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If you end up losing a body part, prosthetics can be expensive. But the miracle of new technology has a cost-effective answer. Here's a look at the emerging field of cheap prosthetics One person can make a difference in ways that are so unexpected. I read a story in The ...
More competition in the organic foods market means lower prices for you if you want to eat healthier. It's long been taken as an article of faith that in order to eat healthy, you had to blow the budget. That may have been true in the past, but no so ...
Some hospitals are offering emergency room reservations to cut down on the time you spend waiting to see the doctor. It sounds appealing, but it could cost you.
It's the latest in a string of high-profile breaches that has included Home Depot, Target, the Heartbleed breach, and Russian hackers getting 1.2 billion usernames and passwords. And now, in the midst of a severe case of "breach fatigue," we're getting word of the Anthem data breach. But this one ...
Do you take herbal supplements? The sad news is you might not be getting what you pay for... The attorney general of New York State tested a variety of herbal remedies at Walmart, Walgreens, Target and GNC. Four out of 5 products did not contain *any* of the herbs listed ...
The deadline to sign up for healthcare coverage is almost here. Time to find the best plan for your family.
Didn't have health insurance last year? It could affect your taxes. Here’s a look at the penalties you'll face and how you may be able to get out of them.
Losing a couple pounds can mean losing a lot of money. Beware of signing a gym contract -- here's why.
There are ways to get money from your health insurance company even after they denied your initial claim. Here’s what to do if your health insurance isn't covering your best interests.
I've had a couple of surgeries in the past few years. Both were pretty painful, but not nearly as painful as the bills I received in the mail. Not only were the bills outrageously expensive, but they were also impossible to understand. According to Money magazine, roughly 8 in 10 ...