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Tag Archives: Healthcare

Affordable Care Act Enrollments Grow in Texas

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By Edgar Walters, The Texas Tribune Texas enrollments in the online insurance marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act rose nearly eightfold in December, according to 2013 figures that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released [Wednesday]. Texas ranks third in the number of 2013 enrollments following the troubled launch of healthcare.gov on Oct. 1. As of Dec. ...

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Fight the Flu: Collin College and Medical Center of McKinney Lecture Shows Us How

Like clockwork, flu season hits every fall. To combat this yearly threat, Collin College Wellness, in partnership with the Medical Center of McKinney, will host “Keeping the Flu Off Your Fall Schedule” lectures from 1-2 p.m. on Nov. 6 and Nov. 22. Veteran medical professionals will share useful tips on how to fight the flu and stay healthy. These free lectures are open ...

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You Probably Won’t Notice Obamacare

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The biggest thing to know about Obamacare? Most will never notice it. The Washington Post’s “Guide to The Affordable Care Act” indicates that 80 percent of Americans already get their health insurance through their employer or the government. However, Tuesday is a significant day for the more than six million Texans who are without a health insurance safety net, who ...

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Rethink Varicose Veins- Summer Sanders’ Story…

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Like many moms, my lifestyle requires me to be on my feet constantly. I noticed my legs were heavy and achy after a long day, but I assumed these symptoms were just something I had to deal with. As a life-long athlete and Olympic swimmer, I never thought a condition like varicose veins or chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) would affect ...

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Stuart J’s Lens: See What George Tatsuhara is Cooking Up at MCM

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When one thinks of a hospital stay, inevitably there will be a hospital food joke that comes to mind. These days, however, hospitals employ more than just cooks. They hire chefs. George Tatsuhara is the executive chef at Medical Center of McKinney. His training began at a Japanese restaurant, (in El Paso no less), and progressed through casual and fine ...

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