Middle-Income Consumers Drop Private Coverage
CDC figures show private plan use held steady among consumers who earn too much to qualify for subsidies.
10 States Where the Millennials Are More Obese Than the Seniors
High levels of weight problems at young ages could lead to underwriting, and claim, nightmares.
Uninsured Rate Soars for the Moderately Broke : CDC
The new numbers also show that insured people need more help with paying out-of-pocket costs.
Life Expectancy for a 65-Year-Old Increases 1.6 years
Age groups that seemed to lose ground in the 1999-2001 data period now look sturdier.
5 States Where Heavy Drinking Is Common
Heavy drinking is almost three times as common in the most bibulous states.
5 Worst States for Diabetes
About 12.6% of all U.S. adults ages 20 and older have this potentially deadly condition.
10 Worst States for Death-Rate Improvement
This ranking could affect where life insurance gets cheaper, and where annuities get more expensive.
Workers in High-Deductible Plans Report More Bill Problems
For individual policy users, problem rates may be about the same for high- and low-deductible coverage.
Life Expectancy Holds Steady, but Not for 95-Year-Olds
In 2013, overall life expectancy at birth held steady at 78.8 years.
5 Ways to Use the New US Life Tables
The National Center for Health Statistics has come out with new tools for your toolbox.