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Most doctors think Obamacare opened up healthcare access, study says

Most doctors think Obamacare opened up healthcare access, study says

Health
Sept. 6 (UPI) -- Most doctors think Obamacare has helped patients get better healthcare, even as a lengthy court battle threatens to strike down the law, new findings show. About 60 percent of physicians in the United States thought the Affordable Care Act gave more people access to the medical treatment they wouldn't otherwise have had, according to research published September in the journal Health Affairs. Roughly 20 million people in the United States got coverage through the Affordable Care Act once the law was passed in 2012. "A slight majority of U.S. physicians, after experiencing the ACA's implementation, believed that it is a net positive for U.S. health care," the authors wrote. The study included 489 responses from 1,200 physicians surveyed in 2017. About 53 percent of docto...

Kremlin: Putin doesn’t think Moscow protests significant

World
The Kremlin says President Vladimir Putin is following mass opposition protests in Moscow, but does not believe they are significant enough. Giving the Kremlin's first official comments on the massive opposition protests in Moscow, Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday that Putin has not spoken out about the demonstrations because he does not think there is anything "exceptional" about them. Peskov rejected suggestions that the protests have plunged the Kremlin into a political crisis and defended police response at the three weekends of protests as "proportionate." He also said police are looking into reports of violence against peaceful protesters. Moscow has been gripped by large-scale opposition protests three weekends in the row, including last Saturday's rally which is believed to be the large...
Serge Pizzorno: ‘I think there’ll be a rebellion’

Serge Pizzorno: ‘I think there’ll be a rebellion’

Entertainment
Serge Pizzorno's shaggy shock of jet black hair, once instantly recognisable, is now sharp-fringed and shaved, a striking leopard print dyed into the back in a style worthy of Instagram dreams, should he be so inclined.He's not, really. While Kasabian and his new solo project, The S.L.P, have social media accounts, documenting every detail of his personal life, online is not for Pizzorno. It has to be about art, otherwise what's the point, he says. So the hair (definitely a work of art) does feature on The S.L.P's Instagram, along with his promotional shots, but these are about as close to a selfie as he gets. Image: Kasabian are taking a break following their 2017 album, For Crying Out Loud. Pic: Phil Knott Sitting in his publicist'...
Jason Donovan ‘didn’t think twice’ about Dreamcoat comeback

Jason Donovan ‘didn’t think twice’ about Dreamcoat comeback

Entertainment
Jason Donovan has said he "didn't have to think twice" about taking a role in a new production of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."Why wouldn't you complete that circle?," said the ex-Neighbours star, who famously played Joseph at the London Palladium in the 1990s.Joseph is now back at the Palladium, with newcomer Jac Yarrow in the title role and Donovan playing the Pharoah."It's a phenomenon," said Donovan of the musical first performed in 1968."Joseph is a timeless piece with a universal appeal that the audience has an incredible emotional connection to," he added.The 51-year-old said he had no reservations about playing a supporting role in a show he previously starred in. ...