If you are planning a trip to Cuba some time in the near future, you may want to B.Y.O.C.:
New York Times reporter Amy Harmon has been working at a treadmill desk and logging about five miles a day:
REMINDER: We all have until March 31st to get insurance for the year through healthcare.gov.
In case we weren’t paying attention, the President of the United States has guest-starred on a comedic web series to remind us of this fact.
Elisabeth Rosenthal, who has been writing a series on the cost of health care in the U.S., wrote a piece in the Times Sunday Review this weekend looking at how chaotic medical billing can affect our credit.
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Inviting the real-time disapproving remarks of my dentist into my home and into my daily routine sounds like my worst nightmare, and certainly not something I would pay $330 for, but if you are concerned about preventing all of the horrible things are teeth and bodies are going to die from it might be something worth looking into.
In Reuters, Anya Schiffrin talks about what happened when her father was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer and traded being treated at Memorial Sloan Kettering, a leading cancer treatment hospital, to being treated in Paris, where he was born. Schiffrin recalls spending entire days waiting around while her father got treated at Sloan Kettering, and how different it was after he moved to Paris to receive treatment under the French health care system