New ACS Mammogram Guidelines Spark Controversy
ABC's Amy Robach offers a deeply personal look at the announcement that has many women up in arms.
#RealBizwithRJ Episode 48: Back In USA
Rebecca says cheerio to London, the Shahidi brothers stop by Real Biz to talk 'Shots', plus your week ahead
Student Who Tussled With Aetna CEO Over Broken Health Care Dies
Arijit Guha , an Arizona State University graduate student who successfully tussled with health insurance giant Aetna over his medical bills last year, has died at 32, according to a close friend. His wife, Heather Ehlers, created Facebook in tribute to this life , remembering him as a "rabble
6 Answers About Mammograms and Breast Cancer
If you're among the millions of women concerned about the new guidelines on mammogram screenings from the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), well, join the club. It's no wonder we're alarmed, given the conflicting responses from reputable medical organizations like the American
Fact Check: Obama and Biden Speak at the DNC
Barack Obama formally accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday on the third and final night of the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. The president and Vice President Joe Biden addressed a packed Time Warner Cable Arena, with even more hopeful conventioneers
Aetna CEO and 30-Year-Old Bond Over Staggering Cancer Bills
Arijit Guha , an Arizona State University graduate student, returned from a trip to India with a stomach ache and only one month later learned he had Stage IV colon cancer. As tough as his diagnosis was at the age of 30, learning that his insurance company would place restrictions on paying for his
Stocks Rocket, Salaries Inch Higher
this Friday June 20 ninth. would work. Another busy business morning. New numbers on income and spending. Plus a possible breakthrough in the Euro debt crisis joining me now the top business stories at this hour is Aaron task. Host of the daily ticker on our partner Yahoo! finance good morning
Consumer Reports Investigates 'Junk' U.S. Health Plans
Consumer Reports is warning against so-called "mini-med" health plans that offer limited protection, usually at lower cost, but with sky-high deductibles that can leave the insured paying thousands out of pocket. Mini-med health plans tend to appeal to industries such as retail, temporary staffing
Obama Misstated Story About Mother's Health Care, New Book Says
ABC News’ Mary Bruce (@marykbruce) reports: During his 2008 presidential campaign and the fight for health care reform, President Obama often told the story of his mother Stanley Ann Dunham and how she spent the months before her death fighting...
Health Insurers Eliminate Child-Only Policies, Is it a Sign of Future Cutbacks?
Elimination of Child Only Policies Unearth Old Tensions Between Health Insurers and Administration