A Health Advocate’s Guide to the Debate on Deficit and Debt Reduction

A Health Advocate’s Guide to the Debate on Deficit and Debt Reduction -

Recently, a blizzard of deficit and federal debt reduction plans has emerged from across the political spectrum.

Insurers face cap on nonmedical spending

Insurers face cap on nonmedical spending

Sunday, December 12, 2010  11:32 PM

The Columbus Dispatch

Starting next year, health insurers will have to spend at least 80 percent of the premiums they collect on medical costs or improving care.

If they don't, they'll have to repay customers beginning in 2012.

Giving thanks this holiday season

Giving thanks this holiday season -

Thanksgiving is a holiday where Americans gather together with their family and friends and, as the name implies, give thanks for everything they have. With the recession, it’s been difficult for many families to find the silver lining. Millions of hard-working Americans have been laid off, losing their income as well as health care benefits for themselves and their families.

Dental Therapists: A community solution to the oral health care crisis

Dental Therapists: A community solution to the oral health care crisis -

In one of the most memorable scenes in Cast Away, Tom Hanks, who is stranded on a deserted island and has a toothache, gruesomely removes his tooth with a figure skate because he can no longer live with the pain.

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