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Feds will operate 26 health exchanges with little local help
Tue Feb 19, 2013
We got higher estimates on the healthcare.gov website. The first option presented to me under Insurance for Individuals and Families was a HSA Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield plan that had 1066.00 monthly base rate.
Health reform plan for 'uninsurables' winds down
Sun Feb 17, 2013
This entire law needs to be repealed.
Boehner accuses Obama of not having 'the guts' to cut spending
Tue Feb 12, 2013
Why don't they do just do away with insurance companies, the new health insurance reform law, and for profit medicine and that will cut spending considerably!
ADHD in kids jumps 24 percent in a decade, study shows
Mon Jan 21, 2013
Take a look at Nikhil Swaminathan's article, Stealth Bomb in Psychology Today magazine. It is about pesticides undermining physical and mental health.
Flu season fuels debate over paid sick time laws
Mon Jan 21, 2013
I think the real problem is not so much about sick leave or vacation leave.
Flu season worsens; 29 children die
Fri Jan 18, 2013
How Vaccines Work The human immune system is a complex network of cells and organs that evolved to fight off infectious microbes. Much of the immune system's work is carried out by an army of various specialized cells, each type designed to fight disease in a particular way. The invading microbes f …
FDA approves next-generation, bug-based flu vaccine
Wed Jan 16, 2013
Vaccine Mechanism As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explains, vaccines work to stimulate the body's immune system. When a person gets infected by a virus, the body creates antibodies that are used to fight off that virus. Once the virus has been eliminated, the immune system makes sp …
Crowded vaccine schedule for babies safe, study finds
Wed Jan 16, 2013
The picture shows a child being vaccinated against the flu, but the article is discussing childhood disease vaccinations, no mention of the safety of the flu vaccine.
Don't be selfish: Get a flu shot and protect the most vulnerable, bioethicist says
Fri Jan 11, 2013
Laurali, After reading some of the comments from folks posting to several different articles about the flu, I am wondering what is going on with the bodies of some individuals. You say that the flu vaccine is a inactive/dead virus particle, right? It cannot cause illness because it is an inactivate …
Obama administration OKs more health insurance marketplaces
Thu Jan 3, 2013
I still haven't figured it out. I know it sounds stupid, but since I am deaf and cannot hear conversation, it makes perfect sense to me since I don't overhear stuff people talk about day to day, including insurance information. But I still don't get *understand* one thing.
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