What's the problem with health insurance?; The world's most powerful MRI set to go online soon;

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> A column in HealthNewsDigest discusses the problem with health insurance and questions whether it will ever satisfy the demands of payers, providers and patients. Column

> An appeals court sided Friday with two Ohio business owners who challenged the birth control mandate on religious grounds, LifeHealthPro reported. Article

> Since Alameda Alliance for Health is not licensed by the state to sell commercial insurance, Covered California removed it from the exchange until further notice, according to Healthcare Payer News. Article

Medical Imaging News

> An MRI scanner powerful enough to be used on a 60-metric-ton armored tank will be going online in a little more than a year from now, according to the scanner's developer. Article

> Precisely targeting and limiting radiation dosing through proton therapy can cut side effects for pediatric patients undergoing treatment for head and neck cancer. Article

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