April’s Recent Stories
Health Jul 15Psychotherapists gravitate toward patients who can pay
A lot of psychotherapists who were trained to work in the public sector saw a better financial opportunity and jumped ship.
Health Jun 24California caps what patients pay for pricey drugs. Will other states follow?
Expensive specialty medicines used to treat cancer and chronic illnesses have forced some very ill Americans to choose between getting proper treatment and paying their rent. To ease the financial burden, the California agency that governs the state’s Affordable Care…
Health Jun 25Saline shortages create troubles for U.S. hospitals
Hospitals across the country are struggling to deal with a shortage of one of their essential medical supplies. Manufacturers are rationing saline -- a product used all over the hospital to clean wounds, mix medications and treat dehydration. Now drug…