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The Purdue Student Government discussed the desire for transgender-inclusive student health insurance by proposing a recommendation that the University adjust its existing model to cover sex reassignment surgery.
A newly formed ad hoc committee that comprises 7C treasurers, academic deans and study abroad officials is proposing a new initiative this December to streamline and unify 7C international health insurance coordination.
Good news for Upper Valley consumers shopping during the open enrollment period that began Nov. 15 for health insurance coverage required by the Affordable Care Act: It appears that help is readily available.
A shortened discussion of health care proposals left some delegates feeling frustrated after the Graduate and Professional Student Association meeting Wednesday night.
Recruited by the Rev. Jackie Jackson, right, Dominique Brown, 25, a student at Cincinnati State University, fills out a card to make an appointment to get help enrolling in health insurance.
Love it or hate it, the Affordable Care Act is here and in full swing. Its second open enrollment period is about to start, and now is the time to decide if you need to make changes to your health plan -- whether you have insurance through your employer, through the insurance exchanges that opened in 2013 or none at all.
Student Health will hold its annual student flu shot clinic Wednesday in Newcomb Hall. "Anyone who has the Student Health Aetna insurance plan will receive the vaccine with no cost to them," said Sandra Murray, associate director of administration and director of nursing at Student Health.
TOWNSEND -- In response to parents' concerns about student safety, the School Committee opened a discussion Monday night about hiring a full-time resource officer at the high school.
The Health Insurance Marketplace reopens for Americans to find and renew their health insurance for 2015 Saturday, and the Obama administration is promising this time it'll be a lot easier.
The United States Health and Human Services Secretary visited the University of South Florida Monday