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ABC News Blog reports: An executive from Caterpillar, Inc., notified the Democratic and Republican leaders of the home that the company is asking legislators to vote against the health care reform bill since it will get up the company's healthcare costs 'by more than 20 % in the first year only and put at risk the insurance coverage our current employees and retirees receive.'. Gregory Folley, vice chief and president recruiting officer of Caterpillar, wrote to House Loudspeaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and House Minority Innovator John Boehner, R-Ohio, yesterday that requirements that the company provide medical health insurance and other areas of the expenses would put the business 'at a disadvantage versus global competitors that are not similarly burdened' .'I'm not likely to judge his center, but it kind of place me off.' Ultimately, corporate officials were said and contacted they might get to the bottom of what happened, adding that it is 'not company plan' to refuse services to anyone, let alone police officers.

African-American seniors who've trouble falling are at higher threat of having memory problems asleep A landmark study led by NEW YORK State University researchers implies that African-American seniors who have trouble falling asleep are in higher risk of having memory problems - raising the chance that identifying and treating rest difficulties in older people may help preserve their cognitive functioning.