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There's a reason the national health insurance debate doesn't include much about the men and women who served in the military. The new exchange doesn't apply to them.
There are several factors to consider when calculating household income and if subsidies are available under the Affordable Care Act.
Holiday festivities lose a lot of their luster when you’re a full-time caregiver.
AIDS doesn't dominate headlines like it once did, but the immune deficiency disease and related HIV infection remains a very real public health risk.
TAMPA — Efforts to expand Florida's health insurance for the poor faces an uphill battle in Tallahassee, but advocates appear determined to keep the debate going.
Q: I am 71 and on Medicare. My husband, 58, has no income and is applying for insurance on the new Marketplace. Do my Social Security benefits and my retirement IRAs count toward “family income” on his appl...
Live in a climate where the leaves don’t change, and you depend on other clues that autumn has arrived.
TAMPA — Bob McKnight has plenty of company as he watches federal health insurance reform get up and running.
TAMPA — Military medics unable to transition their life-saving skills into the civilian world are the focus of a new University of South Florida nursing program.
Fifteen years ago, Dawna Stone knew she was on to something.