health care

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Synonyms for health care

social insurance for the ill and injured

the preservation of mental and physical health by preventing or treating illness through services offered by the health profession

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The Armed Forces Bill is an opportunity for action and for veterans' rights to be enshrined in law.
The 24 Prospective Parliamentary Candidates have written to Gordon Brown asking for a change to rules that limit veterans' rights to settle in Britain.
In the last six weeks,almost 250,000 people have signed a petition backing the cause for veterans' rights to settle in this country.
Frank Ford, 78, a retired school administrator, has a son in the Army reserve and is concerned about veterans' rights in general.
He also was a counseling psychologist for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), where he "saw firsthand the VA methods used to squash disabled veterans' rights and inquiries on their benefits.
Riverwoods, IL) has published When Duty Calls: Military Leave and Veterans' Rights, a book written to help employers and their counsel understand their obligations and their employees' rights under the current federal and state laws that protect employment in cases of military leave and to plan for employees' return to the workplace.
Supreme Court's admonition about the veterans' rights laws that came before USERRA.
Congressman Paul supports the troops, and is a leading defender of veterans' rights," said Paul Alaska state political director Craig Bergman, himself a veteran.
McCain, an Arizona Republican who served in the Vietnam War and was held as a prisoner of warAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA for five years, has long been an outspoken defender of veterans' rights.
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