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The federal Affordable Care Act will likely help many immigrants, but questions and hurdles remain. And minority populations start from a big deficit on health insurance.

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Karyn Johnson has a daunting task: getting the 31,265 smokers in Worcester, Massachusetts to quit. Back in the early 2000s, five full-time staff members worked on smoking cessation in Worcester.

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I wanted to help my readers understand where the health reform law's Prevention Fund dollars were actually headed and then let them draw their own judgments about the value of those investments.

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A sampling of reaction from politicians, patients, advocates and pundits on today's historic Supreme Court decision on health reform.

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Tomorrow, doctors will still be taking care of their patients, regardless of the Supreme Court's decision on health reform.

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Get the information you need for smart coverage of the Supreme Court's decision on health reform.

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What Americans should know about the immediate aftermath of the Supreme Court decision on health reform.

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What media really need to address in covering the looming Supreme Court decision on health reform is less about election-year politics and more about what it will mean for ordinary Americans.

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How a ruse to catch Osama Bin Laden hurts global health, misleading campaign ads about Medicare, and tax-exempt hospitals as targets, plus more from our Daily Briefing.

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