Bloomberg: House Loudspeaker Boehner Says Repealing Health-Care Won’t Boost Deficit U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said repealing the 2010 health-care overhaul would not increase the federal budget deficit, disputing an estimate by congressional spending budget analysts. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated today that repealing the health-care laws would deepen the deficit by $145 billion from 2012 to 2019. Boehner, an Ohio Republican who became loudspeaker [Wednesday], told reporters, I really do not think that repealing the work – killing health-care bill is going to raise the deficit . Modern Healthcare: GOP Report Rips Health Reform Law The brand new Republican majority in the House released a written report Thursday they say makes a case for repealing the individual Protection and Affordable Treatment Act, which they plan to do in a few days.Premature infants can suffer respiratory distress, intraventricular hemorrhage and even cerebral palsy. Identified risk elements for preterm birth consist of smoking, alcohol consumption, advanced maternal age, genetics, cervical insufficiency, earlier preterm infection and birth. ‘In about half of most preterm births, the reason is unknown. It’s crucial to determine the multiple factors behind preterm birth so that effective therapies can be developed for each kind,’ said Dr. Roxane Holt, a maternal-fetal medicine fellow and co-lead writer of the study.