Advocates: Repealing Obamacare would cost N.J. jobs and lives

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New Jersey stands to lose an estimated 86,000 jobs — and hundreds of lives — if the Affordable Care Act is repealed, advocacy groups... Read more

A pediatrician's heartfelt request to fix health care

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Editor's note: Marion Mass, a pediatrician in the Philadelphia suburbs, is co-founder of a new advocacy group, Practicing Physicians of America... Read more

What 'repeal and replace' could mean for Pennsylvanians

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If the debate in Washington over the future of Obamacare seems distant and abstract, a network of health foundations in Pennsylvania seeks... Read more

How can heart attack symptoms differ in men, women?

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This Valentine's Day, I encourage you and your loved ones to focus on matters of the heart. But not simply your emotions and feelings, I'm... Read more

Medical mystery: The foe that even Chairman Mao couldn't defeat

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When President Richard Nixon announced in 1971 that he was going to visit the People's Republic of China the following year, it was big news... Read more

We won a patient-safety battle, but we need Trump to help us win the war

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This week, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), issued its root cause analysis of the power morcellator disaster that has brought suffering... Read more

How President Trump could save the U.S. billions on prescription drugs

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Though President Trump — and most consumers — think Medicare should be permitted to negotiate drug prices, it's unlikely that... Read more

This doctor used to think his Philly hospital was immune from political anxiety

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For the past several decades the feeling in the medical and scientific community was that we were immune to politics, that we were above it... Read more