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Primary data released by the state insurance departments suggests that health insurance companies nationwide are seriously considering a massive hike – as high as a whopping 53 percent – in Obamacare premiums in the midst of the escalating public disgruntlement with the Trump administration’s stand on basic health care issues. Data indicates Anthem, a trusted […]

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Experiencing anxiety or nervousness is a natural and normal reaction to stress. A normal degree of fear of illnesses, new social interactions and frightening events can help individuals handle problems and challenging situations, and even avoid danger. However, enduring the terror of phobias or the unrelenting anticipatory anxiety on a regular basis to the point […]

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One of the happiest times in a woman’s life is pregnancy. But for several mothers-to-be, these nine months mean a time of confusion, mood swings, fear, stress and depression. According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), about 14-23 percent of women will struggle with some symptoms of depression during pregnancy. Unfortunately, the […]

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Whether it’s your first day at a new job or you’re planning for a thrilling vacation to an exotic destination for the first time or you have a major surgery scheduled in the near future, it is natural to experience a certain degree of fear and uneasiness that could even cause sweaty palms or a […]

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“They are broken people,” sighed Martin Lugo, an individual on his way to sobriety, who works in a rehab center to bring a change in the lives of others like him. Lugo was one among the group of 12 people who assembled again at the San Clemente City Council’s meeting on May 2, 2017, seeking […]

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Changes around and after pregnancy could render women more vulnerable to certain mental illnesses, impacting their ability to function and thrive. Moreover, such mental health issues could affect the fetus or child adversely, with long-term physical and cognitive outcomes. Pregnancy is often regarded as one of the happiest phases of a woman’s life but for […]

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American war veterans continue to live a life rife with unique challenges, fighting wars to safeguard national interests. As a result, many of them often struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Approximately 20 veterans commit suicide on a daily basis across the United States, reveals data from the Department of Veterans Affairs, a figure which […]

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Observed worldwide on March 21 each year, the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination aims to remind people about negative consequences of racial discrimination. It encourages people to remember their obligation and determination to combat discrimination in all forms. In the United States too, discrimination based on race and ethnicity continues […]

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They say bartenders and hair stylists are the frontline therapists, as they’re listening ears when people come to them to escape problems or feel good about themselves. Cosmetic surgeons are perhaps the third leg to this therapeutic pedestal and – though they are often typified to the contrary – can offer sincere, timely interventions for […]

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“What are you doing you freak?” “He jumped the fence, that’s pretty funny. … I would have fought him, but I didn’t wanna…” “There’s some nut, tweak just freaking out. If you see him, hit him with a baseball bat a few times…” These were the words of police officers who shot a man 14 […]