Proving once more that if you need help with technology and websites, just ask some young people. Of course it helps if those young people know about computer coding. And it just so happens that three 23 year-old programmers in California solved one of the biggest problems with Healthcare.gov. That's right, the Obamacare website that has been giving so many people heartburn since it launched.

The biggest complaint from consumers is that they want prices up front so they can compare. Thehealthsherpa.com--a website created over a weekend by three young coders--takes information from the Healthcare.gov and presents it easily. Not only that, but it does a lot more.

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