As insurers grow larger, the effect on consumers depends largely on how successfully other companies, particularly those created or attracted by the Affordable Care Act, can compete.
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In water-starved California, pool repairman Kevin Wallace might be viewed as a hero in a scuba suit.
Mike Bolsinger had to leave his last start because of food poisoning. On Sunday, the New York Mets had him feeling sick again.
Former Loyola center Thomas Welsh is coming home with a gold medal.
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The Lakers have agreed to sign free agent forward Brandon Bass.
For two decades, Dan Jauregui has boasted he is the No. 1 fan of the Chargers football team.
6/23 Tuesday — Day 108 The quintessential day on the AT. It couldn’t have been planned better. We exited the strange lodging known as Pocono Inn and made our way for the fourth time to Village Farmer. A delicious breakfast sandwich and coffee and we were on our way back on the trail fully refreshed......
Princess Charlotte was christened today in the church where Diana Princess of Wales was baptized - St Mary Magdalene Church, on the Sandringham Estate Norfolk. The post Princess Charlotte is Christened! appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
Addiction science and neuroscience will make your head spin.
MECCA, Calif. — Whenever her sons rush indoors after playing under the broiling desert sun, Guadalupe Rosales worries. They rarely heed her constant warning: Don’t drink the water. It’s not safe. The 8- and 10-year-olds stick their mouths under a kitchen faucet and gulp anyway.Read full article >>
The last few weeks have been anything but conventional. I left off in Damascus (not) looking forward to a 21 mile slackpack the next day. That actually went really well. I hiked 21+ miles in 8 hours and followed up with drinks with friends at the Damascus brewery. What has transpired since, however, has been a......
The underling theory of somatic psychiatry is that the source of human struggle is considered to be the brain itself, rather than the person. Treatments that follow from this simplistic, mechanistic, and reductionist notion have been to act directly on the brain, always with violating and destructive outcomes. This is now the tenet of the American Psychiatric Society.
By Michael Lanza When I think about U.S. national parks, I remember hiking with my family to Yosemite Valley’s waterfalls. Seeing Yellowstone’s geysers both in summer (a great park trip with young kids) and cross-country skiing in winter. Sea kayaking … Continue reading ?
I live in L.A. now. Well, not in L.A. but close enough to hear its nutty muttering. Close enough to shop at supermarkets that have entire aisles of gluten free food, attend "mindful meditation" sessions at a number of locations, and experience the promotion of a constant stream of colon cleanses, all meant to make me more healthy. Show More Summary
Source: Chronicle Augusta.com Mike Magee This week, Ted Kaptchuk and Franklin Miller published a seminal article in the New England Journal of Medicine titled, “Placebo Effects in Medicine”. I believe it will be remembered for many years,...Show More Summary
Karen is back with another fabulous post! Thanks, Karen for filling in on the weight loss posts while I am making this baby! When I started this weight loss journey in February 2014, I was focused on losing weight for myself. Soon though,...Show More Summary
Starting June 24 Day 72: 25.4 mi (1084.8) After a morning of trail magic, the newly minted Heet Train pushed through miles fast in hopes of getting Italian food. There was no Italian food but instead food at the concession stand. It was still good. $12 food Day 73: 24.5 (1109.3) After a struggle through......
USC picked up a commitment from Michael Pittman, who was once committed to UCLA, on Saturday.