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Sumner Redstone Will Testify In Health Care Trial After All - Deadline
Deadline

Sumner Redstone Will Testify In Health Care Trial After All
Deadline
After weeks of will-he-or-won't-he legal wrangling and posturing, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge today ruled that Sumner Redstone will give testimony in the looming trial over who controls the mogul's health care and ultimately perhaps who pulls ...

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Why Is Health Care So Much More Expensive Than It Used To Be? - Power Line (b...
Why Is Health Care So Much More Expensive Than It Used To Be?
Power Line (blog)
ANALYSIS: TRUE. Every Industry Gets Worse When Government Gets Involved. ?This is easily provable with Public Choice Theory, and consistently proven in practice.? I would add two points about the chart. First, the increased cost of health care ...



Hepatitis C Treatment Highlights Disparity in Worldwide Drug Prices - snopes.com
snopes.com

Hepatitis C Treatment Highlights Disparity in Worldwide Drug Prices
snopes.com
Origin:The high cost of medications in the United States has been a major topic of discussion since well before President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law in 2010. While it is possible to get extraordinarily good health care in the U.S ...



Kennedy clan member talks about battle with addiction, mental illness - Londo...
London Free Press

Kennedy clan member talks about battle with addiction, mental illness
London Free Press
Presented by St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation and the Canadian Mental Health Association Middlesex, the Breakfast of Champions raises money to support mental-health care programs through St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation. ?When we can talk ...

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A victim of health care cuts - Toronto Star
A victim of health care cuts
Toronto Star
Re: Trip to Buffalo for transplant came too late, April 27. Trip to Buffalo for transplant came too late, April 27. I do not for a moment place myself in the same tragic category as Sharon Shamblaw. But provincial underfunding of more routine medical ...



Veterans More Likely to Delay Seeking Health Care - Managed Care magazine
Veterans More Likely to Delay Seeking Health Care
Managed Care magazine
Military veterans are more likely to report delays in seeking necessary health care compared with the U.S. general population, according to a study in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Such self-reported care delays may be related ...

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NC doctor sentenced to prison for health care fraud - WXII The Triad
NC doctor sentenced to prison for health care fraud
WXII The Triad
NC doctor sentenced to prison for health care fraud. Published 4:47 PM EDT May 02, 2016. Tweet · NEXT STORY. W-S Sheetz robbed at gunpoint; 2 wanted. Text Size: ASmall Text; AMedium Text; ALarge Text. Jail prison bars diagrid. Photos. Jail prison bars ...

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State releases new income guidelines for children, youth with special health ...
State releases new income guidelines for children, youth with special health care needs program
Bismarck Tribune
?Approximately one in seven children in North Dakota has a special health care need. Although many of these children may be covered by some type of health insurance, Children's Special Health Services acts as a gap-filler for over 100 medically ...



The Long, Hard Slog of Health Care Reform (Abridged Version) - Mother Jones
Mother Jones

The Long, Hard Slog of Health Care Reform (Abridged Version)
Mother Jones
Earlier today, in the course of linking to a Ryan Cooper post about Bernie Sanders, I mentioned that I thought Cooper was "very, very wrong about the history of health care reform too, but I'll leave that for another time." Well, why not now? Here is ...



State Spending More on Mental Health Care, but Waitlist for Beds Grows - Gilm...
State Spending More on Mental Health Care, but Waitlist for Beds Grows
Gilmer Mirror
Despite an infusion of funding from lawmakers for the state's mental health care system, Texas struggles to provide psychiatric care for all patients who need it. Crumbling, century-old state hospitals today have around 400 people on waiting lists, and ...

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