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  • Health Care = 'I Don't Care' yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Health Care = \'I Don\'t Care\' '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: A bill will pass, and Obama will sign it, but it\'ll mean less, not more health care.

    Health Care = 'I Don't Care'

  • Trust, a UK charity working to improve the lives of children in care, publishes a quarterly magazine called KLIC Kids Living in Care for younger children in care.

    Is the cross just 'bling'????

  • The program created in his name funds the medical care of animals who enter the city's Animal Control and Care shelter.

    Alison Stein Wellner: In Praise of Imperfect Pets

  • Already this year over 16,000 people have applied for care home related positions which include Home Managers, Care and Support Workers, Care Home Nurses and specialist clerical jobs.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • We will continue the care and treatment of those who are infected and affected through the Comprehensive Plan for Management, Care and Treatment of HIV and AIDS.

    ANC Today

  • We will continue the care and treatment of those who are infected and affected through the Comprehensive Plan for Management, Care and Treatment of HIV and

    ANC Today

  • [Illustration: Care of the Horse] ~Care of the Horse~

    Pratt's Practical Pointers on the Care of Livestock and Poultry

  • Starting this month, any child who has a meal in day care or is in care for more than four hours will be required to brush their teeth, according to the Department of Early Education and Care.

    Democratic Underground Latest Breaking News

  • Under the law, any child who has a meal in day care or is in care for more than four hours will be required to brush his or her teeth, according to the Department of Early Education and Care.

    WSBTV.com - Local News

  •  With finite resources, you can ‟ t have all 3 of:  Comprehensive care  Best quality care  Care based on need rather than ability to pay  Therefore healthcare must be rationed But we pretend it ‟ s not being rationed (Covert rationing)  Weale A, 1998.

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