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Amputations and death: Docs paint gruesome picture of alleged prison woes
Idaho inmates say prison officials repeatedly violated a settlement plan in a long-running lawsuit over health care
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Now what? Options for consumers as health bill drama fades
Now that the GOP health care bill has failed, millions of Americans have to navigate a health care system in flux
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Boston doctor makes house calls for the homeless
Dr. Jim O'Connell is Boston's only doctor left still making house calls to the homeless. On the street and in the shelters, O'Connell dispenses just about everything from stitches in the arm to surgery for the soul. Jim Axelrod paid a visit to the doctor in Boston.
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House calls for the homeless
Dr. Jim O'Connell takes a team of doctors to the streets to bring medicine to the homeless; along the way, he began taking portraits of his patients, one at a time
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Morning Rounds: Exercise during pregnancy, community health centers
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss exercise during pregnancy and Obamacare's impact on community health centers.
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What is the health status of Obamacare?
President Trump is predicting the eventual collapse of the Affordable Care Act, but is Obamacare really on life support? Dr. Meena Seshamani, former director of the Office of Health Reform at the Department of Health and Human Services during the Obama administration, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the current state of the ACA.
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GOP pulls health care bill, failing to deliver key campaign promise
In a stinging loss for President Trump, the Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act collapsed Friday. Republican leaders pulled their replacement bill from the House floor when it became clear they didn't have the votes to support it. Errol Barnett reports.
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“Solar-powered skin” could open new doors for prosthetics
The advanced prosthetic limbs could give amputees the sense of touch – and also enable more sensitive robots
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Here's when hospital patients are less likely to die
Better survival rates may be linked to increased vigilance from staff
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Study reveals why many end-of-life talks are problematic
According to new research, many surrogates may not have a clear idea about what loved ones really want done in a crisis situation -- even after discussions about it
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Why older moms may raise better-behaved kids
A new study finds women who have children later in life tend not to scold or use physical discipline as much
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Drug-resistant TB threatens decades of progress
Doctors warn that growing drug resistance could put millions of lives at risk
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Random mutations blamed for big role in cancer
A new study looks at how many cases of cancer are due to random genetic errors, and how many could be prevented
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The difference between sexual orientation and gender identity
It's a common misconception that a person's gender identity and sexual orientation are connected, but they are not
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The gender identity terms you need to know
Man, woman, and transgender are just the beginning
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House GOP cancels vote on health care bill
The vote on the health care plan has been canceled -- Trump says, "We'll end up with a great bill in the future, once Obamacare collapses"
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What are the Obamacare essential benefits?
Republican leaders said they'd repeal "essential benefits" defined under the ACA, in order to win votes for the GOP health care bill
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Cancer survivor inspires hope with global trek
Sean Swarner is gearing up for his trip to the North Pole after visiting the South Pole and scaling the tallest mountain on each continent
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$2.50 vaccine could prevent thousands of childhood deaths
A new study shows the vaccine is safe and effective against a deadly diarrheal disease that kills hundreds of children per day
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For whites across America, "deaths of despair" are rising
Alcoholism, drug addiction and suicide are driving up mortality rates for less-educated whites
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