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The Sacramento Bee
Pulled muscle cost him $6,000. What would it cost you?spent at West Penn. What happened to Sankovich “is not uncommon at all,” said
Pulled muscle cost him $6,000. What would it cost you?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 minutes ago
spent at West Penn. What happened to Sankovich “is not uncommon at all,” said Denis Lukes, chief financial officer for the Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania in Warrendale. While the federal Affordable Care Act means more people have... Read more
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Salon.com
To jam, or not to jam: Why Carlos Santana’s reasons for ignoring Israel boycott are dubious at bestMilagro Foundation, whose fundamental belief is “that children everywhere deser
To jam, or not to jam: Why Carlos Santana’s reasons for ignoring Israel boycott are dubious at best
Salon.com / Posted 32 minutes ago
Milagro Foundation, whose fundamental belief is “that children everywhere deserve to live a life with full access to proper healthcare and education as well as opportunities to develop into creative human beings.” It would seem that now he has the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of its faceThat’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of its face
Stamford Advocate / Posted an hour ago
That’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get paid less today than ten years ago. But healthcare and college tuition cost more every year. Meanwhile Wall Street bankers inflate bubbles in everything from... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of its faceThat’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of its face
Connecticut Post / Posted an hour ago
That’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get paid less today than ten years ago. But healthcare and college tuition cost more every year. Meanwhile Wall Street bankers inflate bubbles in everything from... Read more
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Philly.com
Chestnut Hill Hospital workers on strike for higher wagesare on strike Saturday, calling for higher wages. The strike was organized by
Chestnut Hill Hospital workers on strike for higher wages
Philly.com / Posted an hour ago
are on strike Saturday, calling for higher wages. The strike was organized by the Service Employees International Union Healthcare Pennsylvania, which represents certified nursing assistants, emergency room technicians, workers who move patients... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of its faceThat’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of its face
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
That’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get paid less today than ten years ago. But healthcare and college tuition cost more every year. Meanwhile Wall Street bankers inflate bubbles in everything from... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Kid-friendly medical devices bring calmer patientsthat looks like a miniature fire truck -- another example of medical equipment
Kid-friendly medical devices bring calmer patients
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted an hour ago
that looks like a miniature fire truck -- another example of medical equipment designed to hide the industrial side of healthcare and put kids more at ease. "It creates the important standardization of us being able to compare results to prior... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mahama Beats Retreat ... On Trainee Nurses AllowancesParty [NPP]. The GRNMA, repudiating the government's decision in 2013 said the
Mahama Beats Retreat ... On Trainee Nurses Allowances
AllAfrica.com / Posted an hour ago
Party [NPP]. The GRNMA, repudiating the government's decision in 2013 said the move could unleash negative implication for healthcare delivery in the country as it would result in shortage of nurses and midwives. "Providing care for the sick even... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
The Open Era: Reviewing India’s post-liberalisation economyorder to take advantage of expanded opportunities in a market economy as an adu
The Open Era: Reviewing India’s post-liberalisation economy
Hindustantimes.com / Posted an hour ago
order to take advantage of expanded opportunities in a market economy as an adult, children first need access to nutrition, healthcare and education. “Moreover, going forward, she has to have access to finance so that the lack of wealth does not... Read more
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Breitbart
***2016 LiveWire*** Clinton Introduces VP Pick Kainenext week and vows to “make our case to the American people about our vision.”
***2016 LiveWire*** Clinton Introduces VP Pick Kaine
Breitbart / Posted an hour ago
next week and vows to “make our case to the American people about our vision.” She is slamming Florida Gov. Rick Scott on healthcare. She says she has two words for Donald Trump: “stronger together.” [After that build up, her two words = Clinton’s... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
New trustees join the Nicolet College Board, two others reappointedHeart-Saint Mary's Hospital Foundation in Rhinelander and Tomahawk. Her profess
New trustees join the Nicolet College Board, two others reappointed
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 2 hours ago
Heart-Saint Mary's Hospital Foundation in Rhinelander and Tomahawk. Her professional work experience has primarily been in healthcare, human services, and chambers of commerce. Baltus is a Rotarian, has served as president of the Oneida County... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Philosophical Underpinnings of Ethiopia's Foreign Policy Are Rapid Economic Dev't, Good Neighbourliness - Prof. Costantinosare best seen as the human capacity building required to run an increasingly mo
Philosophical Underpinnings of Ethiopia's Foreign Policy Are Rapid Economic Dev't, Good Neighbourliness - Prof. Costantinos
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
are best seen as the human capacity building required to run an increasingly modernizing national economy-- from basic healthcare to ensure a capable labour force to the provision of adequate education at the primary, secondary and tertiary... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Embarks On Accounting to the People Tour of the UWRHospital and it would be installed very soon to give some relief to the people
President Embarks On Accounting to the People Tour of the UWR
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
Hospital and it would be installed very soon to give some relief to the people in accessing its services for a better healthcare. He used the occasion to commission the over 365 seating capacity ultra-modern Upper West Regional Library... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Leap Programme Registers Beneficiaries Onto the National Health Insurance Schemeexpected that LEAP beneficiaries will access free health care. This will subseq
Leap Programme Registers Beneficiaries Onto the National Health Insurance Scheme
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
expected that LEAP beneficiaries will access free health care. This will subsequently lead to a considerable reduction in healthcare expenditure for LEAP households thereby enabling LEAP households to use the cash grant on other productive... Read more
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Business Insider
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of their facesThat’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get
Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of their faces
Business Insider / Posted 3 hours ago
That’s just how small it is. Across the country, wages are flat. Americans get paid less today than ten years ago. But healthcare and college tuition cost more every year. Meanwhile Wall Street bankers inflate bubbles in everything from... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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The Young Witness
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
The Young Witness / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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Western Advocate
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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Manning River Times
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
House of Smoke Recalls Wild Boar Brotwurstreports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products. Anyone conce
House of Smoke Recalls Wild Boar Brotwurst
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 3 hours ago
reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about a reaction should contact a healthcare provider. Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
'Low-cost' health insurance plan can carry high-risk costsspent at West Penn. What happened to Sankovich "is not uncommon at all," said
'Low-cost' health insurance plan can carry high-risk costs
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 3 hours ago
spent at West Penn. What happened to Sankovich "is not uncommon at all," said Denis Lukes, chief financial officer for the Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania in Warrendale. While the federal Affordable Care Act means more people have... Read more
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Raw Story
50 global CEOs were asked if Trump could win — and only 5 raised their handsexclaimed, banging on the table. “Mrs Clinton is going: ‘We’re going to bring
50 global CEOs were asked if Trump could win — and only 5 raised their hands
Raw Story / Posted 3 hours ago
exclaimed, banging on the table. “Mrs Clinton is going: ‘We’re going to bring government back, have better management, have healthcare. I’m going to improve this, I’m going to improve that, I’m going to tax this’ — they don’t care,”... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Social peace and political consensus important for economic reforms: Manmohan Singhwhich afflict millions of people. In 1991 we could not pay adequate attention t
Social peace and political consensus important for economic reforms: Manmohan Singh
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 hours ago
which afflict millions of people. In 1991 we could not pay adequate attention to reforming the education system, the healthcare system and strengthening the anti-poverty programmes. We gradually tried to do that in 1994 and 1995, but more had... Read more
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The North West Star
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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The Border Mail
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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The Courier
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyoneabsence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just
Shares Race Week 1: A rally for everyone
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
absence of huge outperformers or underperformers, however, neatly displays just how egalitarian this rally has been. From healthcare to mining stocks, shares have managed modest gains or losses, and there are no particular sectors that have... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Kelowna BMW donates $15,000 to KGH cardiac unitKGH is outstanding. I am incredibly grateful.” The KGH Foundation is an indepe
Kelowna BMW donates $15,000 to KGH cardiac unit
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 5 hours ago
KGH is outstanding. I am incredibly grateful.” The KGH Foundation is an independent, volunteer-driven charitable organization committed to enhancing the delivery of healthcare to the patients of Kelowna General Hospital and its associated faciliti... Read more
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BC Local News
Kelowna BMW donates $15,000 to KGH cardiac unitKGH is outstanding. I am incredibly grateful.” The KGH Foundation is an indepe
Kelowna BMW donates $15,000 to KGH cardiac unit
BC Local News / Posted 5 hours ago
KGH is outstanding. I am incredibly grateful.” The KGH Foundation is an independent, volunteer-driven charitable organization committed to enhancing the delivery of healthcare to the patients of Kelowna General Hospital and its associated faciliti... Read more
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Business Insider
One chart that explains Alphabet, Google's parent companyof how they fit into Google's mission "to organise the world’s information and
One chart that explains Alphabet, Google's parent company
Business Insider / Posted 6 hours ago
of how they fit into Google's mission "to organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful." Healthcare research? Sure. Improving cities? Why not. Radical life extension? Sounds like fun! As of July 2016, there are 11... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Skywriting Our Future - Opening Statement By UN Environment Deputy Chief Ibrahim Thiaw At the Extraordinary Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocoldisease, particularly when use has doubled in the last 20 years? Yet the co-ord
Skywriting Our Future - Opening Statement By UN Environment Deputy Chief Ibrahim Thiaw At the Extraordinary Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 hours ago
disease, particularly when use has doubled in the last 20 years? Yet the co-ordinated effort from the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries created a replacement that is both more effective and less expensive, turning one of the last CFC... Read more
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The North West Star
Fraser Island paramedic assault 'disturbing and shocking'is no place for violence like this in the workforce in Queensland ... and certa
Fraser Island paramedic assault 'disturbing and shocking'
The North West Star / Posted 6 hours ago
is no place for violence like this in the workforce in Queensland ... and certainly not for anyone who works in healthcare," Mr Dick said. Commissioner Bowles described Phil as "a very resilient individual". "Phil is quite traumatised... Read more
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Business Insider
Weird things are happening in the markets — here's an approach that might get investors through thembanks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of t
Weird things are happening in the markets — here's an approach that might get investors through them
Business Insider / Posted 7 hours ago
banks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of the world economy, like the growing need for healthcare worldwide and the increasing adoption of technology used to make machines — like cars — smarter. "If you can... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
US asks phone companies to provide ‘robocall’ blocking technologythe FCC said the phone industry should create a “Do Not Originate” list that wo
US asks phone companies to provide ‘robocall’ blocking technology
Bangor Daily News / Posted 7 hours ago
the FCC said the phone industry should create a “Do Not Originate” list that would allow government agencies, banks and healthcare providers, among others, to register their phone numbers and would allow providers to block calls from outside the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Weird things are happening in financial markets — here's an approach that might get investors through them (TSLA, MBLY)banks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of t
Weird things are happening in financial markets — here's an approach that might get investors through them (TSLA, MBLY)
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
banks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of the world economy, like the growing need for healthcare worldwide and the increasing adoption of technology used to make machines — like cars — smarter. "If you can... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Weird things are happening in financial markets — here's an approach that might get investors through them (TSLA, MBLY)banks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of t
Weird things are happening in financial markets — here's an approach that might get investors through them (TSLA, MBLY)
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 hours ago
banks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of the world economy, like the growing need for healthcare worldwide and the increasing adoption of technology used to make machines — like cars — smarter. "If you can... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Weird things are happening in financial markets — here's an approach that might get investors through them (TSLA, MBLY)banks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of t
Weird things are happening in financial markets — here's an approach that might get investors through them (TSLA, MBLY)
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 7 hours ago
banks are tasked with identifying these big trends that will defy the rest of the world economy, like the growing need for healthcare worldwide and the increasing adoption of technology used to make machines — like cars — smarter. "If you can... Read more
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The Border Mail
Homelessness: what are the solutions to the crisis on our streets?there's no doubt that it's well known that we do have all the services that peo
Homelessness: what are the solutions to the crisis on our streets?
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
there's no doubt that it's well known that we do have all the services that people need – whether it's food or clothing or healthcare," he told Fairfax Media. "We tend to become a bit of a magnet." The thing is, homelessness transcends the CBD,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarespending billions on the redevelopment of hospitals in western Sydney, its resi
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
spending billions on the redevelopment of hospitals in western Sydney, its residents do not have the same access to healthcare as those living in the north and south-east in this tale of two cities. Pundits questioned the logic of Labor's... Read more
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The Courier
Homelessness: what are the solutions to the crisis on our streets?there's no doubt that it's well known that we do have all the services that peo
Homelessness: what are the solutions to the crisis on our streets?
The Courier / Posted 8 hours ago
there's no doubt that it's well known that we do have all the services that people need – whether it's food or clothing or healthcare," he told Fairfax Media. "We tend to become a bit of a magnet." The thing is, homelessness transcends the CBD,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Piramal Enterprises to raise Rs 300 crore via NCDstranches from time to time. The company, however, did not specify on what it i
Piramal Enterprises to raise Rs 300 crore via NCDs
Business Standard India / Posted 8 hours ago
tranches from time to time. The company, however, did not specify on what it intends to do with the money. Piramal Enterprises Ltd (PEL) is the flagship company of Piramal group and has a presence in the healthcare and financial services vertic... Read more
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New Kerala
Markets rebound on foreign funds inflow, indices close flat (Market Review) - newkerala.com #94544expectation on the passage of GST supported the market." Sector-wise, the BSE
Markets rebound on foreign funds inflow, indices close flat (Market Review) - newkerala.com #94544
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
expectation on the passage of GST supported the market." Sector-wise, the BSE oil and gas index was up 2.51 per cent, the healthcare index was up 1.91 per cent, and the automobile index was up 1.09 per cent. On the other hand, the telecom index... Read more
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dna
Piramal Enterprises to raise Rs 300 crore via NCDstranches from time to time. The company, however, did not specify on what it i
Piramal Enterprises to raise Rs 300 crore via NCDs
dna / Posted 8 hours ago
tranches from time to time. The company, however, did not specify on what it intends to do with the money. Piramal Enterprises Ltd (PEL) is the flagship company of Piramal group and has a presence in the healthcare and financial services vertic... Read more
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Morningstar
Cheap Exposure to Small-Growth Stocksnorm, but it has much greater exposure to the real estate sector and less expos
Cheap Exposure to Small-Growth Stocks
Morningstar / Posted 9 hours ago
norm, but it has much greater exposure to the real estate sector and less exposure to financial services, technology, and healthcare stocks. Portfolio Construction The fund employs full replication to track the market-cap-weighted CRSP U.S. Small... Read more
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The Economic Times
How healthcare became sick-care and what can be done about itmany parts of the world, it becomes clear that an industry whose primary concer
How healthcare became sick-care and what can be done about it
The Economic Times / Posted 10 hours ago
many parts of the world, it becomes clear that an industry whose primary concern has become that of sick-care, but not of healthcare. The healthcare business proposition fails to remain exciting when we become its customer. It is then that we... Read more
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International Business Times
British expats in Spain fear for future in adopted homeland post-Brexit that estate agents are getting fewer sales from England. In particular they are
British expats in Spain fear for future in adopted homeland post-Brexit
International Business Times / Posted 10 hours ago
that estate agents are getting fewer sales from England. In particular they are worried about what will happen to their healthcare, and whether they will be still eligible for it," he told IBTimes UK. UK citizens living in other EU member... Read more
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chroniclelive
Rapist allowed to marry his partner in deathbed weddingWe cooperated fully with the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman’s review of the 20
Rapist allowed to marry his partner in deathbed wedding
chroniclelive / Posted 11 hours ago
We cooperated fully with the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman’s review of the 2014 incident. Alongside the external healthcare provider at the time, we accepted the recommendations made and implemented an action plan which we have since... Read more
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The Age
Homelessness: what are the solutions to the crisis on our streets?there's no doubt that it's well known that we do have all the services that peo
Homelessness: what are the solutions to the crisis on our streets?
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
there's no doubt that it's well known that we do have all the services that people need – whether it's food or clothing or healthcare," he told Fairfax Media. "We tend to become a bit of a magnet." The thing is, homelessness transcends the CBD,... Read more
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