Updates

Aug 9

More Americans taking nutritional supplements, but the investment may not pay off

Americans spend $37 billion a year on nutritional supplements ranging from vitamins to sleep aids

Aug 4

Seeing your doctor? Don’t forget your question list

A growing body of research finds educated consumers receive more effective care and they also often see lower overall

Aug 3

Feeling overwhelmed by your health care questions or concerns? An advocate can help

When it comes to navigating the complexities of health care, it’s almost always a good idea to have a trusted person

Aug 2

Oregon hospitals’ profits up, charity care costs down in 2015

A new report released by the Oregon Health Authority shows Oregon hospitals have the healthiest profit margins since

Aug 1

New website makes hospitals easy to compare

Consumers don’t always have a choice of hospitals, especially in emergencies. However, several new tools can help

Jul 27

Drug coupons keep drug prices high

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Jul 27

Dangerous New Breed of Pharma Companies

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Jul 20

American College of Physicians recommends antidote to escalating drug prices

Health care consumers in the United States often pay more for prescription drugs than consumers in other countries.

Jul 18

California, Oregon, other states want Big Pharma to ‘pull back the curtain’

Prescription drug prices are among the biggest health care issues in state capitols across the nation. L.A. Times

Jul 5

Q and A with a doctor:

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