The average cost of health coverage offered by employers pushed above $18,000 for a family plan this year, though the growth was slowed by the accelerating shift into high-deductible plans, according to a major survey. Annual premium cost rose 3% to $18,142 for an employer family plan in 2016, from $17,545 last year, according to
Wes Walker, Clash Daily Q: What do Typhoid Mary and Hillary Clinton have in common? A: People connected to them tend to die. Most of the time stories about government cover-ups and Black helicopters are the domain of the tinfoil hat crowd. They are just stories that the rest of us laugh about. The way
Treatment facilities are packed. Inpatient rehab is costly. Insurance companies have refused coverage. Addicts looking to get clean from heroin often face an uphill battle. A look at the process, and some of the obstacles to getting sober: — WITHDRAWAL: Once in withdrawal, users feel like their bones are breaking. Fluids leak from every orifice.