Looking for some interesting and enlightening health care reading? Here is a sample of informative articles from around the Internet.

  • High-Deductible Health Plans Cut Costs, At Least For Now (NPR, Shots: Health News from NPR)

    • Did you sign up for a high-deductible health plan hoping for a low monthly premium? Check out this article to find out about some potential problems with those plans you might not be aware of.

  • Let's go shopping on Healthcare.gov with Ted Cruz (Vox)

    • Ted Cruz, Republican Senator from Texas, will be running for President in 2016.  Cruz's wife plans to quit her job as a partner at Goldman Sachs to help him campaign full-time, meaning he will lose the employer-sponsored health insurance he has been receiving through her work. Where will he turn instead? Would you believe it is Obamacare, the program he has so vigorously opposed? Why has he done so and how much would it cost him?  This article investigates.

  • Stop stress from driving food habits (The Boston Globe)

    • You're on your way home from a long, nerve-wracking day at the office. Stopping at a fast food restaurant to eat 5 burgers may not be the healthiest idea. This article discusses healthier alternatives.


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