Medicare-for-All Would Be Costly for Everyone
Enthusiasm for expanding the government health-insurance program for the elderly to cover all U.S. citizens is growing among Democratic political hopefuls.
Trump’s administration has an unending war on Medicaid
Throughout his presidential bid, Donald Trump promised not to cut Medicaid — a source of public health insurance for millions of people — including his own supporters.
Almost one in 20 U.S. adults now use e-cigarettes
Roughly 10.8 million American adults are currently using e-cigarettes, and more than half of them are under 35 years old, a U.S. study suggests.
How to Tame Health Care Spending? Here’s a One-Percent Solution
New York Times
The health care system in the United States costs nearly double that of its peer countries, without much better outcomes.
U.S. Deaths From Suicide, Drugs Surpass Diabetes
More Americans are now dying from suicide and drug overdoses combined than from diabetes, a new report reveals.