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Thanks to Scott Hensley over at Shots, NPR’s Health Blog, for highlighting this sad but funny video on where we’re going with healthcare. Scary what happens when theory meets reality: …

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The New Healthcare Law: So Sad It's Funny – Better Health

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Thanks to Scott Hensley over at Shots, NPR’s Health Blog, for highlighting this sad but funny video on where we’re going with healthcare. Scary what happens when theory meets reality: …

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Vaccinating healthcare workers helps reduce the severity of flu outbreaks among patients, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The agency recommends all healthcare workers get annual flu shots, …

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New treatments for addiction to heroin or narcotic painkillers promise longer-lasting relief that may remove some day-to-day uncertainty of care: A once-a-month shot is now approved and a six-month implant is in the final testing phase.

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Longer-lasting options to treat drug addiction

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Health care reform has been a hot topic for both lawmakers and average citizens since President Barack Obama’s 2008 victory. Candidates for the 2010 elections have taken different stances on the provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which is to be fully enacted within the next few years.

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Newborn babies whose mothers got a flu shot while pregnant are less likely to get the flu or to be admitted to the hospital with a respiratory illness in the first six months of life, U.S. researchers said on Monday.

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When moms get flu shots, babies reap benefits

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The Viceroy, a swanky condominium complex in downtown Miami, gives the impression that the United States is in another real estate boom. The sales office is strangely exuberant. Buyers gush about the glam condos — designed by hipster tastemaker Kelly Wearstler — and their hotel-like amenities: poolside libations, daily housekeeping and room service food stirred up by a celebrity chef.

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Foreign buyers see big opportunity in housing bust

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In this photo taken Oct. 1, 2010, Gail O'Brien sits at her home in Keene, N.H.   O'Brien, 52, was uninsured and facing cancer treatments that would have left her family in debt.  She now pays $495 monthly for a plan with a $5,000 annual deductible.  (AP Photo/Jim Cole)It’s a centerpiece of President Barack Obama’s health care remake, a lifeline available right now to vulnerable people whose medical problems have made them uninsurable.





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Growing pains for a centerpiece of health overhaul

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Red Lion Hotels Corp. has hired Sandi Heffernan as its controller.

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The hottest toy of the 2010 holiday season could be a cheap, small, squishy character packaged in a plastic bubble reminiscent of grocery store toy machines, said toy experts Jim Silver and Christopher Byrne.

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Cute n’ cheap to rule holiday toy shopping: experts

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