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101. Health and Human Services funding for abstinence education, education for teen pregnancy, and HIV/STD prevention, and other programs that address adolescent sexual activity

106. Health insurance coverage and the Affordable Care Act, 2010-2016

107. Health insurance issuer participation and new entrants in the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015

114. Hospital and medical care for all our people: "a program of great hope, of almost infinite promise, and yet of great practicability" : reports of chairman and sub-committees of North Carolina Hospital and Medical Care Commission, 1944-45

120. Impact of the Affordable Care Act coverage expansion on rural and urban populations

121. Incidence of the venereal diseases in U.S. Army troops, January 1940-June 1947: (preliminary data, based on periodic summary reports)

122. Increased coverage of preventive services with zero cost sharing under the Affordable Care Act

123. Individuals living in the community with chronic conditions and functional limitations: a closer look

129. The influence of sex of fetus-in-utero on length of intergestation period immediately following its birth: forming a supplement to a paper entitled "An inquiry concerning the influence of the sex of the fetus-in-utero on the ... condition of the mother during gestation, and of the infant during lactation, and subsequently", published in the Amer. Jour. of Obstet., N. Y., February, March, May, and June, 1884 : to which is added a list of the various papers published by the author

130. An insurance profile of rural America: chartbook : key facts about insurance coverage and healthcare access in rural America

148. The medical part of the final report made to the Secretary of War by the Provost Marshal General of the operations of the Bureau of the Provost Marshal General of the U.S: from the commencement of the business of the Bureau, March 17, 1863, to March 17, 1866, the Bureau terminating by law August 28, 1866