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House Approves Budget Bill With MinnesotaCare Cuts (WCCO 4)
St. Paul (AP) Over bitter objections from some Democrats, the Republican-controlled House approved an $8.1 billion health budget bill Friday that would eliminate public health insurance for at least 24,000 adults.
Health Alert: Making babies, Part II (WIS-TV Columbia)
(Undated) April 29, 2005 - For two years Karen and Andy Carcher of Florence tried to get pregnant through natural and assisted methods. Nothing was working.
Nowhere to go (British Medical Journal)
So far in this election the debate on health policy has been reduced to a series of headline seeking but largely irrelevant issues, like methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and hospital cleaning, matrons, health checks for immigrants, and new children''s hospitals.
Why GM''s Plan Won''t Work (BusinessWeek)
...and the ugly road ahead
The big retirement headache (CNN Money)
After 26 years with steel giant LTV, Betty Boyce was ready to have fun.
Health premiums set to double inflation (Sydney Morning Herald)
Consumers should expect private health insurance premiums to keep rising by twice the inflation rate every year, according to the head of Ramsay Health Care, Australia''s new largest private hospital operator.
No relief for health premiums (The Age)
Tax aid would lift the take-up of health insurance, set to keep rising at twice CPI, says new hospital giant Ramsay.
The Saga of John and Terry Wheeler Continues (Kitco.com)
The following short story is hypothetical in nature, but is based on what was, what is and what will be. Things could have been better, but they could have been worse.
Pinching your pennies (St. Petersburg Times)
Whether you live on a fixed income or simply enjoy the thrill of the hunt for savings, many resources can help make the most of your money. MaryLou Gustin does not believe in paying full price ... for anything ... ever. The 72-year-old South Pasadena resident has always been this way, she said.
Curbing costs of medical scans Insurers seek to rein in fast-growing use of pricey high-tech MRIs and CTs (San Francisco Chronicle)
Imaging procedures such as CT scans and MRIs have been hailed as one of the miracles of modern medicine, letting doctors see inside the body to spot tumors and other abnormalities.