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»   Middle Class Americans' Retirement Health Care Costs on Path to Exceed Social Security Benefits

DANVERS, Mass., April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthView Services today launched its new Retirement Health Care Cost Index©, which shows that middle class Americans' retirement health care costs are on a path to exceed their Social Security benefits.  The Index measures the percentage of Social Security benefits required to pay for health care-related costs in retirement for a healthy couple ...


»   Scandal prone Czech health care system gets mixed evaluation

The Czech health care sector is a frequent target of criticism from those inside looking out, those passing through, and those on the outside looking in. Scandals are fairly frequent, money for the service and praise from health care consumers often seem in short supply. We atempt to gauge the health of the sector and work out whether it is giving good value for money.


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