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  • Health premiums projected to rise for many small firms under Obamacare

    Health premiums projected to rise for many small firms under Obamacare
    A new federal report estimates that 65% of small firms will pay more for employee health insurance as a result of the federal healthcare law while the remaining 35% will see premiums drop. Those increased healthcare costs will probably be passed on to...
  • The ADHD explosion: A new book explores factors that have fueled it

    The ADHD explosion: A new book explores factors that have fueled it
    "The ADHD Explosion: Myths, Medication, Money and Today's Push for Performance," released this week by Oxford University Press, chronicles the steep increase in ADHD diagnoses in the United States over the last two decades. The new book offers provocative...
  • Hawaii health marketplace off to an especially rough start

    Hawaii health marketplace off to an especially rough start
    HONOLULU — When the federal government began parceling out billions of dollars for the new health insurance marketplaces under the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's home state was in an enviable position. Hawaii already had one of the highest...
  • Report: 125,000 immigrants given deferred action eligible for Medi-Cal

    Report: 125,000 immigrants given deferred action eligible for Medi-Cal
    A new report shows that as many as 125,000 young California immigrants may qualify for an expansion of Medi-Cal, the state's Medicaid program. The Affordable Care Act bars insurance subsidies and enrollment in the Medicaid expansion for undocumented...
  • L.A. community colleges urge students to sign up for Obamacare

    L.A. community colleges urge students to sign up for Obamacare
    Danielle Alberts fell and broke her right ankle in three places in 2012. Alberts, who earns about $9,000 a year, went to the hospital and was charged nearly $4,000 for a shot and some pain medication. Alberts did not have health insurance. She refused a...
  • Restaurant's healthcare surcharge draws strong responses

    Restaurant's healthcare surcharge draws strong responses
    I had breakfast at Republique on La Brea Avenue on Tuesday, and here's how the tab broke down: Cafe Americano — $3.25 Quiche — $5 Tax — 0.77 Surcharge Healthy LA — 0.25 The last item is the one creating a little...
  • Want an America that works? Innovate, don't regulate.

    Want an America that works? Innovate, don't regulate.
    Down with stakeholders. The American Academy of Pediatrics has come out against affordable healthcare for kids. Retail medical clinics — at drugstores, Wal-Marts, etc. — are cropping up across the nation, thanks in part to the expected...
  • Rep. Henry Waxman to retire after four decades in Congress

    Rep. Henry Waxman to retire after four decades in Congress
    WASHINGTON — Rep. Henry A. Waxman, one of the nation's most influential liberal lawmakers for nearly four decades, will retire from his Westside seat this year, closing a career in which he successfully championed laws to clean the country's air,...
  • With a baby on the way, L.A. couple in their 30s fret about finances

    With a baby on the way, L.A. couple in their 30s fret about finances
    Dashiell and Marya Talbot thought that their most pressing financial problem was the five-figure student loan debt that seemed to make home buying an impossibility. Then they learned that Marya was pregnant. The Los Angeles couple, both in their 30s,...
  • Loophole in healthcare law may put Medi-Cal patients' assets at risk

    Loophole in healthcare law may put Medi-Cal patients' assets at risk
    Luis Rios, who lost his job at a filling station in December at the age of 56, is newly eligible for Medicaid, the healthcare program for the poor. Following the advice of state-trained medical insurance enrollment workers, he filled out the paperwork...
  • Anthem Blue Cross widens enrollment lead on California's exchange

    Anthem Blue Cross widens enrollment lead on California's exchange
    Insurance giant Anthem Blue Cross stretched its lead over rival Blue Shield of California in the state's healthcare-coverage exchange, new data show. Anthem signed up 223,630 people through Jan. 31, or 31% of California's exchange market as part of...