There the IUD was, floating free and easy as a butterfly in my abdominal cavity — and most DEFINITELY not safely ensconced in my uterus, protecting me from pregnancy as advertised.
When my husband asked me to marry him, on his knees in the Rubin Museum, I said “Yes, on one condition. Get a colonoscopy. Like, before our wedding.”
Today’s News Roundup will focus on a single story: what’s going on with the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital?
How to qualify for a subsidy, how to compare plans, and what to do if you need additional options.
I did my Open Enrollment! Get yours done before Dec. 15!
That’s a nose fungus, in case you aren’t familiar.
I went back to Healthcare.gov and updated my income information.
In Which I Run Several Possible Financial Scenarios, Including One Where I Qualify for a Health Insurance Subsidy
This post includes FIVE CHARTS.