Tuesday Newsday – What Health Care Reform Means for You, Ladies

May 11th, 2010

Things have sort of quieted down on the health care bill a bit. I mean, there are more important things to talk about. Like how Heidi Montag can’t hug because of all that plastic surgery. Or how Jesse James is really, really, really sorry.

If you’re like me, you like things quickly broken down for you. What does this mean for me. (That’s right. It’s all about me.) This a great article from Forbes on what the health care bill will mean for women. I say, better late than never. Take that statement to mean whichever way you wish.

The new health care bill represents one of the biggest challenges to U.S. social policy in decades. And for several reasons it may have an especially large impact on women in the U.S. That’s because women make the majority of family health care decisions, and on average they live longer than men and require more medical care over a longer period of time. In addition, women have special health care needs–primarily around pregnancy, childbirth and childcare. Read more…

Now that things have settled down a bit, do you feel the new health care system will affect you?

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