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Archive for January, 2011
In a society that glorifies youth, we seem to fear aging more than anything else. Botox, teeth whitening, and tummy tucks are among many procedures that reflect our obsession... Read more
It isn't Valentine's Day yet, but two Massachusetts health insurance companies are already talking about getting hitched. Harvard Pilgrim and Tufts Health Plan have signed an... Read more
It appears that health care consumers are not the only ones looking to save a little money. The federal government collected $4 billion through health care fraud prevention and... Read more
When it comes to the discussion on health reform, the spotlight has been firmly planted on the health insurance mandate scheduled for 2014. While the mandate may be considered... Read more
Health reform seems to be a political hot potato that simply won't go away. After a passionate public debate that dominated the 2008 presidential election, the Obama... Read more
Joining in the battle over women's health care, California has begun prohibiting health insurance companies from using gender to determine individual health insurance policy... Read more
With a $1.17 trillion federal deficit and a public anxious to eliminate $14 trillion in national debt, Congress has signaled willingness to cut some programs that were... Read more
Oftentimes, it's what you do before you are sick that can really make the difference. A new study published by the health policy journal Health Affairs takes this concept a step... Read more
Retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is stepping out of the box. Best known for the "big box" concept of retailing, the company is heading into a new frontier. While its Sam's Club... Read more
From Nov. 15 - Dec. 31, Medicare beneficiaries saw a flurry of activity in their mailboxes. Letters, postcards and glossy brochures arrived, each promising fabulous things for... Read more