New Survey Finds Americans Borrowed $88 Billion to Bankroll Healthcare Costs

In response to spiraling healthcare costs that continue to climb beyond what many can afford, Americans everywhere have no other choice but to grasp at alternative methods.

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Did Purdue Pharma Kill 671 Massachusetts Residents? Attorney General Maura Healy Says Yes.

More than 11,000 people died from an opioid overdose in the state of Massachusetts over the last decade, and the state’s Attorney General wants to hold someone accountable. That someone is Purdue Pharma and an assortment of its most senior-ranking officials.

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Lyft Picks Up Momentum in Curbing Healthcare Transportation Barriers

In a world where our roads seem more clogged than ever, it’s shocking to think that a lack of transportation can still provide a significant barrier in receiving life-sustaining goods or services. For some people, the hitch is the simple lack of a car. For others, distance is a factor. And then there’s always the costs associated with both public and private transit.

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