Monday, November 1, 2010

Pre-Election Monday Edition

There's not much talk of anything other than elections, but here are a few tidbits.

Copays for preventive care disappear under health reform.

Although health reform itself may disappear after the election.

Are Americans using less health care? If so, why?

If we sleep less, we eat more. Here's part of my problem.

How to be alert for Medicare fraud.

A heart-warming story about how an iPAD helped a young boy communicate.

A new study says alcohol is worse for you than heroin. Is this hyperbole or truth? Does it mean prohibition or legalization of drugs?

More on what to expect this year during open enrollment at your workplace.

Here's a piece that rightly stresses the importance of controlling diabetes.

Kids' use of electronic media at night may cause them harm.

That's it. And whatever your beliefs, I urge you to vote tomorrow. It's the greatest, most powerful expression of our democracy. So make your voice heard and vote. Jennifer

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