Mary Agnes Carey, a senior correspondent at Kaiser Health News, joined Lisa Desjardins and Hari Sreenivasan of the PBS NewsHour to discuss the legislation released by Senate Republicans Thursday to overhaul the federal health law.
Having long decried the failings of the Affordable Care Act, Senate Republicans are purporting to fix one of its loopholes with their newly unveiled health plan. The so-called coverage gap left more than 2.5 million people living below the poverty line of $11,880 for an individual ineligible for Medicaid or financial assistance to buy insurance — even as higher earners got subsidy checks to buy theirs.
The genes that lead to coronary artery disease (CAD) also influence reproduction, research shows.
To deal with workplace stress—and the unhealthy eating that can result from it—get better rest, new research suggests.
Source: Kaiser – Health