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Senior Obama adviser David Axelrod talks wiretapping claims, Russia ties and more
Axelrod calls President Trump's claims of wiretapping by then-President Obama "ludicrous" and "an astonishing claim."
Boy's Severed Finger Leads to Insurance Angst
Irene Azzollini was relieved when doctors were able to reattach her son’s middle finger after he chopped it off in a freak accident, but the insurance company error that resulted in a $10,000 out-of-pocket bill left her feeling nothing but stressed and defeated. “I wasn’t...
Family Struggles With Medical Bills After Son's Accident
Insurance provider's error left California mom paying out-of-pocket for her son's emergency surgery.
TBI: Many Patients Do Not Get the Care Gabrielle Giffords Has
Many Insurance Companies Do Not Cover Long-Term Tramuatic Brain Injury Treatment
Stem Cell Bank Mistakenly Leaks Personal Information
The database compromise club has a new member. Mazel Tov, Cord Blood Registry. You are the latest organization to fail in your responsibility to your clients by neglecting to provide even minimal security for their personal data. Your membership card is in the mail. Who is CBR? Before diving into
HEALTH 2 Dec. 14
People living in sandy eight you are being offered the chance to choose doctors and hospitals on both sides of the US and Mexican border part of a plan called Health Net. for its customers Cynthia savings of nearly 25% compared to similar plans thanks to a small network and lower costs of health
DIY Energy Bars
If you like to much on granola bars as a healthy snack and let's face that it doesn't but you don't wanna keep selling out the money for store bop Graham might guessed it here's what. How to make healthy snack bars right at home. She's Camilla Salisbury author of the ultimate shortcut And winner of
Money Trail: Obama's Army Pick "Played the Game"
In Congress, McHugh Took Thousands from Special Interests, Inserted Millions in Earmarks
Calif. tells insurers to restore policies
California regulators Thursday ordered health insurers to reinstate some canceled policyholders and pay their medical bills. The fate of thousands of similar cases will be decided by a special arbiter. The move — which the insurers could challenge in court — is the latest effort by regulators to
Health Highlights: Feb. 24, 2008
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay: FEMA Agrees to Test Trailers for Formaldehyde Levels People living in trailers supplied by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) after hurricanes savaged the Gulf Coast in 2005 can file a