This past spring, the former home of the Bohlander Arts Gallery was transformed from a gallery and residence into the Longfellow Offices. Reaching out to primarily wellness businesses, the building is home to a collection of practitioners of massage therapy, acupuncture, and Rolfing.
One of the most transformative elements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is that it prohibits health insurance companies from denying coverage for previous conditions. Instead of denying uninsured people coverage because of a previous or ongoing condition, health insurance companies are required to cover everybody, which is a huge step, but there’s still the problem of how our society views chronic illnesses and how they’re treated.
Ah, dandelions! And plantains, those broad-leaf green weeds that spring up everywhere they shouldn’t be. Not to mention stinging nettles, our landscape’s very own answer to the Portuguese man-of-war. Three good reasons to be glad that lawn care season is behind us for a while, right?
MNsure, the state’s health insurance exchange program, debuted the signup process on October 1. Officials during an October 4 conference call with reporters, including the MSR,estimated that 5,000 accounts were opened during the first week.
During the next few weeks Twin Citians will enjoy an unprecedented opportunity to view and read about the lives and media triumphs of people with disabilities – and how their stories are told in the media.
The MNsure insurance marketplace is open for business, though not without some significant hiccups. As a trained MNsure Navigator, I’ve been doing my best to understand how the system is working for Minnesotans. Here are my impressions so far:
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