Medicare Administration Dr. Donald Berwick will now eat his own health insurance cooking. He started signing up for coverage earlier this week and hopes to have his Medicare card within a few weeks. He said he's getting no special treatment in the application process.
Virginia Governor McDonnell, the AARP of Virginia, the Central Virginia
Food Bank and NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon have launched a statewide effort
to help the hungry, as part of this weekend's 9/11 commemorations.
The Food and Drug Administration is taking issue with the claim that "Brazilian Blowout" hair straightener is formaldehyde free. But the maker of the popular product says it is still safe and meets government standards.
Two doses of the HPV vaccine may be enough to protect women against the virus that causes cervical cancer, according to a new study. After four years, women who had just one or two shots had the same infection rate as women who had three shots. That could increase the number of women protected.
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