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THURSDAY, Jan. 3, 2019 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged folks nearing retirement have serious concerns about their health insurance coverage, a new survey shows. THURSDAY, Jan. 3, 2019 Many middle-aged folks nearing retirement have serious concerns about their health insurance coverage, a new survey shows. Nearly half of people aged 50 to 64 say they have little or no confidence they’ll be able to afford health coverage once they retire, according to findings from the National Poll on Healthy Aging.

THURSDAY, Jan. 3, 2019 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged folks nearing retirement have serious concerns about their health insurance coverage, a new survey shows. Nearly half of people aged 50 to 64 say they have little or no confidence they’ll be able to afford health coverage once they retire, according to findings from the National Poll on Healthy Aging. A A. Many middle-aged folks nearing retirement have serious concerns about their health insurance coverage, a new survey shows.

Nearly half of people aged 50 to 64 say they have little or no confidence they’ll be able to afford health coverage once they retire, according to findings from the National Poll on Healthy Aging. Many Middle-Aged Americans Worried About Health Insurance: Poll Many middle-aged folks nearing retirement have serious concerns about their health insurance coverage, a new survey shows. Nearly half of people aged 50 to 64 say they have little or no confidence they’ll be able to afford health coverage once they retire, according to findings from the National Poll on Healthy Aging. THURSDAY, Jan. 3, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Many middle-aged folks nearing retirement have serious concerns about their health insurance coverage, a new survey shows.

Nearly half of people aged 50 to 64 say they have little or no confidence they’ll be able to afford health coverage once they retire, according to findings from the National Poll on Healthy Aging. Middle-aged adults worried about health insurance costs now, uncertain for future Nearly half of adults in their 50s and early 60s aren’t sure they’ll be able to afford health insurance after they. Health insurance costs weigh heavily on the minds of many middle-aged adults, and many worry what they will face in retirement or if federal health policies change, according to a new survey.

One in every four people between 50 and 64 are not confident they’ll be able to afford health insurance during the next year, and nearly half worry. Middle-Aged Adults Worried About Health Insurance Costs Now, Uncertain for Future Nearly half of adults in their 50s and early 60s aren’t sure they’ll be able to afford health insurance after they retire, and two-thirds worry about the potential effects of health policy changes.

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  • run for president…I’m not kidding…i truly believe it could be amazing for America. Please seriously think about it.
    again, not joking at all.

  • John Oliver you are an American Treasure.
    Thank you for coming.
    Though you’d like that.
    I love and miss and am always connected with my B.b.c. when I speak correctly.
    Or,” Have a nice cup of tea, as opposed to rushed, awful ones.”

  • 6.4K downvotes….2020 global pandemic……Thousands of Americans are dying and the majority of the population still doesn’t understand the healthcare system. Wtf is wrong with this country?

  • 9:55 “Look at the size.” Tell us what makes you think your bill has addressed a complicated issue more thoroughly, and try to keep a straight face.

  • Obamacare was a complete giveaway to the private Healthcare industry. It has no cost controls and your premium continue to rise. Now 50million Americans are finding out that Healthcare shouldn’t be tied to employment. MEDICARE FOR ALL

  • None of this shit is funny, we should just have people talking about how amazing life in America would be if Sanders were in The Oval Office.

  • Sure, it’s TOO generous; get those cancer patients out working in jobs that STILL won’t pay for their healthcare. And “our pile is smaller than their pile,” so it’s better???? WTF?!

  • Germany 252.000 Infections with the Corona Virus.. Dead: 9300; Recovered: 225.000
    USA mit über 6,2 Millionen Infected… Dead: 188.000; Recovered: 2,3 Millionen..
    Score for “still fighting to recover”: MAGA “leads” with 3,9 Million to arround 17.000… If someone still tells you U.H. is bad, call him stupid!!!

  • Oh for god’s sake will you Americans just join the rest of the civilised world and give your people healthcare I promise you as a Brit the heavens won’t fall the sun will rise and you’ll still have rich pricks.����

  • That’s how European health care and health insurance works. We Europeans don’t have to take another mortgage on our house to pay a hospital bill. We don’t have to break our piggy bank to pay $2000 for the ambulance. That’s how it’s done. Americans take notes and learn!

  • According to the official statistics, South Africa has turned into one of the greatest epicenters of Covid-19 in the world. Since the beginning of April to the 12th July, the cumulative number of infections in South Africa has doubled about every 14 days. On 12 July 2020, 264,184 cumulative cases have been recorded, slightly more than double the 131,800 on 28 June, 14 days before. South Africa was firmly on track to record half a million cumulative infections by 25 July. Community spread appeared unstoppable. At that rate of increase, 1 million would have been infected by 8 August, 2 million by 22 August, 4 million by 5 September, 8 million by 19 September, 16 million by 3 October and some 32 million by 17 October 2020. That would represent 53% of the population of over 59 million people. The daily number of new infections should then have dropped off steeply. On that trend, over the first two weeks of October, between one and two million new infections were likely to occur daily.

    However, on 13 July, the number of new cases dropped significantly by about 1,440, or about 11%. The day before, the 12 July 2020, sales of alcoholic beverages were prohibited in South Africa, creating a false impression that the ban was the cause of the drop in numbers. However, this is false, because the normal lag period between the introduction of a new, effective measure and its effect was completely absent, clearly identifying it as fake. This trend of a reduction of new cases continued daily and appeared to become progressively stronger. The result was that, today, 21 August, the official cumulative number of cases in South Africa stands at 599,940, instead of about 2.48 million, had the ‘trend’ of doubling every 13 or 14 days continued. There is no rational reason for a ban on liquor sales to cause such a sudden, steep drop in new cases, hence the conclusion is that, over the three-and-a-half months before 12 July, the numbers have been manipulated up, as were the numbers on recoveries. Death numbers, on the other hand, were manipulated down:  https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/national/2020-07-29-excess-deaths-soar-to-more-than-four-times-official-covid-19-toll-mrc-data-shows/.

    The question is, why have the number of cases been manipulated up?

    Early this year, South Africa applied for an IMF loan of US$4.3 billion at a very low interest rate. On 27 July, the IMF publicly announced that the loan was granted https://www.imf.org/en/News/Articles/2020/07/27/pr20271-south-africa-imf-executive-board-approves-us-billion-emergency-support-covid-19-pandemic. Most likely, South Africa was informed of the grant earlier than the public announcement, perhaps around 12 July? Clearly, the numbers in South Africa have been manipulated up to impress on the IMF an urgent need for funds to fight the epidemic in the country. Most of the funds are likely to land in the pockets of corrupt people in positions of power and their family.

    A further question is, what is the real motive for the ban on liquor sales?

    The answer is that the ban on liquor sales will most likely drive many liquor stores out of business. The liquor trade is seen as lucrative, easy business. White owners of such businesses are exempt on a racial basis of financial assistance to weather the covid storm, including the IMF funds. Many of these businesses are likely to be bought up at bargain prices by black politicians, their family members  https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-07-31-ace-magashules-sons-each-bag-a-free-state-covid-19-contract/amp/?_twitter_impression=true, and other black business people, perhaps using some of the IMF funds paid for other contracts where contract prices have been loaded https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/covid-19-sahrc-set-to-probe-gauteng-health-spending-amid-corruption-claims-20200730

    And  https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-07-30-province-to-disclose-ppe-procurement-details-to-avoid-corruption/

    And  https://mg.co.za/coronavirus-essentials/2020-08-06-the-ppe-scandal-that-the-treasury-hasnt-touched/

    Fraud and corruption assume many a guise. The South African government is rotten through from top to bottom and doing the population a grave disservice by spreading false information to serve the aims of people in power to enrich themselves. Never miss the opportunities a good crisis offers, hey?

  • If you want to live well get married with a doctor. Get free healthcare and they can get you do visits and not be in the hospital books. And then there are some on YouTube super cute so go check them and get them in your basement.

  • Herpes is a serious and recurring disease which can’t be cured through drugs or injections by the American doctors but the best way to deal with Herpes is by taking natural herbs medicine for it, I have read about DR ogugu the great herbalist doctor who cure me from herpes with his powerful herbal medicine. i contacted him to know how he can help me and he told me never to worry that he will help me with the natural herbs from God!after 2 days of contacting him, he told me that the the herbal medicine has been ready and he sent it to me via UPS SPEED POST and it got to me after 3 days!i used the medicine as he instructed me (MORNING and EVENING) and i was cured!its really like a dream but i am so happy! for the people suffering from the following diseases, Cancer, hypothyroidism, Herpes, COPD, HIV, Arthritis, Hpv, Infections,Liver Disease, Autoimmune Diseases, Parkinson’s disease,Lupus Canker sore and more should contact him for his herbal medicine because i am a living testimony and i was cured of herpes and his medicine is legit. i sent him what he requested and he sent me his medicine which i took for 3 good weeks and today am out here with negative result. when i went for test i was so happy after going through his medication. you can reach him through his email [email protected] gmail.com or call whatsapp number:+2347011196745

  • I had Brest cancer. I t took me from Feb July before my surgery. I had Blue Cross and Blue Shield Ins which denied my request of CT scan. I HAD TO TRAVEL 55 MILE AND $2400 FOR MY
    ct Scan which allow me to have the surgery. I had insurance and I live in New Jersey. USA

  • Aren’t you the guy in crash course history?

    Edit: yes you are lol

    And we need Universal healthcare I don’t understand how people think America’s system is better welfare states are not socialist or communist:…

  • I’m not sure which is worse.

    The Department for Work and Pensions cutting benefits for the disabled and vulnerable and forcing them into work that literally kills them.

    Or the American healthcare system that means poor and low income Americans can not afford the treatment they need. That literally kills them.

  • Gilead is one of those for profit pharma companies that are, according to many, ripping off patients with the price of their drugs. How do you feel about the drug they have developed to cure Covid 19?

  • Wow, it’s amazing how thoroughly everybody forgot about this as soon as it died. This administration piles on so much shit that we don’t even have time to savor our victories. Just on to the next set of crises.

  • I’ll just never get why Republicans refuse or are enable to fn use google. Fact checking is super easy with modern technology. Thing is.they know they’re wrong deep down,about most of their bullshit. They don’t want to know the truth. They’d have to admit to being wrong.

  • Healthcare is highly essential to be available at a reasonable cost in every country. I would recommend the health care treatments offered by https://drbanksspecialist.com/

  • This video is a great example why everyone should take statistics and economics 101. First of all the total population of the U.K., Canada, and Australia is 129 million and the United States has 331 million. So naturally we spend more than those countries. A common scam people use with statistics. Those countries have confiscatory type taxes. Usually 45% income tax, but Greece has a 75% rate. They usually have at least 20% sales tax, where in the states it is around 4% or no tax at all. Then they have 8 dollars a gallon for gas. We pay 2 dollars. Most people in the United States have health insurance. I don’t pay anything out of pocket.
    It’s much cheaper to buy your own insurance than to pay the taxes they do in those socialist countries. If you think it cost a lot now, wait till it’s free. You will really pay.

  • I bet prescription drugs are cheaper in Germany. In the United States, a 90 day supply of insulin will cost you 500
    00 to 1000.00 with insurance.

  • The solution is something that most people are not willing to look at. The solution is for each person to take personal responsibility for their own health. Too many people live unhealthy lifestyles. Stress is the number one killer. It is the demand for “sick care” that is the reason for such high costs. Yes, costs could come down if there was more “price discovery” in the industry but prices would plummet if people just took their health into their own hands. Diabetes type 2, heart disease, cancer, and yes prescription drug deaths could be greatly decreased if people learned to relax. Meditation is one solution. Also a change in diet would greatly decrease the need for medical services. I am 67 and I have taken responsibility for my health. The last time I was sick was in 1988 with the flu. A few colds here and there but nothing to call a doctor about. Can you imagine if the demand just decreased by 10%?

  • The logic is that you sucks makin deal with drog companies and you let the hospital set there price as they like because the want to make the owner filthy rich