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States eye health insurance regulations to control drug costs | FierceHealthcare

Read the following. How does all that sound to you, good ideas? My favorite is the requirement that only fixed co-payment drug plans can be offered. 423 more words


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A humble house stands in the middle of a tilled farmland ready for another planting season.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


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Rice grains look astounding as they turn golden a few weeks after.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


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A tricycle, a kind of motorcycle rickshaw, meets another motorcycle along a highway traversing the town of Naic. While the streets in towns in upper Cavite province that are near the country’s capital are highly congested, the towns down under that are close to the mountains and farms enjoy a laid-back traffic.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


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Sakáda farmers make the “peace” and “rock” hand signs. After a full day of harvesting, they go home soiled and dusty. Their sun-baked skin is proof of their diligence.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


Run for Refreshment

Don’t take the title literally okay?

Last week, my friends and I participated on a scholarship fun run. It was new to me since I don’t rarely join to this kind of event, especially when I know that it’s going to be jam packed with people. 99 more words


the Sage of Madison Heights

In honor of this week’s BI National Convention, here’s a lengthy (but representative) Smart Money article about NAIC, investment clubs and Tom O’Hara. Smart Money is “extinct” and reprints of the January 1999 issue are scarce. 3,635 more words