About half of all patient admissions come through emergency rooms, creating yet another spending problem.
The German tech company is recruiting workers with the condition because of their attention to detail.
A report finds local governments are lacking when it comes to ensuring folks can secure a living wage and necessary benefits.
The lingerie chain says it lacks the scientific background to make and sell a prosthetic-ready mastectomy bra that consumers have petitioned for.
A new study indicates that patients between the ages of 20 and 34 are more than twice as likely to go bankrupt.
In a move to minimize costs, many employers will offer plans that cover just the basics -- not X-rays or surgeries.
Rising job pressures are prompting more professionals to consider organizing, and that's not going unnoticed.
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