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Gov. Gary Herbert said he wanted to reject a full Medicaid expansion to enroll more people in the government program and instead seek federal dollars to cover the poor in private plans.    
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Medical research showed that topical drops were superior to oral antibiotics in tackling discharge caused by an infection in children with tubes.    
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Parents should use a tiny smear of fluoride toothpaste to brush baby teeth twice daily as soon as they erupt, instead of waiting until children are older, according to new guidelines by the American Dental Association.    
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As people drive down the road of life, they need auto insurance to cover their assets. But over time a person’s priorities change, and often the same policy won’t always offer the best protection. Consumers should review their policies on an annual basis, but, at the very least, there are three distinct moments when coverage needs drastically change, and drivers need to stop and shop for a new plan.



Young, First-Time Buyers: The first time that the thought of car coverage enters a person’s mind is when they get their license. Ambitions are high, assets are low, an
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d the best insurance policy appears to be the cheapest one they can find. Unfortunately for teenagers and other inexperienced drivers, being young also translates into steeper rates. Producers base prices off of accident risk, and teens have a long history of taking unnecessary risks while behind the wheel, making automobile accidents the leading cause of death for youthful motorists in the U.S.



Many companies interpret risk differently, so by comparing car insurance policies it may be possible to find an affordable plan. Although it may be tempting to get the lowest amount of coverage necessary to legally drive, young drivers are urged to consider higher liability limits to adequately cover other people’s damages that they may cause.



Family-Friendly Motorists: When it comes time to settle down and start a family, a motorist’s priorities often take a drastic turn toward safety. Old junky cars are traded in for minivans and spacious sedans equipped with safety features designed to keep both driver and passengers safe from harm. Insurance needs change as well. Drivers start to consider purchasing umbrella policies and bumping up liability limits to better protect their assets, which are now more important than ever. Read more ...
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Congress put pressure on the military after hearing complaints about reversed diagnoses of post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Thanks to a provision in the health care reform law, millions of consumers will be receiving rebates from their insurers this summer.
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Filed under: Bargains , Extracurriculars When there's blood on the water, it's a good time to buy a boat. Or so it seems. The Boston Globe reports that if you are looking to get your sea legs, now is the time to buy. Thanks to the poor economy, there are an abundance of boats and pleasure crafts and very few buyers who want or can afford to purchase them. This perfect storm has left plenty of deals for would be captains to scoop up a steal on a new or used skiff. The tightening credit mar
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