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A Growing Number of States Call Porn a Public Health Crisis
Odyssey Wellness Tattoo: The Healing Power of Ink
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Odyssey Wellness Tattoo: The Healing Power of Ink

A Growing Number of States Call Porn a Public Health Crisis

By Jill Gleeson |
Odyssey Wellness Tattoo's Darlene DiBona shares her insights on how tattoos can offer healing and hope beyond their cosmetic appeal.

'Sham' Sharing Ministries Test Faith Of Patients And Insurance Regulators

'Sham' Sharing Ministries Test Faith Of Patients And Insurance Regulators

By JoNel Aleccia | May 20
Washington State residents thought they had purchased health insurance through an online site. But when it was time to pay the bills, they learned that the products they bought weren't insurance at all.

In Abortion Debates, Female Lawmakers Recount Their Rapes

In Abortion Debates, Female Lawmakers Recount Their Rapes

By Julie Carr Smyth and Christina A. Cassidy | May 18
For more than two decades, Nancy Mace did not speak publicly about her rape. In April, when she finally broke her silence, she chose the most public of forums — before her colleagues in South Carolina's legislature.

How Obamacare, Medicare And 'Medicare For All' Muddy The Campaign Trail

How Obamacare, Medicare And 'Medicare For All' Muddy The Campaign Trail

By Shefali Luthra | May 18
The health care debate has Democrats on Capitol Hill and the presidential campaign trail facing renewed pressure to make clear where they stand.

5 States Announce New Suits Over Opioids

5 States Announce New Suits Over Opioids

By Anthony Izaguirre, Georff Mulvihill | May 17
Five more state attorneys general announced legal filings Thursday seeking to hold the company that makes OxyContin responsible for an opioid addiction crisis that's now the leading cause of accidental deaths across the country and in many states.

The U.S. Could Have Ended Up with a British-Style Health Care System - Here's Why it Didn't

The U.S. Could Have Ended Up with a British-Style Health Care System - Here's Why it Didn't

May 17
The U.S. could potentially even have ended up with a British-style, government-run health care system. Yet, the country went a different route.