Medical Tourism Changes Tune for Retirees Singing Blues

Friday, August 2, 2013

What a drag it’s been getting old for some public-sector employees. Once promised a lifetime of healthcare benefits, a generation of city workers waits on edge listening to…

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Knock-Knock: Obamacare Comes Calling to Your Neighborhood

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

The knock on the door was unexpected. Most are when it’s the feds who are calling. Tammy Spencer, a volunteer canvasser with the nonprofit Enroll America, didn’t have…

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Birth American Style: Royal Treatment or King-Sized Expense?

Monday, July 29, 2013

Americans who think Britain’s newest heir to the throne got the royal treatment should guess again. The birth of George Alexander Louis to Prince William and his wife,…

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Doctors Inject Dose of Skepticism toward Curing Healthcare Ills

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Doctors remain among the most skeptical stakeholders toward President Obama’s prescription for curing the nation’s healthcare ills. A new survey finds an overwhelming number of physicians don’t believe…

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Expensive Medical Bills: More Americans Can Bank on It

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Medical bills can completely overwhelm a family when illness strikes, an unfortunate concern Americans can certainly bank on. In fact, escalating medical bills are expected to push 1.7…

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Aging Gracefully: Medical Tourism Provides Answers to AARP

Thursday, June 20, 2013

With a little bit of planning and some caution, senior citizens and AARP members learned they could not only sightsee after retirement, but take care of a medical…

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Obamacare: Good for America; not Good for Congress?

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

President Barack Obama’s legislative attempt at overhauling the nation’s healthcare system may be beyond repair. Take it from the people who would know best. Congressional leaders in both…

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Puerto Rican Doctors Jumping Ship for Mainland Destinations

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Doctor’s orders may now include packing bags, leaving Puerto Rico and becoming medical tourists. Already frustrated with long lines and a scarcity of specialists, patients in Puerto Rico…

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