California's New Law Protects Millions of People in Fire Affected Areas

The new law protects homeowners in California, which suffers from wildfires, and its residents from refusals by insurers, writes Fox News. On Thursday, December 5, California barred insurance companies from ditching clients in areas affected by more than a dozen recent ...

Medical services without insurance: a new health care scheme is gaining popularity in the US

In the United States, a growing number of doctors prefer to work with patients directly, bypassing insurance. They serve fewer patients per day, but devote more time to each of them with each visit, writes Fox News. Patients say they value accessibility and ...

3,2 Trillion Cancer Cell: What Kills US Economy

Payments, including Social Security, Food Stamps, and Medicare and Medicaid, from the U.S. government to Americans are set to hit a record $ 3,22 trillion in fiscal 2020. It started on October 1st. These payments are money that was paid to a person not for services or goods. By…

US will not give visas to immigrants who are not able to pay for medical care

This measure will take effect on November 3. US President Donald Trump signed a decree banning the admission to the country of immigrants who are unable to pay the cost of their medical care, writes Voice of America. When immigrants enter the country, they must have the necessary financial means ...

How to insure home and property from floods in the US

The hurricane Dorian approaching the US has made many Americans think about what will happen if they have to survive catastrophic floods, and how to pay for the damage caused by the disaster. Can I get flood insurance? Unfortunately, homeowner insurance will not be able to cover any losses ...

Trump is preparing a decree that will help Americans save on medical services

US President Donald Trump will sign a decree ordering hospitals to inform patients in advance of the current prices for common tests and procedures. The decree, whose primary goal is to fulfill the president's promise to reduce healthcare costs for Americans, will require the Department of Health and Human Services to develop a regulation ...

'Begged to leave the ship': the family blames the cruise company for the painful death of the passenger

The family of a man who died of a heart attack on a cruise ship claims in a lawsuit that he was barred from leaving the ship during the stopover, which caused him to die an agonizing death as the ship sailed to his next destination. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday at ...

California can make Medicaid available to illegal immigrants

California is one step closer this week to becoming the first state to provide Medicaid to all undocumented immigrants. Following a proposal from the State Senate to expand coverage of undocumented youth and seniors, Governor Gavin Newsom proposed an amended version of the bill, ...

Hospitals around the world attacked drug-resistant killer fungus

Candida auris, a deadly fungus, is spreading rapidly in hospitals around the world. It is especially dangerous for people with reduced immunity, is difficult to diagnose and does not respond to treatment. Doctors all over the world are sounding the alarm: a deadly fungus is spreading in hospitals, which cannot be destroyed by any ...

In Georgia, a woman carefully read the fine print in insurance and won $ 10 000

The woman read the legal papers carefully and won money. The American insurance company Squaremouth arranged a secret competition for attentive clients. The conditions for receiving the prize (10 thousand dollars) were written in small print in the documents for obtaining insurance for traveling to other countries, writes Segodnya. ...

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