Under a new FDA ruling, makers of the generic drugs must indicate that the drug is intended for “women 17 years of age or older.”
If the researchers are right, screening all women starting at 40 yields a lot of false diagnoses—without any clear benefit.
Stories of real-life Obamacare “rate shock” have revived an old debate. Previously, health insurers could charge women higher premiums than they charged men. Insurers could also exclude maternity benefits. Obamacare prohibits those practices and conservatives are angry. Why should men have to pay higher insurance prices for services they will never use directly?
Here's the latest ad against Obamacare. It involves a young woman on a medical-exam table and a creepy Uncle Sam mask. I'm not sure I can fully capture it with words, so just watch it—all the way until the end.