Health insurance plans may soon have to offer prescription contraception at no upfront cost to women.
Will all health insurance plans soon have to offer all FDA-approved forms of prescription contraception at no upfront cost to women? They will if Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius accepts the recommendations released today from an expert panel of the Institute of Medicine.
NPR colleagues, including Peter Sagal, braved a taste-test of the Denny's Fried Cheese Melt last summer.
One of the reasons why Americans are still getting fat is that we eat too much. And it doesn't help that the nation's restaurant chains promote their oversized and fattening food items, while at the same time touting their new healthier menu options for kids.
As Mark reported earlier, President Obama threw his weight behind a budget plan that a bi-partisan group of senators knows as the "Gang of Six" crafted and presented today.
In an interview with NPR's Robert Siegel, Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), a member of the gang, said the plan could find support among Republican members of the House of Representatives, who have been adamant about supporting any kind of tax increase.