Kelly Kennedy

USA Today

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Health policy reporter for USA Today and author of They Fought for Each Other: The Triumph and Tragedy of the Hardest Hit Unit in Iraq

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CVS/Caremark announced today it will  no longer sell cigarettes or related tobacco products  in 7600 pharmacies.

CVS to Stop Selling Tobacco Products

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On  Capitol Hill  today, Republicans zeroed in on the Obama Administration and contractors who built the troubled website for Affordable Care Act.

Healthcare Hearing Gets Heated

On Capitol Hill  today, Republicans zeroed in on the Obama Administration and contractors who built the troubled website for Affordable Care Act.

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A new report puts a price tag on gun violence: $12 billion a year, including $1.4 billion to US taxpayers -- for Medicare and Medicaid payments to treat victims in emergency rooms.

Calculating the Financial Costs of Gun Shootings

A new report puts a price tag on gun violence: $12 billion a year, including $1.4 billion to US taxpayers -- for Medicare and Medicaid payments to treat victims in emergency rooms.

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