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"… ners to resign or find themselves unable to attend commission meetings — illness, unexpected travel — the FEC would lack a quorum, and therefore, be prev …"

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"… breathed might one day make him sick, his sons recall. So he reported his illness to the local office of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administrat …"

"… f only two brain cancer survivors from the town, has been dealing with his illness for more than a decade and said he is constantly exhausted. One year ago, …"

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"… ard younger miners contracting a more severe, fast-progressing form of the illness. In 2013, a yearlong Center investigation, conducted in part with ABC New …"

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"… er plan at all. “That $400 bill is my responsibility. So after this one illness and hospitalization, we end up several thousand dollars in debt,” she sa …"

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"… a primary care physician and all too often make trips to the ER when their illness or injury could have been treated more appropriately and inexpensively in …"

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"… hey charge people more than others simply because of a current or previous illness. To learn more about how the reform law is affecting us, check out my new …"

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"… everything else out of [our] own pockets, always knowing we were one major illness away from bankruptcy. “We tried to find an affordable policy, but the g …"

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"… ce of another disease, most commonly tuberculosis or histoplasmosis — an illness caused by a fungus in bird and bat droppings. This was particularly true i …"

"… lack lung and asbestosis, but not histoplasmosis, tuberculosis and similar illnesses. When reading for pneumoconiosis, government-certified readers are suppo …"

"… ndetected tuberculosis. Other common stories include his father’s severe illness from histoplasmosis and a colleague’s bout with the infection after spen …"

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"… e chronic kidney disease in agricultural workers as a distinct new form of illness and designate it as a top public health priority. At the time, the United …"

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"… procedures that address only the symptoms but not the underlying causes of illness and disease, and not paying for prevention. Because of those perverse ince …"

"… ify what can happen to someone who becomes a victim not only of injury and illness but of overtreatment.One of the surprises in the film is how Sgt. Yates’ …"

"… m that is more equitable and cost-effective and that focuses on preventing illness and allocating resources to finding cures instead of just paying for drugs …"

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"… “thinking part” of medicine, or their skill in diagnosing and treating illness, as well as the time required. Medicare administrators believed the new sy …"

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"… “thinking part” of medicine, or their skill in diagnosing and treating illness, as well as the time it takes. Medicare expected the pay scales to cut dow …"

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"… ic event, such as being in combat or witnessing death. The symptoms of the illness include a numbing of emotions, difficulty concentrating and exaggerated st …"

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"… ons surrounding what regional health experts call an epidemic: whether the illness should be classified as an occupational disease. Many workers believe the …"

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"… sts from corporate and government payers onto families already burdened by illness, a strategy it contends will not lower costs because it would result in pa …"

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"… er diabetic or at intermediate or higher risk of developing cardiovascular illness.They need not have any actual heart problems. Nearly 2.4 million Texa …"

"… Spa in Florida, which promotes diet and exercise to control cardiovascular illness. When health care workers there became concerned about his reaction to the …"

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"… said, “And it’ll happen again.” …"

"… e Colorado and Alabama that allow up to a week to submit a report for many illnesses, including salmonella and E. coli, may take longer to learn about an out …"

"… ich then report to the state. For salmonella, E. coli and other bacterial illnesses, requirements for reporting can also include the submission of what is c …"

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"… , and is discovering that, like many other Americans with life-threatening illnesses, she has to battle her insurer as well as her disease. And she is learni …"

"… search for an excuse to deny coverage when someone gets diagnosed with an illness that will require costly treatment. Some of those employees even get bonus …"

"… known to scour a patient’s medical records looking for evidence that an illness was pre-existing—even if the patient had no knowledge of it. Even Presid …"

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"… , or a business decision beyond our control from being underinsured, or an illness away from being forced into bankruptcy and homelessness.My life changed wh …"

"… 65 and older.Verone and millions of other Americans who have a history of illness are considered by private insurers to be “uninsurable.” Insurance comp …"

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"… idn’t have bacteria in their blood or at least two other symptoms of the illness, according to inspection reports.In its response to the health department, …"

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"… four adults, roughly 6 percent of the U.S. population has a serious mental illness like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. That’s nearly as many people as …"

"… many people as live in the New York metropolitan area, and it makes mental illness the leading cause of disability in the United States and Canada.People wit …"

"… se of disability in the United States and Canada.People with severe mental illnesses are more likely to have low incomes because their education was interrup …"

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"… Labor spokeswoman responded that “[OSHA] has achieved the lowest injury, illness, and fatality rates in recorded OSHA history. American workers are safer t …"

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"… trovirals have transformed HIV/AIDS from a fatal condition to a manageable illness.At-risk group: A specific population that stands a higher chance of being …"

"… lnerable children: The "VC" of "OVC." Children affected by HIV through the illness of a parent or principal caregiver.WHO: World Health Organization. The Uni …"

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"… th care system where ordinary people cannot hope to afford care for mental illness.Hackett wanted the House Subcommittee on Health to pass legislation that h …"

"… l that would force insurers to offer the same level of coverage for mental illness as for other diseases.Despite overwhelming support from the public, Congre …"

"… hey ever would for a broken leg or an appendix operation. Moreover, mental illnesses, such as manic depression or schizophrenia, can be just as debilitating …"