The answer comes from the Motley Fool: Surprisingly, it’s not seniors, who are increasingly likely to have health issues because of their age, or even baby boomers, who are right behind. Rather, it’s Gen Xers — adults in their late
Some good news: Better has abolished $1M medical debt in North Carolina for a total of $6M nationwide. In this post, they report they are hiring more and more staff to chase patients like Jen Stern. On a night in
Alternet gives three examples in which the high price of drugs is literally killing people in the U.S. 1. Insulin. “The high price of insulin causes many people with diabetes to stretch out their doses and gamble with their lives
Quartz reports that “More infants are dying in US states that rejected expanded Medicaid.” The post notes that “things have been improving over the past few years in the US. According to data published recently in the American Journal of Public Health, infant
HuffPost notes that most Americans cannot afford even a minor emergency, according to a recent report from Bankrate, a website that provides financial advice. Of those surveyed, just 39 percent of respondents said they’d be able to cover an unexpected
An interesting chart from Health Populi shows how the stress of medical bills is felt equally regardless of household income: For more information on the issues surrounding medical debt, please contact RIP Medical Debt.