Pay to play: Cost of kids’ extracurricular sports

Everyone wins in the $15 billion youth sports economy.

My ‘pre-existing’ experience: Ailing prognosis on Trump Administration’s new medical listing

In 1986 when my twin son was a few months old, he was refused coverage by our medical insurance company because he had a pre-existing condition. As a result, the Atlanta neurologist who — bi-weekly — reviewed and offered diagnosis for our son based on his¬†EEG lab work, always¬†provided us with a per visit invoiceContinue reading “My ‘pre-existing’ experience: Ailing prognosis on Trump Administration’s new medical listing”