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Meet A Home Contractor Who Helps Older People Age In Place

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Ohio Sues Drug Companies Over Role In Creating Opioid Epidemic

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Research Shows How PTSD Can Trigger Growth In Veterans

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Most of the people in a choir at Ryerson University in Toronto have joined a study testing how practicing music might help people with hearing loss handle noisy environments better. Andrea Hsu/NPR hide caption

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'Like Brain Boot Camp': Using Music To Ease Hearing Loss

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A whistleblower lawsuit alleged that two Florida insurance plans inflated fees by making patients appear sicker than they were. Getty Images hide caption

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Poll: Americans Increasingly Think Their Health Care Will Get Worse

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Some people using brokers to buy insurance through healthcare.gov will no longer have to go through a multi-step process to enroll. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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13 Reasons Why Not: Michigan Teens Talk Honestly About Suicide

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A 4-year-old regulation in New York state requires doctors and hospitals to treat sepsis using a protocol that some researchers now question. Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Are State Rules For Treating Sepsis Really Saving Lives?

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French pharmaceutical group Sanofi is expected to receive an exclusive license to market a new Zika vaccine. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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States Fear Price Of New Zika Vaccine Will Be More Than They Can Pay

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News Brief: Texas Legislative Term Ends, Trial Begins In Minn. Police Shooting

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Cash-Strapped Seniors Turn To Assisted Living Centers In Mexico

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