I'm a pretty healthy 24 year old shopping for health insurance. Blue Cross Blue Shield looks good; I found a plan for $86/month with a $250 deductible and 10% copay, but my sister said that was ridiculously high (she only pays $24/month through her job; $500 deductible, 15% copay on most stuff). I dunno, when I looked at cheaper plans elsewhere they didn't cover anything, they just chip in up to $50 in case of an accident - hardly useful. On one hand, I rarely get sick and have never been injured. On the other hand, I spend 24 hrs a week working in hospitals as a student nurse.
I mean, when I was with Starbucks I had great $30/paycheck insurance through Blue Cross, but surely it can't be that cheap for unemployed students. Does $86/month for a young adult sound reasonable to you?