A number of medical studies have touted the benefits of medical marijuana. But who actually uses medical ..
The repeal of the individual mandate may have begun to appear in the uninsurance statistics. According ..
Siegel et al. (2019) present a review of cancer incidence and mortality statistics in American over recent ..
According to a recent study in Health Affairs by Hernandez et al. (2019), the answer is ‘no’. ..
Continuing my series highlighting key trends from 2018, I summarize a post from Aviva Rutkin of The Conversation ..
That finding is according to an article [Martin et al. 2018] by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ..
Pharmafile has an interesting article on the “Economics of Mental Health”. The article ..
In general, one expects progress. One expects that medical advances will improve life expectancy. ..
Federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) ended in September 2017. This ..
You may think you know single payer systems, but do you really? Last week, the NHS celebrated 70 years ..
Clearly the answer will vary by individual, family and country. Overall, however, the answer is no. ..
A number of studies have suggested that we are spending too much on end of life care. Consider this ..
Drugs known as “orphan” drugs are those used to treat rare disease. However, how “rare” ..