Colo. Insurer Decides To Cover Fat Baby After All

A Colorado insurance company is changing its attitude about fat babies. Rocky Mountain Health Plans said Monday it will no longer consider obesity a "pre-existing condition" barring coverage for hefty infants. The change comes after the insurer turned down a Grand Junction 4-month-old who weighs about 17 pounds....Source

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One Response to “Colo. Insurer Decides To Cover Fat Baby After All”

  1. I wonder how many pounds–or ounces–overweight a baby has to be to be considered obese? And, I also wonder how parents can let their baby become obese in such a short amount of time, if the condition isn’t already genetic or something.

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