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Alphabet Inc., the parent of Google, reported that its health insurance business grew nearly sixfold last year, reports Becker’s Hospital Review. That business, Granular, provides stop-loss coverage to self-insured employers, and is a subsidiary of Alphabet's health care company, Verily, which itself more than doubled in revenue last year.