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In a nation where many companies fail in their duty to provide genuine, caring support when an employee has a child, sibling, or grandchild die, 95 employers in the private and public sector are being recognized by The Compassionate Friends in 2008 for doing just that. Recipients of Compassionate Employer Recognition, awarded annually, are acknowledged for going above and beyond the normal policies of most companies in supporting their employees when the death of a child has occurred.
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Americas Watchdog and its Homeowners Consumer Center have been leading in a national and state-by-state investigation into imported Toxic Chinese drywall that was first introduced into the US in 2001. According to the group, “we are certain this involves 100,000′s of homeowners, in all US states, not just Florida or Louisiana. Exposure to the toxic Chinese drywall is corroding copper, metal, and most importantly it’s making people very sick. The US EPA has done zero, and its time for President Obama, the US Congress and the US federal government to get involved. This is Hurricane Katrina on steroids.” For more information call the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact them via their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com.
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Optelec and Sight Savers America partner under VisionZone initiative and donate assistive technology to a child with a rare eye condition at Chicago VisionWalk on June 13
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The high cost of health insurance, along with public policies, prevents tens of millions of Americans from obtaining health care coverage, says a new report from the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. A dip in the number of uninsured in 1999 and 2000 can be attributed in part to a stronger economy, but an increase is expected in the future because of rising health care costs and insurance premiums, a weakening economy, and a growing population.
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While Democrats push for an overall health care plan for children, Republican leaders of the House and Senate are attacking proposals that call for a major expansion of the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Florida health insurance agent Morgan Moran says “the new plan will be paid for with higher taxes on tobacco.”
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Celebrities Honored at 10th Annual âPower of a Dreamâ Gala to Benefit At-Risk Youth*The U.S. Dream Academy is celebrating itsâ 10th âPower of a Dreamâ Gala on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 in Washington, DC to benefit their nationally recognized after-school programs for children at risk. The event will be held at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel located at 1330 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20024. Each year the Power [...]
Roundup: Kan. exchange blueprint coming soon; ‘Most favored nation’ ban passes in Conn.; Anti-fraud repeal in Calif.In a few months, the Kansas Insurance Department is expected to release a blueprint for how a health insurance exchange might work. “We still have a lot of work to do but, so far, the process has been going really, really well,” said Linda Sheppard, head of the insurance department’s accident and health accident and health division.
Press ReleaseTUPELO, Miss., May 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — In response to a request from the American Red Cross, Kool Smiles recently donated oral health supplies to help approximately 3,000 victims of the recent flooding and tornadoes in Mississippi and surrounding areas.
Kool Smiles Donates Oral Health Supplies to Red Cross Disaster Relief EffortIn response to a request from the American Red Cross, Kool Smiles recently donated oral health supplies to help approximately 3,000 victims of the recent flooding and tornadoes in Mississippi and surrounding areas.
Huckabee Wonât Seek Republican Presidential NominationFormer Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, a Baptist pastor turned cable news star, said he wonât run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.
Most vulnerable may suffer with Medicaid cutsWhile congressional Republicans’ plans to overhaul the Medicare program are fading because of public opposition, the GOP is determined to cut the Medicaid program, which could affect up to 487,000 seniors and the disabled in Michigan.
Where Alabama stands: National rankings show slight improvements for State of AlabamaThe good news is that very few of our indicators show Alabama in 49th place (or 50th). But the state is still in the bottom tier even in areas where sharp progress has been made.
Huckabee Wonât Seek Republican NominationFormer Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee , a Baptist pastor turned cable news star, said he wonât run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.
Huckabee Wonât Seek Republican Presidential Nomination in 2012Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, a Baptist pastor turned cable news star, announced today that he will not run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.
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Roundup: Kan. exchange blueprint coming soon; ‘Most favored nation’ ban passes in Conn.; Anti-fraud repeal in Calif. – News-Medical.NetThe exchange will be an online tool similar to Travelocity through which tens of thousands of Kansans, many who are now uninsured, will purchase private health insurance, qualify for federal subsidies or for an expanded Medicaid program (Ranney …
Kool Smiles Donates Oral Health Supplies to Red Cross Disaster Relief Effort State Legislators Holland, Buck and Bryan express support – CNBCNumerous areas of Mississippi experienced tornadoes that resulted … care to kids and adults with almost any insurance plan, including State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), Medicaid and Tricare. Kool Smiles also provides oral health education …
Kool Smiles Donates Oral Health Supplies to Red Cross Disaster Relief Effort – PharmiWebNumerous areas of Mississippi experienced tornadoes that resulted … care to kids and adults with almost any insurance plan, including State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), Medicaid and Tricare.Â Kool Smiles also provides oral health …
Weather disasters evidence of global warming? – Palm Beach Post (blog)The Mississippi River valley is so … The extremes in health care performance are startling. For example, 30% of adults and 20% of children in Texas lacked health insurance, compared to 11% in Minnesota and 5% in Vermont, respectively.
Huckabee to Announce Presidential Plans Tonight on TV Show – BusinessWeekhe pushed through changes to the stateâs education and health-insurance systems, including expanding coverage for children whose families didnât qualify for Medicaid. Angering some in his party, he raised fuel taxes to finance a road-building program …
Mississippi River Flooding Carries Health Risks – Transworld NewsWith the flood waters continuing to cascade down the Mississippi River, expanding its normal … compounds (VOC), or flood victims may take advantage of our special program, Building Health Check, for assessing the building condition after the flood.
Northeast leads nation in greying of population – Worcester Telegram & GazetteThe information from the Census Bureau highlights the impact of recent waves of young Mexican immigrants and their children, who are helping to slow … voted Republican amid debate over a health overhaul, Steinhorn added, “If seniors vote more in …
Flood’s impact worsening in Mississippi – WCSHShe fell in love with the fishing camps she visited as a child on the Tunica Cutoff, a natural oxbow lake of the Mississippi … to open programs, such as grants for rebuilding, rental assistance and medical expenses. Everett has no flood insurance …
Hearing cold, hard âfatsâ – Moultrie ObserverMOULTRIE â Itâs often been said that when one has his health, he has everything … 40 percent of Colquitt Countyâs children will be considered obese during this decade.â CRMCâs wellness program includes two insurance programs.
How to help storm and flood victims – CNNThe organization is sending medicines and medical supplies to clinics in Arkansas and Mississippi, treating tornado survivors without health insurance … Foundation to set up a child-friendly space/emergency child care program for nearly 200 children …
CROW WING COUNTY BOARD: Information technology finalists interviewed – Brainerd Daily Dispatch
CROW WING COUNTY BOARD: Information technology finalists interviewed
Brainerd Daily Dispatch
The award recognized the work of Crow Wing County Social Services, the Crow Wing County Child Protection Team and Child Abuse Prevention Council, which work with nonprofits, educators, health care and other volunteers in the community. Programs that …
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$2.17 trillion in reductions from Medicare/Medicaid and related health care 2. $400 billion in cuts in low-income discretionary programs 3. $350 billion in cuts in mandatory programs serving low-income Americans (other than Medicaid) Medicare and …
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