A Former 'Young Invincible' Looks Forward to Health Insurance

Kaiser Health News staff writer Sarah Varney, working in collaboration with NPR, reports: "Have you heard of the young invincibles? That’s the name given to young people who think nothing bad can happen to them -- healthy people whose enrollment in Obamacare insurance is key to offsetting the costs of older, less healthy buyers. Brad Stevens is a 54-year-old, not-so-young invincible— recently reformed" (Varney, 10/3). Read the story.

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