popular health care

popular health care,

n wide array of home remedies popularized through general interest magazines and television talk shows. Examples include treating a cold with chicken soup or treating a bladder infection with cranberry juice.
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An additional round of hurricane aid should be bipartisan, and efforts to reauthorize a popular health care program for children seem to be on track.
POPULAR health care worker Joyce Clay has retired after 40 years working at the George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton.
The idea is different from the urgent care clinics that are an increasingly popular health care choice but which must be able to treat patients with more acute problems.
The increase in survey participants, the study says, illustrates "how rapidly the private health care industry is expanding worldwide and how popular health care coverage has become as an employee benefit.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Since opening its first in-store clinics (then under the MinuteClinic banner) in Minnesota in 2003, Target has been a leader in bringing this popular health care concept to the public.
Nearly a third of the nation's population does not have a family physician, while rising health care costs have led many businesses to cut health insurance coverage for their employees, making the walk-in clinic a popular health care alternative.
Yes, 51 years ago, Labour created the most efficient, fairest and most popular health care system in the world, and it remains so to this day.
According to WebMD, a popular health care Internet site, presbyopia is the "loss of the eye's ability to change focus to see near objects.
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