Melissa Dahl, NBC News
Too many Americans are still clueless about the Affordable Care Act, despite the fact that insurance exchanges open on Tuesday, Oct. 1. To help demystify the ACA, NBC News chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman appears on Thursday’s broadcast of “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams.”
If you’re still confused — and we get that! — Snyderman will continue to answer your questions about next week’s Obamacare rollout. Ask your questions on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ with the hashtag #AskDrNancy, and Snyderman will answer some of the most important or common queries. And be sure to bookmark nbcnews.com/healthcare for more stories and explainers.
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Andrew M. Seaman, Reuters
The study is “really demonstrating a way to take what we already know to be effective… and translating it into the digital realm,” Sheana Bull, professor and chair of the Department of Community and Behavioral Health at the Colorado School of Public Health in Denver, said.
“I think it does have a lot of potential and a lot of promise,” said Bull, who wasn’t involved with the new study.
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Andrea Powell of FAIR Girls discusses sex trafficking online.
By Scott Stump, TODAY contributor
U.S. Marine Corps captain Matthew Phelps asked, and his partner Ben Schock said yes.
On Saturday night, Phelps was photographed getting down on one knee in what is believed to be the first same-sex marriage proposal ever made in the White House. The couple’s engagement came 14 months after the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell’’ policy officially ended, and the joyful photo was quickly passed around on social media shortly after it was posted online by the American Military Partner Association. The proposal occurred while Phelps and Schock were taking a Christmas tour of the White House together.
“Such a special night surrounded by wonderful people in an amazing place, and the best is still yet to come,” Phelps wrote on his Facebook page. “Thanks for all the wonderful greetings and messages, and thanks to Barack Obama and Michelle Obama for lending us your home for the occasion!”
“Such a wonderful night for us, and it’s received so much attention on Facebook!’’ Phelps also wrote on his blog. “Really, the only thing on my mind was making it a memorable and unforgettable night for Ben. Thank you all for the well wishes!!” FULL ARTICLE