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  • Promoting exercise is part of employers' broader attempt to control long-term health-care costs, says Helen Darling, president of the National Business Group on Health, a coalition of 369 large employers based in Washington, D.C.

    You Can Afford a Trainer

  • Mosley will not receive a pension or long-term health-care benefits for his family.

    The Air Force Grounds Its Officers

  • The Republican governors' counter parts in the U.S. House of Representatives are also not cutting spending where the real money is, such as in military spending, corporate tax cuts and loop holes, and long term health-care costs.

    Jim Wallis: This is Not Fiscal Conservatism. It's Just Politics.

  • One Market, which says its annual revenue exceeds $5 million, is one of at least 40 San Francisco restaurants identified by The Wall Street Journal that tell customers they are charging extra in the name of health-care benefits, but which end up spending less than a third of what they allocate.

    Menu Surcharge Can Be Misleading

  • Because to really reduce the deficit, we should put everything on the table, especially the biggest public outlays in military spending, corporate subsidies and tax loopholes, long term health-care costs etc. -- all of which could actually reduce the deficit, when much smaller poverty programs will not.

    Jim Wallis: 10 Reasons Why I'm Fasting For A Better Budget

  • Make sure you have health insurance, personal liability insurance, car coverage, and if you are past middle age, consider long-term health-care insurance.

    Living Alone and Loving It

  • Oct. 25 Bloomberg -- U.S. long-term health-care costs rose as much as 5.6 percent this year, led by assisted-living expenses, and are climbing at a steeper rate during a weak economy, MetLife Inc. said.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Thus, to call our health-care system the best in the world is a stretch.

    Health Insurance Gives Wonderful Results, if You Have It

  • Blagojevich gets jail--but first, a book signing; Trent Lott's regrets read-this roundup Posted at 01:32 PM ET, 12/07/2011 White House struggles to spread the word on health-care law... to its own workers Emily Heil

    Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

  • Pawlenty called a health-care law passed in Massachusetts during Romney's tenure as governor "ObamneyCare," a phrase he coined to deride similarities between it and the national law.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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