Patients may not be experts in medicine, but they know what they want (and don't want) from their healthcare practitioners, and many find those qualities in non-physician practitioners..
A new study shows consumers increase their spending when inflation is projected, but not everyone responds as such.
Consumers are having a difficult time finding prices for their healthcare, but some websites may prove useful to those who pay out of pocket.
Patients can go online, order their own blood tests, visit a center to have their blood drawn, and review results online, but there are dangers in interpreting or misinterpreting results.
A new generation of women may be better negotiators than men when they have work-related negotiation successes under their belts.
New law forces the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid to protect the elderly by removing Social Security numbers from cards.
A new study finds that only a few weight-loss programs are more effective than education or counseling, and not by that much.
A new study shows that hair plucking may lead to a treatment for male pattern baldness, but some men have found baldness can equal boldness in the workplace.
Many Americans entitled to health care subsidies continue to go without coverage.
A recent report shows the healthcare industry doing well, thanks in part to the influx of healthy Americans and government subsidies.
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