High insurance costs sway consumers to consider alternative health coverage options – STLtoday.com

High insurance costs sway consumers to consider alternative health coverage options – STLtoday.com

STLtoday.com High insurance costs sway consumers to consider alternative health coverage options STLtoday.com Melissa Peirick gives Randy Graham, from O'Fallon, Mo., a shampoo along with a haircut on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016, at Adorn Hair Salon in Chesterfield. Peirick found an alternative form of health care insurance that she can afford. Photo by J.B. Forbes …

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High insurance costs sway consumers to consider alternative health coverage options – STLtoday.com

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