Hiring a personal fitness trainer could help you to propel your fitness levels forward by leaps and bounds. It really pays off. Here's why.
Nearly 5 million lower-income Americans are caught in a mismatch of state and federal rules that leave them with no help to buy insurance, while better-off workers can buy coverage with taxpayer-funded subsidies.
The study suggests that the Affordable Care Act could succeed in stabilizing insurance premiums.
The peak of the flu season could be upon us. Are you doing everything you can to protect yourself?
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Most major cruise lines have failed sanitation tests, but a few haven’t.
A new report says health plans sold on the ACA exchange are 4% lower than those of the average employer-provided plan.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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