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Hospitals charge privately insured patients 250% more than those on Medicare. The gap is growing.

Dive Brief: Privately insured patients pay 247% more at hospitals on average than Medicare patients for the same care, according to a new study by nonprofit think tank RAND. The study, based on 2018 data, shows the gap is increasing from 2017 and 2016, which saw disparities of 230% and 224%, respectively. If private payers had… Read More »

Perimenopausal Depression in Women with More Variable Levels of Estradiol and Lower Progesterone Levels

Women are at increased risk for depressive symptoms during the menopause transition.  It has long been suspected that falling estrogen levels play a role in triggering the onset of depression; however, if all women experience declining levels of estrogen and progesterone during this transition, why is it that only some women suffer from depression in… Read More »

Unplanned Pregnancies 20 Times More Likely on Birth Control Pill than IUD

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How to get more fat in my diet

When you’re in a rush every day, it’s easy to just grab whatever you have in your pantry, regardless of its nutritional content. We get it. Besides, when you have so much going on, it’s almost impossible to micro-analyse your nutrient intake – especially when it comes to controversial ones like fats. Fats are probably… Read More »

U.S. will have third act of coronavirus and it will likely be ‘more pervasive,’ Dr. Scott Gottlieb says

The U.S. has not yet had a “true second wave” of the coronavirus and the country could see a resurgence of the virus in the fall and winter, former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Friday.  “I think most peoples’ perception is we had one epidemic in New York, in… Read More »