Cinthia Orozco gets help signing up for health insurance from Griselda Zamora, a health care specialist at a health fair in Sacramento, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

The bad news about the exchanges — as we’ve heard time and time again — is that enrollment efforts are falling short. A majority of the uninsured are still in the dark about the law, its subsidy help and have yet to even visit the website.

But a Commonwealth Fund study fills us in on some good news about the exchanges: Most visitors who browsed for coverage using reported being in good health. And, researchers said, 40 percent were young adults ages 19 to 34.

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