One of the least popular provisions of Obamacare has been the requirement to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty. This "individual mandate" is one feature of the Affordable Care Act that Republicans have said they will repeal and replace the law. But according to some of the current proposals, the feature could still exist—in a slightly different form.
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Insurance Law Under Trump May Also Carry Penalty
NPR—One of the least popular provisions of Obamacare has been the requirement to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty. This "individual mandate" is one feature of the Affordable Care Act that Republicans have said they will repeal and replace the law. But according to some of the current proposals, the feature could still exist—in a slightly different form.
CNN—Calls to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline reached an all-time high as the presidential election results rolled in early on November 9th. Although calls to some agencies have leveled off in recent days, other crisis and suicide prevention services have continued to see higher-than-normal numbers of calls, texts, and messages.
The Guardian—According to a large study, high blood pressure rates around the world have almost doubled over the past 40 years to more than 1.1 billion. While rates have declined in wealthy countries-perhaps due to education about healthier diets and lifestyle choices-developing countries, especially in African and south Asia, have seen a sharp increase in high blood pressure rates.
Berkeley Wellness—Exercise can improve mood and help counter depression. A new study provides interesting evidence for this by examining what happens when active people are denied their exercise boost.
Health After 50—"Meditation" to some people evokes an image of a long-haired yogi sitting cross-legged and chanting "om." While chanting, or mantra meditation, is one method, other techniques have become more mainstream, and those who do it regularly say it provides mental, spiritual, and physical benefits.
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