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New York, NY (PRWEB) March 01, 2015 The number of transvaginal mesh lawsuits (relnofollow onclicklinkClick(...   [READ MORE]

 
There are fresh numbers out today on just how many Nevadans may be affected by that big hacking attack at Anthem. Earlier this month the health insurance giant disclosed it had been hit. Jeff Gillan has been following the case and has an update.   [READ MORE]
 
There are fresh numbers out today on just how many Nevadans may be affected by that big hacking attack at Anthem. Earlier this month the health insurance giant disclosed it had been hit. Jeff Gillan has been following the case and has an update.   [READ MORE]
 
Oh, to be a fly on the wall of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion. The ladies of the 90210 recently filmed their sitdown with Bravo's Andy Cohen and rehashed a season full of drama. Despite rumors, Yolanda did attend, but she didn't stay the whole time. The reality star is battling Lyme disease and recently revealed its affecting her ability to read and write. "She wasn't feeling great. But she looked good and was articulate and well spoken while she was there," a source told E! News.   [READ MORE]
 
According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly half a million cases of the difficult-to-treat and sometimes deadly infection called "C. diff" now occur yearly in the United States. Researchers found that in 2011, Americans had an estimated 453,000 infections with the bacteria Clostridium difficile , or C. difficile , which can cause severe diarrhea, and frequently comes back after treatment.   [READ MORE]
 
The Obama administration says there would be no way to fix the health care system administratively if the Supreme Court rules against the government in the Obamacare case to be argued next week . The Supreme Court must decide whether subsidies — which reduce the cost of health insurance an average of 72 percent — are available to people who buy their insurance on the federal exchange. Only 16 states have their own exchanges set up. That, in turn, would raise the cost of insurance to those still in the system and make hospital emergency rooms once again the only resort for million of Americans.

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