Your college-aged kid can stay on your plan -- but it may not provide the right coverage. Now's the time to check.
Discounts are available on sports physicals as kids head back to school. Also, where you can find free or low-cost vaccinations.
Classes start soon, so time for a pop quiz: Does your student have the right car, health and property insurance? Here's a cheat sheet.
A reader says a hospital is threatening to turn her over to collections unless she begins paying off a $7,000 bill right now.
Don't toss that envelope. It might contain a fat rebate check from your health insurance company.
Want to retire early or ditch a lousy job to work on your own? Come 2014, you can do so with lots less worry, particularly if you have a less-than-perfect medical history.
Here are likely consequences for 5 key groups from the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act decision. The ruling will impact 2 of those groups more than the others.
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