The idea of a health insurance plan that offers coverage to all members of the family may seem like a fantasy, but it’s one that’s being embraced by millions of Americans.
The new insurance industry, which is expanding rapidly as the U.S. population ages, is making the idea a reality.
In fact, insurers have been offering coverage to almost all members, according to research from the American College of Cardiology.
In a new study, researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston looked at health insurance coverage for more than 1,300 adults and children ages 15 to 64, including more than 4 million Americans over age 55.
The researchers found that among adults, insurance coverage is nearly universal, with more than 95 percent having health insurance, and about 95 percent of adults and nearly half of children being covered.
But, according of the report, it’s the younger adults that are least likely to be covered.
About one-third of those under age 35 are uninsured, while nearly two-thirds of those age 65 and older are.
The data also showed that a significant share of young adults (16-24 years old) have no health insurance.
That means they can’t count on the government or their parents to provide them with care.
It’s also true for young adults who live in states that require parents to be insured, or for people living in rural areas that don’t offer coverage at all.
But among people in urban areas, nearly all (97 percent) are covered, the researchers found.
And in all, nearly four in 10 people under age 65 are insured.
The authors of the study, led by Beth Meehan, MD, a senior research associate at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, said that coverage is particularly important for people with pre-existing conditions because it protects them from catastrophic events, such as medical bills, and helps prevent them from being exposed to new conditions.
The American Medical Association, which represents more than 3,600 medical groups, has been urging Congress to pass legislation to help Americans protect their health insurance through the ACA, which was passed by Congress in 2010.
While most people don’t pay their insurance bills on a regular basis, the ACA has allowed insurers to offer lower rates and higher deductibles to lower-income Americans.
Under the ACA’s individual mandate, most Americans are required to buy health insurance or pay a fine.
The mandate is designed to provide financial stability for low- and middle-income people.
Insurance premiums have skyrocketed in recent years, even as coverage coverage has grown for many other Americans.
Meehans findings are consistent with what researchers have found in other research: People who have insurance tend to be healthier and live longer than people who don’t, and they tend to live in communities that have good coverage, according a 2015 analysis of health insurance data from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
The number of uninsured has grown in recent decades.
In 2016, the number of people without insurance reached an all-time high of 10.4 million.
But this year, the uninsured rate has dropped to 2.4 percent.
That’s down from 6.6 percent in 2015, according the Kaiser report.
This means more people are getting coverage, and the number receiving coverage is growing.
A 2016 study by researchers at the University of Chicago’s Health Services Research Institute found that for people who are not currently insured, health insurance can help them lower their health care costs by $2,000 a year, or save an average of $2.08 a month.
They also found that coverage also helps them manage chronic conditions, such in diabetes and high blood pressure, and that it’s a way for them to reduce medical bills.
In an effort to protect the health of people who do not have health insurance in the ACA marketplaces, insurance companies are offering discounts and other benefits, including free checkups and prescriptions, which are also not included in the traditional price.
In some cases, insurance plans have offered these benefits for years, and are now starting to provide the discounts.
According to Meegan, it is possible that some of the health care coverage that is available in the marketplaces is not available in other parts of the country, or in some states that have not implemented a premium tax credit.
“We need to do a better job of informing consumers about what they can expect,” she said.
“If we don’t do that, we may be going backwards.”
Health insurance coverage isn’t just about getting covered, however.
It also provides benefits that help people live healthier lives.
In one study, people with private insurance were more likely to have diabetes than those with no insurance, while those with employer coverage were less likely to develop diabetes than people without employer coverage.
The same study found that people who had high cholesterol and who had higher cholesterol levels were more than twice as likely to suffer from diabetes, compared to people who didn’t have these conditions. “In the U