This week we’ve got quite a collection of topics, ranging from what people are saying about the ACA subsidies, to the 1999 US Women’s World Cup stars making a visit to the Triangle.
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Innovation and Trends
- Fraud Still Plagues Medicare’s Prescription Drug Program
- New Greensboro Clinic to Provide Holistic Health Care
- NCMS To Help Reduce Overuse of Certain Tests and Treatments
Health Care Technology
- Medicare Slow To Adopt Telemedicine Due To Cost Concerns
- New Formula Aims to Help Weigh Value of Cancer Treatments
- C.Researchers Develop ‘Smart Insulin Patch’
Health and Fitness
- Soccer Stars From 1999 World Cup Title Team Talk About Women’s Soccer’s Past, Future
- Building a Playground, Building a Community
- Pounding Pavement: Walking Movement Leaves Footprint on Bull City
- Same-Sex Marriage is a Right
- What People are Saying About The Supreme Court’s Health Care Ruling
- UnitedHealth Group Exits Health Insurers’ Largest Trade Group
- Anesthesiologist Trashes Sedated Patient — And it Ends up Costing Her
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