Kudos to the unpaid intern!
I have to agree, in my many years w/ my own spotty health insurance, the one thing that is the hardest to get on the cheap is dental, and that makes me sad. Probably because when I was under my parents insurance umbrella, I had a lot of wonderful things done (braces, porcelain cap, whitening, surgery -- I had some problems!), I'd like to continue to take care of that investment. With my recently acquired (and short-lived) dental insurance, I got the first cleaning I'd had in over three years and some fillings just a few months ago. Now, in going to grad school, while I'm required to purchase student health care if I can't provide my own, dental services will have to take a backseat again. Bah!
And for the commenter who said it is written at a six grade reading level: ever notice about 80 - 90 % of your paper (and most across the country) is written at that level? It's pretty much how you write a newspaper article, because literacy is another part of our country that isn't really provided to everyone. So instead of making newspapers only available to the elite and literate, they write simply and concisely so the info is disseminated as it should be.
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