Cynthia Koons

U.S. health care reporter at Bloomberg

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Healthcare reporter for Bloomberg News

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The pandemic has exacerbated the problems parents face when it comes to balancing work and taking care of their kids.

What are Biden’s child care plans? Pandemic has left millions of working mothers jobless

The pandemic has exacerbated the problems parents face when it comes to balancing work and taking care of their kids.

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Today the Supreme Court heard arguments in a major abortion case out of Louisiania.

As Supreme Court hears major Louisiana abortion case, clinics nationwide still struggle

Today the Supreme Court heard arguments in a major abortion case out of Louisiania.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

As a new year begins, schools and parents are grappling with a price increase for EpiPens — recommended by Congress for all schools and many public places.

EpiPen price increases get lawmakers scrutiny

As a new year begins, schools and parents are grappling with a price increase for EpiPens — recommended by Congress for all schools and many public places.

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