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Larry Page, co-founder of Google and CEO of parent company Alphabet

Google is ramping up its plan to put its AI in the hands of doctors

Doctors spend too much time penning patient history and treatment plans but Google hopes AI can take over some of the note-taking chores so physicians can get back to treating patients.

The 35 most expensive reasons you might have to visit a hospital in the US — and how much it costs if you do

Heart diseases account for some of the most expensive health conditions for patients who have to stay in the hospital.
New Zealand and Australia top the list.

Forget Florida, here are the 24 best places to retire around the world

Affordability, healthcare, weather, and happiness are all factors to consider in a place to retire.

If CVS can pull this off, it’ll change what millions of Americans do when they get sick

OPINION: CVS' deal to acquire the health insurer Aetna could change healthcare in ways Americans will actually feel.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Amazon to enter major healthcare partnership — Apple Watch aids in treating depression — IBM Watson shows it...

A new partnership between Amazon and Cerner will help the e-commerce giant establish a foothold in healthcare cloud services.

More people go to the emergency room during the holidays — here’s why, according to ER doctors

Last Thanksgiving, more than 36,000 people in the US went to the emergency room due to a holiday disaster, according to the Consumer Products Safety Commission.

8 perks of living outside the US you can’t get in America

The US excels in some aspects — particularly big business and military might — but there are a handful of things other countries do much better.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, left, and Sen. Ted Cruz debate over the GOP's tax plan.

‘Don’t interrupt me when I’m interrupting you!’: Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders ribbed each other nonstop at CNN’s debate

Sens. Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz debated the Republican Party's tax plan, each throwing several verbal jabs at the other's expense.
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey in Washington

Congress is about to miss a major deadline on an important healthcare program — and some states could start to panic

The CHIP program expires September 30, at which point many states will start running out of funds.

A GOP senator is trying to stop Democrats from being the unintended winners of a repeal and replace of Obamacare

Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy plans an amendment to prevent states from using block grant funds to implement single-payer programs. But not everyone is on board.