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  • Addicted-doctors bill dies in committee -- and good riddance

    Addicted-doctors bill dies in committee -- and good riddance
    Word reaches us today from Sacramento of the death of a shameful bill written by California medical lobbyists to resurrect a failed addiction treatment program for doctors. Patients should be happy to see the measure laid to rest. We reported on this...
  • 10 medical innovations set to reshape patient care this year

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com The Cleveland Clinic asked 100 of its top experts -- people who focus on patient care every day -- to offer insights on which medical breakthroughs are set to reshape healthcare this year. Here are their...
  • Under certain conditions, you can sign up for health insurance outside open enrollment

    Q: I'm planning to retire later this year, after I turn 62, and I won't have retiree health insurance. Can I sign up for coverage on my state's exchange, even though it will be after the open-enrollment deadline? Also, my income will be much lower after I...
  • California will log off some Obamacare applicants as website slows

    California will log off some Obamacare applicants as website slows
    Facing a flood of interest, the Covered California exchange plans to prevent some consumers from finishing their Obamacare enrollment so others can start the sign-up process to meet Monday's deadline. Californians were waiting in line for hours Monday...
  • What doctors know: Spotting pneumonia early can be tricky

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com It's hard to fight something you can't easily detect. Pneumonia is treatable, but spotting the infection early is a challenge. The disease has multiple symptoms that can lead people to think their illness...
  • Survey: Kaiser leads in customer satisfaction, Blue Shield ranks last

    Survey: Kaiser leads in customer satisfaction, Blue Shield ranks last
    For the seventh consecutive year, Kaiser Permanente ranked highest in customer satisfaction for health insurance among California policyholders, according to ratings firm J.D. Power & Associates. But two other major rivals -- Blue Shield of California...
  • Under Armour to give $10 million to Hopkins for breast-health center

    Under Armour to give $10 million to Hopkins for breast-health center
    Under Armour will give $10 million to the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital to create the Under Armour LiveWell Center, marking the Baltimore-based sports brand's largest gift ever to any group. Part of Under Armour's...
  • Report HSA contributions and withdrawals on your tax return

    Q: Last year was my first with a high-deductible health plan combined with a health savings account at work. What do I need to report concerning the HSA when I file my taxes? A: When you file, you'll need to include Form 8889 to report all...
  • Ailing toddler chronicled in Tribune dies

     Ailing toddler chronicled in Tribune dies
    Max Allender, born prematurely with a barely formed set of lungs, visited a playground for the first time when he was 16 months old, a trip chronicled in a Tribune story in August. Max, who would have been 2 later this month, died Wednesday, March 5, at...
  • On the Town: Putting on the ritz at the Sheraton

     On the Town: Putting on the ritz at the Sheraton
    The Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center Guild and supporters of the Champion Fund of Children's Hospital Los Angeles staged respective fundraisers this past week at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. Presented under the theme "On the Red Carpet," the...
  • Mother of brain-dead Jahi McMath says daughter is 'still sleeping'

    Mother of brain-dead Jahi McMath says daughter is 'still sleeping'
    The mother of Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old Oakland girl declared brain dead by multiple neurologists more than three months ago, insisted Thursday that her daughter was "asleep" and "blossoming into a teenager." Jahi was declared brain-dead Dec. 12...