By October, more than one in five U.S. adults will be able to obtain lethal prescriptions if terminally ill. But for those who try, obstacles remain.
With rising prices of prescription drugs taking center stage in the national healthcare dialogue, turning to generic drugs has been heralded as a way to keep costs down. However, generics may not be the cost-saving alternative once thought under the current design of the Medicare Part D program.
A study out of the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom found there is a link between dementia and certain…
AARP report finds costs average more than four times average annual Social Security benefit
Politicians keep proposing overly rigid rules that harm people in pain.