preexisting conditions

Republicans are recommending joke name changes to the "Protecting Americans with Preexisting Conditions Act," slated for a vote this week.
Press secretary Sean Spicer cannot guarantee that individuals with preexisting conditions will not pay more under the American Health Care Act.
I can go through long periods of remission. Sometimes years. There are times when I am strong. I can haul 50 lb. bales of hay, show a cow who is boss. But when life is stressful, like say after a divorce or economic insecurity, the stress can be too much and I get sick.
Thousand of people who should be on slabs in a morgue are walking our streets. Worse still, they are going to work in the morning.
For the 1.2 million Americans living with HIV, the Affordable Care Act will be utterly life-changing. For some, it will be life-saving.
We all need to do our part to spread the word about this critical -- but limited -- opportunity for California's uninsured children, who are now eligible for health coverage regardless of preexisting conditions.
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) claimed Wednesday that he wasn't worried about eliminating the popular preexisting conditions provision
I'm trying to remember when it was that Republicans became such big champions of Medicare. Certainly not in 1965, when the GOP joined the American Medical Association in fighting enactment of the program.
Nevada Republican Senatorial candidate Sharron Angle suggested on Monday that she'd prefer free-market remedies to a legislative
"In terms of total individuals served, it will be well more than 200,000 because some people use high-risk pools for temporary
And Angell told HuffPost that come 2014, despite no longer being allowed to raise rates or deny coverage to adults explicitly
As Obama's health care overhaul gets moving, loopholes threaten to undermine the legislation. Despite reports that the bill bans a controversial practice where insurers retroactively cancel health coverage of patients, the law hasn't changed.
Progressives who oppose this bill are not being obstructionist. Rather, they are taking the position that when real opportunities to reform health care arise, it is essential to get it right.
Turkey, cranberry sauce, and a side of health care debate is dominating Thanksgiving tables this year. The debate gets more heated when some worry that their situation will be adversely affected.
Republicans are preparing to unveil their own health bill in the next few days. Minority Leader John Boehner (R., Ohio) said
If history had taken a different course, Doug Holtz-Eakin would be inside the McCain White House driving the Republican president's
A proposal to make preexisting health conditions irrelevant in the sale of insurance policies could help not just the seriously