February 24, 2018

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Trump Administration Proposes Rule To Loosen Curbs On Short-Term Health Plans

Trump Administration Proposes Rule To Loosen Curbs On Short-Term Health Plans

[UPDATED at 12:30 p.m. ET] Insurers will again be able to sell short-term health insurance good for up to 12 months under a proposed rule released Tuesday by the Trump administration that could further roil the marketplace. Use Our Content This Kaiser Health News story can be republished for free (details). More Stories To Republish “We want to open up affordable alternatives to unaffordable Affordable Care Act policies,” said Health and Human Sservices Secretary Alex Azar. “This is one step in the direction of providing Americans health insurance options that are more affordable and more suitable to individual and family circumstances.” The proposed rule said short-term plans…Continue Reading

US prosecutors ask ex-Trump legal team spokesman for interview, sources say

US prosecutors ask ex-Trump legal team spokesman for interview, sources say

Mark Corallo left after only three months on the job.Continue Reading

Trump asked deputy attorney general if he was part of his team: source

Trump asked deputy attorney general if he was part of his team: source

Trump questions came during December meeting on Russia investigation.Continue Reading

Go figure! Woman stops gorging on raw bacon, loses 150 pounds, clears up skin condition

Go figure! Woman stops gorging on raw bacon, loses 150 pounds, clears up skin condition

An obese woman from Melbourne, Florida who struggled with out-of-control eating ends up clearing up a skin problem after losing 150 pounds.Continue Reading

Family blames Tamiflu for their teenage son’s suicide

Family blames Tamiflu for their teenage son’s suicide

An Indiana family tells Fox 59 News they believe their son committed suicide less than 24-hours after he took Tamiflu following a flu diagnoses.Continue Reading

Appeals Court Backs Key Part Of The Structure Of Consumer Watchdog Agency

Appeals Court Backs Key Part Of The Structure Of Consumer Watchdog Agency

The ruling is the latest development in the legal fight over the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau supporters say combats predatory lending and other abuses. Critics say the agency is too powerful.(Image credit: Jacquelyn Martin/AP)Continue Reading

Feds Formalize Plan To Pursue Certain Undocumented Immigrants In Courthouses

Feds Formalize Plan To Pursue Certain Undocumented Immigrants In Courthouses

Immigration actions inside courthouses have drawn criticism from immigrant advocates and some judges. The new policy outlines who will be targeted in such actions.(Image credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)Continue Reading

Wales bans intimate piercings for under-18s over health fears – The Guardian

Wales bans intimate piercings for under-18s over health fears – The Guardian

The GuardianWales bans intimate piercings for under-18s over health fearsThe GuardianDuring a visit to Frontier tattoo parlour in Cardiff to discuss the law, the chief medical officer for Wales, Dr Frank Atherton, said it was about protecting young people's health and wellbeing. “It's concerning that a third of young people with …and more »Continue Reading

Anthem earnings beat lifts health insurer stocks – CNBC

Anthem earnings beat lifts health insurer stocks – CNBC

CNBCAnthem earnings beat lifts health insurer stocksCNBCBetter-than-expected earnings from Anthem helped lift shares of health insurers Wednesday, one day after investors were spooked by a new initiative from Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Morgan to combat rising employer health-care costs. Anthem …and more »Continue Reading

Researchers Discover ‘Anxiety Cells’ In The Brain

Researchers Discover ‘Anxiety Cells’ In The Brain

Scientists who identified specific brain cells in mice that control anxiety say the discovery could provide insights that might eventually help people with panic disorder and social phobia.(Image credit: SPL/Science Source)Continue Reading