Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in the Obama administration, the woes of insurance companies and premium-paying customers have always been front-page news as the shock-to-the-system health care law gets implemented.
But what’s this? The non-profit insurance companies in Minnesota have made a ton of money in the last year. Read more →
‘We have one kid who destroyed the family car because he thought his parents had locked his device inside. He took a hammer to the windshield,’ Michael Rich, a pediatrician and director of the Clinic for Interactive Media and Internet Disorders at Boston Children’s Hospital. Read more →
hen an anchorperson is pregnant, it becomes not only an ongoing news story, it can be a marketing opportunity for the station. Brooke Martin’s journey, however was a gut-wrenching story that may save other children. Read more →
It was a puzzling moment for me a few years ago at Mayo Clinic when I walked into a waiting room, only to see Fox News on the TV. You either love the channel or hate it — just like MSNBC — but it’s inarguable that businesses who insist on a channel for political partisans risk alienating customers who are not of that faith. Businesses taking sides seems bad for business. Read more →
A little over a year ago, Jamie Baker, a lunchpail NHL player for the Quebec Nordiques, Ottawa Senators, San Jose Sharks and Toronto Maple Leafs back in the day, had a few moments with his own thoughts during his current job as a TV analyst for the San Jose Sharks. That’s when he decided that he would kill himself. Read more →
Teri Kinne signs up for the shifts because she’s been looking for her brother, whom she hadn’t seen in 10 years until she spotted him at an overflow shelter at the Ramsey County Law Enforcement Center not long ago, the Pioneer Press says. Read more →
If you’re the type to toss the sports section from the daily newspaper, you’ll miss a well-written and bittersweet story about a father who’s trying to press on after his son killed himself. Read more →