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It's common knowledge that the United States is the most expensive place on the globe to have a baby – hospitals charge an average of $32,093. In fact, the highest prices in this country for a vaginal birth and newborn care were about 25 percent were more than double those of Switzerland, the second-most-expensive country, and about four times more expensive than a normal delivery in Spain, according to a 2015 report from the International Federation of Health Plans. (A Caesarian section can cost more than $50,000, according to a 2013 study done for the Childbirth Connection advocacy organization.) So expensive it is here, the Guardian newspaper pointed out: Even the luxurious accommodations provided to the Duchess of Cambridge for the birth of the royal family’s daughter Princess Charlotte – believed to have cost up to $18,000 – were cheaper than many births in America.Let's face it. The days and weeks after welcoming a baby into this world are not the best to … [Read more...] about With hospitals charging $32,093 to deliver a baby in the U.S., you should know what’s in the bill
Susan Selasky Detroit Free Press Published 7:01 AM EST Dec 14, 2018 Are you looking for gift ideas for the food lover on your list? Skip the gift cards and send a food gift from Michigan. It's a way to celebrate the taste treats created all over the Mitten — everything from artisan chocolates to anything made with cherries. And don’t forget about those beloved coneys. You can ship kits that include all the goods for making them anywhere in the U.S. If you have ex-Yoopers on your list who miss home, send them a couple bags of Trenary toast, an Upper Peninsula staple. Before you order, keep in mind that most places have specific shipping date cutoffs to ensure their products arrives on time. Most charge extra for shipping. Here’s a sampling of what Michigan companies have to offer. Baked Goods ACKROYD’S SCOTTISH BAKERY, Redford: This 70-year-old Redford establishment specializes in traditional Scottish … [Read more...] about Here’s how to send a Michigan food gift for the holidays
A newly-opened coffee shop on Temple University’s campus has curiously decided to base part of its brand around a sign that reads, “Up All Night on Adderall,” referencing the drug used to treat ADHD that is frequently abused by students on college campuses. Common Grounds, which opened for business at 16th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue on Sept. 19, is helmed by 2005 Temple grad Shawn Bullard and 2002 Penn State grad Stephen Yaeger, according to a story from the Temple News. That same article mentioned the Adderall sign in the first sentence and shows the sign in the photo at the top of the story, but Bullard or Yaeger never address why they chose to display it in the shop. Gillian McGoldrick, Editor in Chief of the Temple News, told PhillyVoice the student newspaper has an opinion story budgeted about the sign. The sign is featured prominently in the Common Grounds' Instagram posts. The business doesn’t have a traditional website, meaning the Instagram … [Read more...] about Why does this coffee shop on Temple’s campus have a neon sign about using Adderall?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by BySarah Lyall Oct. 19, 2018 Welcome to The New York Times international election newsletter, where Sarah Lyall attempts to explain the U.S. midterms to readers outside the U.S. (and perhaps to herself). Eighteen days to go. One of the things that most perplexes and exasperates foreigners about politics in the United States, at least according to the emails you readers have been sending me, is the thorny topic of money. Why is there so much of it? What does it buy? What effect does it have? It is true that the midterm elections are awash in money, an obscene amount of it, a grand total of something like $1.5 billion with a B — and that’s before the homestretch. In contrast to the system in many other countries, where campaigns are financed mainly with public funds, candidates here can … [Read more...] about Abroad in America: ‘Why Does it Cost So Much (Insert Extreme Word of Choice) Money to Run for Office?’