The federal government regulates which, and what percentage of, medical treatments and procedures insurance companies must cover. Nevertheless, as a healthcare consumer, you have a lot more control over pricing that you may think.Read More »
November is Diabetes Awareness Month. About 27 million Americans have diabetes, and another 86 million have prediabetes, meaning their blood sugar is above normal, but not high enough to be considered a diabetic. What are the signs of diabetes and what steps should you take now to avoid becoming diabetic?Read More »
Pfizer is planning to raise prices on 41 drugs in January, a few months after the company agreed to defer hikes under heavy pressure from President Donald Trump.Read More »
Due to the wildfires raging in Northern California, San Francisco, Stockton and Sacramento were the world's three "most polluted cities" on Friday morning, according to Berkeley Earth, a nonprofit that aggregates data from air-quality monitoring sites.Read More »
Evacuees who fled the Camp Fire in California are facing norovirus outbreaks in shelters. The Butte County Public Health Department said that 145 people have been sick with vomiting and/or diarrhea since the shelters opened to evacuees and 41 people were experiencing symptoms at four different sheltersRead More »
An 11th child has died and 23 additional children have become sick in connection with an adenovirus outbreak at a New Jersey health care facility, the state's Department of Health announced Friday.Read More »
Thousands of Navy and Marine Corps veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan who developed post-traumatic stress disorder but were denied Veterans Affairs health benefits have been given a green light to sue the military.Read More »
Amy Schumer has been hospitalized for extreme morning sickness.Read More »
Chinese authorities have announced strict new measures in an attempt to halt the country's fast-growing African swine fever crisis, which has spread to 18 provinces and led to the culling of more than 200,000 pigs.Read More »
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