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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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Many Americans in the prime of life would now have health care coverage, and business owners and executives could spend less money to satisfy union demands.
The VA has yet to complete its long-term care strategic plan, which Secretary of Veterans Affairs R.
Richard Cogan, a senior fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in Washington, told The New York Times in 1994: "The real question is whether there should be a veterans health care system at all.
It is estimated that liability coverage and defensive medicine account for more than $100 billion in annual health care costs.
The researchers conclude that collaborative care with the option of delivering at a birth center and traditional prenatal care "are different health care service routes to a common end point: safe outcomes for mothers and infants.
Louisiana: Chalmette Medical Center Skilled Nursing Facility (Chalmette); Mary Joseph Residence for the Elderly (New Orleans); Touro Infirmary (New Orleans); Subacute Care United of Meadowcrest Hospital (Gretna)
Surveillance for infections in home care will require methods to identify appropriate numerator and denominator data for calculating infection rates for inter- and intra-agency comparison and benchmarks.
The government is just getting ready to report on the results of a two-year trial of so-called extended-care community packages, which are designed to deliver nursing home care to people in their homes.
The key tasks for health care professionals who wish to improve their facilities' environmental profiles include reviewing by-products of waste disposal methods and developing criteria for environmental screening of products.
Providing universal child care depends on the establishment of a unified coalition of parents from every class, feminists, the labor movement and all those committed to social justice.
Yes, and if that family has taxable earnings of $35,000 per year they must first spend $2,625 in health care before they may begin to realize any tax relief on the next dollar spent for health care.
ICS will serve people with significant physical disability or chronic illness who are eligible for nursing home level of care and Medicaid benefits.
He outlined a series of oddly unambitious proposals (given his assertion that child care is "the single most important question about social policy today"): diverting Americorps volunteers into working with kids (presumably for little or no pay); creating a national registry that will make it easier for parents to do background checks on providers; spending $300 million over five years to boost pay and training of day care workers; and "encouraging" businesses to offer more child care services.
The significance of adequate health care coverage for all Americans is indisputable.