Critics accused the store of using its novelty items to promote substance abuse. Health experts say America's prescribing itself enough problems as it is.
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A new flu study confirms it: Giving ill workers time off cuts down on workplace ailments, saving big money.
Even Obamacare coverage with reasonably priced monthly premiums can quickly turn into a financial burden.
The Supreme Court's decision cuts both ways for the biotech company that had patented the genes thought to cause breast cancer.
The numbers are still small but rising, creating both cost savings and some new headaches.
The retail giant denies the strategy is aimed at reducing costs, but the move could sidestep Obamacare enrollment.
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