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The Future of Health Care: Cut Out the Insurance Middleman

We’re used to random health care insurance increases of 10% to 20% every year or so. But in December my policy was simply terminated without anything changing on my part.

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The Health Care Scam Continues

$51,720.77. That’s how much my health insurance company boasted I’d saved through their efforts in 2014. Right. According to my Health Statement, my medical bills totaled $66,564.88 last year. However,

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DIY Health Care

If you’re a technology geek in any way, then you wait every year with bated breath to see what gets rolled out at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las

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Healthcare and Biotech

Over the holidays, I found myself commiserating with my father about the fact that no one warns you that the human body starts to break down around age 45. We

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Purchasing Power: Good Luck Getting Out of THIS

As I age, I’m fighting to stay healthy (while trying to keep whatever purchasing power I have left). My battle is not life-threatening or even serious, but it involves some

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Your Purchasing Power May Drop Again

If state funding for health-care costs and retirees do not improve, the taxpayer’s purchasing power will be affected because the cost may have to rest on their shoulders. But let’s

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The Health Effects of Declaring Obesity a Disease

I’m certain I’ve messed up in many ways while raising my children… and I’m also certain my children will explain those failures to me in great detail as they get

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Living With the Reality of Affordable Care Act

I think Jack Nicholson is crazy. I don’t know him personally, but he just looks… off. Particularly in those old films like “Five Easy Pieces,” “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s

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Health Care Stocks Dominate Under ACA

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) obviously changes how the government interacts with the private sector to support a healthy, thriving society. And under the new policy, there’ll be winners and