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Playing with fire

I have a confession to make: I’m doing something stupid.

Yes, I had a few days of pain-free runs, but the pain has come back in the arch, bunion, and tendon, exactly where it was when this all started. 147 more words


Colorado Sold Nearly 5 Million Marijuana Edibles in 2014

Colorado just got its first year-long batch of data on the state’s grand experiment with legal marijuana. In the first annual report on supply and demand, Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division disclosed on Friday that 4.8 million edible marijuana products and nearly 150,000 lbs. 524 more words

Brown: States & Abortions

In today’s society many women and young girls are getting pregnant. Depending on the circumstances they either keep the baby, give it up for adoption, or have an abortion. 330 more words

High Costs Of HIV Drugs On Some Illinois Insurance Plans May Be Discriminatory, Say Advocates

Two major insurers are charging much more than others for several common HIV and AIDS medications in Illinois, drawing complaints from AIDS advocates that the companies may be trying to discourage high-cost patients from choosing their plans on the federal health insurance marketplace. 1,425 more words

Cost And Quality

Obama's advice to Oregon gov: 'Get some exercise'

President Obama spent Thursday afternoon wooing local television stations over trade deals, and it just so happened one of those stations was from Oregon, whose new Democratic governor has been on the job for just a week. 157 more words


5 Things To Know About The Supreme Court Case Challenging The Health Law

The Affordable Care Act is once again before the Supreme Court.

On March 4, the justices will hear oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case challenging the validity of tax subsidies helping millions of Americans buy health insurance if they don’t get it through an employer or the government. 930 more words

The Health Law

Sign-Up Season Is Over, But List Of Special Enrollment Events Is Expanding

When the annual sign-up period for individual Obamacare coverage ended earlier this month, it meant that in general, people are locked into their plans for the year. 325 more words

The Health Law