The tab for a brief instant of inattention? More than $1,900 so far.
Being absentminded really paid off at the end of the year, thanks to my flexible spending account.
Consumers can search database of payments made by pharmaceutical companies to health care providers.
What if doctors' offices were like the gym: pay $50 to $150 monthly and come as often as you like -- without insurance? It's already available.
If you have an individual health insurance policy that was issued before March 23, some of the new health reforms may not apply to you.
Over-the-counter medications will no longer be an eligible FSA expense in 2011.
Obese women earn less than their slimmer sisters, while obese men earn about the same as men of normal weight.
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