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WATCH: Americans With Pre-Existing Conditions Sound Off on the Potential Repeal of the ACA

Up to 133 million Americans have pre-existing conditions covered by the Affordable Care Act. If the Supreme Court overturns the law, the consequences could be disastrous.

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Trump Will Get Top-Notch Care for COVID-19. Not All Americans Can Say the Same.

The care Trump is likely to receive in the coming days will set him apart from most people who’ve contracted the virus, a disproportionate percentage of whom have been Black, Latino, or low-income.

A man sits at an exercise bike at a gym. Social distancing and wellness are at the top of mind when it comes to reopening Michigan during COVID-19. (Shutterstock)
Michigan Gyms Are Reopening After 6 Months. Here’s What to Know

Michigan gyms are finally reopening but with health precautions. Here’s the rundown on how to stay safe while you sweat.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer led by example when she asked Michiganders to get flu shots this season. Photo courtesy of the Governor's office.
Flu Shots Are More Important Than Ever. Help Contain Outbreaks by Reducing Your Risk.

Here’s your go-to guide for Michigan for flu vaccines this season.

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Henry Ford’s Hydroxychloroquine Study Has Been Rejected by the FDA, Too.

Hydroxychloroquine is not effective or safe, the FDA found, and should not be used as an emergency coronavirus treatment.

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Biden Has Detailed Plans That Could Help Women in America. Trump Has Nothing.

How the two campaigns differ on health policy, plans for child care, and violence against women.

FILE - In this July 31, 2020, file photo, letter carriers load mail trucks for deliveries at a U.S. Postal Service facility in McLean, Va. The success of the 2020 presidential election could come down to a most unlikely government agency: the U.S. Postal Service.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
Trump’s War on the Post Office Is Threatening the Lives of Veterans

President Trump is cutting costs to the Postal Service ahead of the November election, but it’s having another potentially dangerous consequence: Medication isn’t arriving for those who need it most.