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Monthly Archives: October 2018

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From The Editor: Thankful for the Big Picture

admin October 30, 2018

For those of you who have been with us from the beginning, you may have felt that our focus here at Care411™ was healthcare within the realm of politics. Heaven help us if we set our sights so narrow. I’d have writers here with clumps of hair torn from their heads if they had to… Continue Reading »

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From The Editor: The CrossFit Craze

admin October 30, 2018

Not that I’m fishing for any type of praise or compliments, today is my birthday. Another uneventful day full of eating and, well, eating. Okay, so it’s not just full of eating. There is one hour set aside for something called CrossFit. For those of you who lead sedentary lives, or just don’t like inflicting… Continue Reading »

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From The Editor: Hell For Bell

admin October 30, 2018

If you live your life connected to the internet, you’ve probably heard about Pastor Alois Bell and her recent visit to Applebee’s Restaurant where she and 19 of her congregants dined on standard American cuisine. Ms. Bell, whose physique may suggest frequent dining out, was apparently new to the concept of the automatic gratuity added… Continue Reading »

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From The Editor: My Oh Myopia

admin October 30, 2018

If you’re one of the millions of people in the world with 20/20 vision, I envy you. I you’re slightly nearsighted or farsighted, and Lasik surgery is an option for you, I envy you. Yes, I’m that blind. I’ve worn glasses since I was eight years old, some form of contact lenses since I was… Continue Reading »

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Nashville Diocese Sues Over Contraceptive Mandate: “Morally Objectionable”

admin October 30, 2018

In recent Obamacare news, The Catholic Diocese of Nashville is in the headlines. They are suing the federal government over the  mandate that requires them to provide  contraceptive coverage and morning-after pills as part of their employees’ health insurance. Seven other Catholic institutions have also joined the suit which is now reigniting the debate about… Continue Reading »

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The Affordable Care Act: Marginally Affordable?

admin October 30, 2018

The Affordable Care Act is the largest change to health care in four decades, a huge coup for the lowest income individuals and families who currently put off going to the doctor or filling much needed prescriptions. For these folks, if you are at or below the poverty line, you may continue to receive Medicaid… Continue Reading »

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