A company hired by the Arkansas Legislature to study the state’s unique “private option” Medicaid program has produced its million-dollar report, totaling more than 300 pages. No doubt to the disappointment of some lawmakers, the consultant recommended keeping the plan with some modifications. One of those would be to change the name of the program from Health Care Independence Program to Transitional Health Independence Program, or T-HIP.
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A company hired by the Arkansas Legislature to study the state’s unique “private option” Medicaid program has produced its million-dollar report, totaling more than 300 pages. No doubt to the disappointment of some lawmakers, the consultant recommended keeping the plan with some modifications.
I believe everyone should strength train. Maintaining strong, active muscle mass throughout our lives is a critical step toward good health and longevity. And while anyone can learn the skills necessary to strength train effectively, it is always important to remember that safety is the top priority. Today we will discuss five strategies to help you remain as injury free as possible during the lifelong pursuit of maintaining a strong, fit body.
It’s a little-known fact of film criticism: Saturday morning screenings are almost universally awful.
Ever feel deflated? Not like Tom Brady’s football, but simply worn out? Recently while I was on a hill operating a backhoe and turning with a full load the front right tire deflated.
Q. I have been smoking for almost 30 years, and I’d like to quit. Every time I try, I get upset, cry and am so irritable that no one wants to be around me. Now, my daughter says that she doesn’t want to leave my grandson with me anymore because I smoke in the house and his clothes smell like smoke when she picks him up. I want to quit, but now I feel like I’m being held hostage. What can I do short term to solve this problem?
You know those tests where therapists ask clients to describe an ink blot because people see what they’re inclined to see? This week, legislators were given a 450-page one.
If only Ben Carson had been in that classroom at Umpqua Community College, the outcome might have been different. The gunman reportedly asked several people their religion, only to be shot regardless of the answer. Carson said he would have been braver than they were.
There are two ways in politics to change behavior: power and influence. Power is the stick — using your greater strength to make someone do what you want them to do. Influence is the carrot — encouraging them to want to do it themselves. Sometimes you use both.
Our political leaders tell us by their inaction that they can or will do nothing about the relentless series of massacres, especially on school campuses, in this country.