According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, as many as 18 million Americans could lose their health insurance within one year and insurance premiums for individual plans would skyrocket if the new administration repeals major components of Obamacare while leaving other provisions of the law in place.
18 Million Could Lose Insurance if ACA Is Repealed
The New York Times—According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, as many as 18 million Americans could lose their health insurance within one year and insurance premiums for individual plans would skyrocket if the new administration repeals major components of Obamacare while leaving other provisions of the law in place.
FOX News—If you grew up in a cold climate and spent time outside playing in the winter as a kid, you probably ate some snow. And as an adult with access to the internet and social media, you may have seen a recipes or two made with snow—from snow cones, snow pops, and do-it-yourself ice cream, to frozen margaritas and other slushy cocktails. But is eating snow really safe?
Health After 50—A large daily dose of fish oil might help the heart heal in the months following a heart attack. That's according to a clinical trial of nearly 360 patients who were randomly assigned to take fish oil or placebo pills after suffering a heart attack.
The belief in the benefits of raw foods—sometimes called “living foods”—isn't new. Among other claims, raw food diets are said to eliminate headaches and allergies, improve memory and immunity, ease arthritis, and reverse diabetes. Proponents say that cooking destroys nutrients, enzymes, and the “life force” of the food.
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