Know many confused 65-year-olds? Probably not. But confusion is the reason CMS gives for reducing the number of prescription drug plan choices from many to few.
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Poet Edwin Honig allowed his cousin to chronicle their visits as he succumbed to Alzheimer's, holding on to poetry to the end.
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The compulsion to starve yourself can be mystifying to most people who struggle with overeating.
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Young people aren't the only ones who might be putting off healthcare coverage until tomorrow. The White House is making Latinos the focus of its final month's enrollment push.
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If the first Obamacare enrollment period taught us one thing, it's that shopping for and buying health insurance is complicated. So the White House is giving us an extra month in 2015.
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The state's inaction in supporting ACA enrollment has left the work of reaching uninsured Hispanics to others.
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The enrollment effort at Calle Ocho is part of a national effort to ensure Latinos know about quality, affordable health insurance now available through the health insurance marketplace.
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Several years ago Florida legislators allowed schools to open nursing programs without the state Board of Nursing.'s approval. The result: unaccredited programs and low test stores.
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