While some patients are skittish about it, doctor's visits over a computer are becoming more popular.
Total cost of premiums didn't rise much this year, but employees are paying a higher percentage and seeing cuts in benefits.
Consumers looking for a seasonal flu vaccination can get them early and cheap.
The new state high-risk plans are just a stopgap. But they might provide the insurance coverage you need until health care reform fully kicks in.
According to a new survey, most Americans think doctors are more loyal to big drug companies than to individual patients.
AARP finds costs up 41.5% in 5 years -- 3 times the rate of inflation. The industry faults the report for excluding generics.
Want to reduce the cost of U.S. health care? A whole bunch of us need to eat less and exercise more.
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