replacement for the Affordable Care Act will help you if you are rich or young and healthy. But older, poorer, or sicker people will find higher costs and skimpier or nonexistent coverage.