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• A new poll finds that most Americans support protections for pre-existing conditions under the Affordable Care Act. They worry about losing coverage or rising costs without these safeguards in place. Read More »
• The Florida Department of Health says 541 mothers died from complications of pregnancy and childbirth in the state over the past decade. They say hemorrhages were the leading cause. A lack of access to maternal care is to blame. Read More »
• Glorimarie Rodríguez knows staying behind in Puerto Rico’s darkness would have meant certain death for her 2-year-old son. In the week before Hurricane Maria hit the island, Matthew González was in the hospital with a bleeding ulcer and complications related to his disorder that required surgeries. After the storm, most of the island lost electricity and access to running water, including hospitals. Rodríguez knew Matthew needed the care of specialists immediately, and the chances of finding that during a humanitarian crisis were slim. So like thousands of others fleeing deteriorating conditions, Rodríguez and her toddler boarded a plane to Orlando. Unlike many who have made their way to Florida and remained uninsured, Rodríguez says she was able to get Medicaid … Read More »