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Employers Can Offer Low-Cost Fertility Benefits & Healthcare

Employers Can Offer Low-Cost Fertility Benefits & Healthcare

Dec 18
Drug- and hormone-free, the Conception Kit helps put couples in charge of their fertility and makes it easier for companies to support them on their path to conception.

Report Shows Negatives of Removing Global AIDS Coordinator

Report Shows Negatives of Removing Global AIDS Coordinator

Dec 18
Moving the Office of Global AIDS Coordinator, which oversees PEPFAR, from the State Dept. would negatively effect the global fight against HIV/AIDS, says a new report.

Survey Finds Americans Fall Victim to Common Cold Myths

Survey Finds Americans Fall Victim to Common Cold Myths

Dec 18
A survey released today from the Merck Manuals found that 88% of Americans are confident when it comes to treating cold symptoms, yet still buy into age-old myths.

5 Kinds of People Most Likely to Get the Holiday Blues 

5 Kinds of People Most Likely to Get the Holiday Blues 

Dec 18
With the holidays upon us it's easy for us to get caught up in the rush of it all. Dr. Sanam Hafeez shares five tips on who to keep a closer eye on.

Cat Named D-O-G Is Star Trainer for Support Dogs

Cat Named D-O-G Is Star Trainer for Support Dogs

Dec 18
One of the top dogs at a St. Louis training center is a black and white cat named D-O-G, who does his part helping teach canines for important jobs assisting people with disabilities.

332 Royal Caribbean Passengers Fall Ill with Stomach Virus

332 Royal Caribbean Passengers Fall Ill with Stomach Virus

Dec 18
More than 300 passengers on a cruise ship that docked at Port Everglades fell ill with a stomach virus.

Mental Health Problems Persist After Sandy Hook

Mental Health Problems Persist After Sandy Hook

Dec 17
Five years after the Sandy Hook massacre, efforts to improve mental health care for young people have had mixed results. Many reforms included in key piece of federal legislation remain unfunded.

Health Law Sign-Up Deadline Extended for Some People

Health Law Sign-Up Deadline Extended for Some People

Dec 17
After a rush of last-minute sign-ups, the Trump administration says it's extending the deadline for some people to finish health insurance applications for next year under the Affordable Care Act.

Holiday TrainFest and Toy Drive at LA Union Station

Holiday TrainFest and Toy Drive at LA Union Station

Dec 16
The public is invited to share holiday cheer at free event on December 16 supporting Toys for Tots, featuring historic steam locomotive, rail car display, and visit from Santa Claus.

GOP Tax Bill Guts 'Obamacare' Insurance Mandate

GOP Tax Bill Guts 'Obamacare' Insurance Mandate

By Ricard Alonso-Zaldivar | Dec 16
Republicans didn't get their wish to repeal former President Barack Obama's health care law, but the tax bill barreling toward a final vote in Congress guts its most unpopular provision, the requirement that virtually all Americans carry health insurance.

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