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Tag: Health Insurance
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Why wouldn’t you want an EKG every year as part of your check up? Why would you not want to be screened for prostate cancer at the age of 80 (or maybe at any age)? Why should you decline the annual chest X ray that your doctor keeps ordering? Is it because you’re eager to save...
February 13, 2012 | 5:22 pm
During February, Jewish communities across North America observe Jewish Disability Awareness Month. It is an opportunity for us to raise awareness of the needs, strengths, opportunities and challenges of individuals with disabilities in our communities, and to ensure we are building...
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Susie Tiffany of Beverly Hills suffers from a rare blood disorder and needs monthly infusions of blood components, which her insurance company ultimately declined to cover. She hoped the government's new prescription drug benefit would help her out because, despite her ZIP code,...
September 11, 2003 | 8:00 pm
Last week, Bianca Brichkov was all set to go to Israel's three-year Elite Academy high school with four other American students. This week, she's back as one of the few Jews at her all-girls Catholic school in the Bronx -- all because of her father.
The New York parent filed a...