Top stories in health and medicine this morning, March 14, 2012

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1. Moms, Babies OK with Low-Dose Warfarin. It appears to be safe for young women with new-generation aortic valves to maintain a low dose of warfarin therapy during pregnancy.

2. Tweaks to ACA Run Gamut from Premiums to Prescription Cost. Two years after its passage, the sweeping health care overhaul remains deeply controversial, with both political parties trying to use it to their advantage in the upcoming elections.

3. Prediabetes Cutoff Called Cost-Effective. Using hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) to catch prediabetes may be cost-effective if the threshold for diagnosis set at 5.7%.

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