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Picking Health Insurance 'Worse Than Talking To Your Ex,' Says Survey

Shutterstock How much do wedread picking ourhealth-care plans? More than talking with an ex or walking across hot coals — at least according to 48% of those surveyed by insurer Aflac. Hyperbole? Sure, but that doesn’t make survey results released todayin Aflac’s Open Enrollment Survey ring less true. The endless tumult surrounding [...]
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