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Health overhaul should press ahead: industry

Repeal reform? No thanks, say health insurers, drugmakers and others looking for a clearer picture of the U.S. healthcare market after the bruising passage of the controversial overhaul law.

Three fresh ideas for slashing your drug bill

At his old job, Eli Lehrer used pre-tax money in his flexible spending account (FSA) to buy everything from pricey prescription drugs to over-the-counter allergy medications. He bought it all at his local pharmacy, without paying much attention to the price tags. "I paid for them with my FSA debit card, so it didn't feel like real money," he admits. But then he moved to a company that didn't offer an FSA, and he suddenly realized he was spending way too much, especially on OTC medications.

Nearly 59 million lack health insurance: CDC

Nearly 59 million Americans went without health insurance coverage for at least part of 2010, many of them with conditions or diseases that needed treatment, federal health officials said on Tuesday.

It's open enrollment season on your wallet

Somewhere between the Halloween candy and the Thansgiving turkey, many workers have something a lot less tasty to digest: It's that fat packet of insurance information from their HR department.

It’s open enrollment season on your wallet

Somewhere between the Halloween candy and the Thansgiving turkey, many workers have something a lot less tasty to digest: It's that fat packet of insurance information from their HR department.

It’s open enrollment season on your wallet

Somewhere between the Halloween candy and the Thansgiving turkey, many workers have something a lot less tasty to digest: It's that fat packet of insurance information from their HR department.

Health costs fuel rise in bankruptcy among elderly

A good friend plans to throw herself a Medicare party when she turns 65 a few years from now. She lost her employer-sponsored health coverage a few years ago, and has struggled ever since with limited insurance and high out-of-pocket costs; she thinks Medicare will solve all her health insurance problems.

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