A new IBM study reveals that one in four Americans have not scheduled a “wellness” visit within the last year – due, in part, to paperwork. Of those who have not had a wellness visit within the last five years, 33 percent say they waste time at the doctor’s office filling out repetitive paperwork. Comparatively, 17 percent of those who have had a wellness visit in the last year also cite paperwork as a problem.
Floridians will need a slew of documents proving they are who they say they are to get a drivers license or state-issued identification card beginning Jan. 1.The acceptable proofs of identification include birth…
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Florida identification law raises concerns
When Tropical Storm Chata’an struck the Federated States of Micronesia in 2002, the U.S. government sent 1,300 blankets, 4,000 disposable diapers, 30 cases of sardines — and my Social Security number.
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How were Social Security numbers given away?
American Social Security numbers are being given away to foreigners thanks to a processing glitch the U.S. Social Security Administration didn’t know existed and the federal government hasn’t fixed.
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Government blip gives away New Englanders’ Social Security numbers to Pacific Islanders
Russian hackers hijacked American identities and U.S.
Hackers Stole IDs for Attacks
Paper group will be holding its annual meeting Nov. 10-13 in Austin, Tex.
PSI Announces Dates for Fall Conference
Despite improving fundamentals, residual impact of significant downturn forces smelter to file for reorganization.
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Secondary Aluminum Smelter Files for Bankruptcy Protection
Plastics company sees strong demand for its Royalite product line.
Scheduled to start the fourth quarter of this year.
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LKQ Tabs Quinn for CFO Position
Added languages meant to target customers in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa.