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Consider rotating into health care to increase your returns. Even as the market shifts and some sectors start to underperform, there are still opportunities if you look in the right places. “Health care funds are growing faster than the market,” says Stuart Michelson, a finance professor at St...


Weight loss: Following a crash diet can increase the risk of several health issues You might have come across several tips and tricks for weight loss till now. You may also find a number of quick fixes to your weight loss-related issues. Many try crash diets, change their food habits compl...


Do you have an addict in your circle? Those suffering from addiction do not always appear to have problems. Some signs you may notice that indicate that someone is in trouble can include when they drink or use drugs when alone, keep these things hidden away in out-of-the-way places or actively isol...


US booster shots start, even as millions remain unprotected  Associated PressPfizer CEO pushes back against former CDC head over vaccine IP rights  Fox Business'The writing is on the wall. Why can't they read it?': Teens aren't getting the Covid-19 vaccine even at clinics meant f...


Dive Brief: Private health insurance coverage declined 0.8 percentage points to 71.8% for adults ages 19 to 64 from early 2019 to early 2021, a period reflecting the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Census Bureau said Tuesday. The drop among working-age people was driven by...


LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- A prosecutor told a Los Angeles jury Wednesday that the operators of the now-defunct 1-800-GET-THIN ad campaign used fabricated sleep studies to convince insurance companies to pay out tens of millions of dollars for weight-loss surgery, but the defense countered that the def...


With a Monday deadline looming, thousands of health care workers in the state are risking their jobs by not getting a coronavirus vaccine. A mobile vaccination unit visiting the Bronx River Houses in New York City on Thursday. Credit... James Estrin/The New Yo...


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Pennsylvanians have less than two months until open enrollment through Pennie, the state-run health insurance marketplace, and medical professionals say there is a lot to consider when trying to pick a plan which is right for you. For residents who need to purchase their own plan for 2022, open enr...


Eva, who asked to be identified by only her first name, has worked on a dairy farm in Franklin County for 12 years. Photo by Elodie Reed/Vermont Public Radio Alicia Rodriguez dashed through the cow corrals, searching for her husband. In her hand was a Covid-19 vaccine dose that would expire i...


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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Frustrated by out-of-control increases in drug overdose deaths, California’s leaders are trying something radical: They want the state to be the first to pay people to stay sober. The federal government has been doing it for years with military veterans and research shows...