Copyright 2009 Advisory Plank Kaiser and Company Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. 3.5 million Calif. Citizens eligible for tax credits in upcoming exchange; N.Y. Prescription drug aid for seniors cut back; Idaho trims dental companies in Medicaid The Los Angeles Times: ‘An estimated 3.5 million Californians would be eligible for federal tax credits to slash the price of their health insurance coverage if they begin buying plans through a new statewide insurance market in 2014, tuesday found a study released. In California, working families stand to gain most from the tax credits, analysts from the consumer group Family members USA concluded.John Eng, from Johns Hopkins University College of Medication in Baltimore, stated in a journal news launch. Researchers used MRIs to examine the hearts of nearly 3,000 people without cardiovascular disease in the United States. The participants underwent another MRI about a decade later, when they were aged 54 to 94 years. Both men and women had decreases in the quantity of their left ventricle, the chamber of the heart that pumps blood through the entire physical body. However, the mass of the remaining ventricle increased in males and decreased somewhat in women.