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B.C. medicare ruling clashes with 2005 Supreme Court decision that said Quebec can’t ban private health insurance

Article content continued But there were nuances. Three of the seven judges said the insurance ban violated section-7 of the Charter, while one just said it breached a similar section of the Quebec bill of rights and declined to deal with the Charter. Three judges dissented, which meant there was a three-three tie on the… Read More »

Health Insurance Affordability in the Time of the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has revealed many flaws in the U.S. healthcare system, first and foremost the nation’s patchwork public health infrastructure and health inequities in mortality rates due to COVID-19. The Commonwealth Fund‘s biennial report, published as the pandemic continues into and beyond the third quarter of 2020, sheds light on another weakness in U.S.… Read More »

What diet pills are covered by insurance?

Estimates of the FM demonstrated large variability range relative difference Phentermine-topiramate is a combination of an anticonvulsant topiramate and a weight-loss drug phentermine. The prevention and treatment of childhood obesity. Understanding how they work and any potential risks involved with taking them can help Medicare recipients make an informed decision. Liraglutide for chronic weight management… Read More »